The Eynsham tea towelRead more
A 100% cotton souvenir tea towel of Eynsham, a beautiful village in west Oxfordshire, designed in Eynsham and made in Britain.
The Isles of ScillyRead more
In June we took the 20 minute flight from Land’s End to the Isles of Scilly. Ever since visiting as a 13-year old, Jane has seen the islands as a little slice of paradise, just 28 miles from mainland Britain.
Constellations of the Northern skyRead more
Read about Jane’s painting ‘Heavens Above’ a map painted in watercolour of the constellations of the Northern sky.
The death of Alfred Russel Wallace – 7 November 1913Read more
How and why do species change? Why do some occur in some places, but not in others? Why do they…
Wharf Stream Way waymarker postNo CommentsRead more
In June, I submitted a design to be carved as a waymarker post as part of the The Wharf Stream…
What is a drypoint: badgers and bluebellsNo CommentsRead more
What is drypoint print? How do you make one? I explain in this blog.
Birding in The GambiaRead more
170 different species in just 10 days! Last week, just as the birds fly south to escape the British winter,…
SquonkNo CommentsRead more
Side 1 track 3 of Genesis’ 1977 album Trick of the Tail tells the tale of the squonk, a mythical…
Edward Lear – bird artistRead more
Today we visited the Happy Birthday Edward Lear exhibition at the Ashmolean in Oxford. Edward Lear is best known for…
The extinction of the Great Auk – 3 July 1844Read more
The Great Auk (Pinguinus impennis) was once a common and magnificent sight in the sparkling waters of the North Atlantic.…
The Art of Jane Tomlinson > natural world