Monthly Archives: May 2016

Twite, feather and heather

I am busy printing lots of new screen prints. Here is a little taster… A twite is a little brown bird that hangs out in and around Hebden Bridge. It needs heather and bracken to survive.

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New stationery at For Arts Sake

I have a selection of lovely hand printed notebooks and greetings cards winging there way towards For Arts Sake Gallery. This Ealing gallery opened in 1984 and houses one of the largest collections of printmaker’s works for sale.To say I … Continue reading

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Charlotte Bronte’s birthday celebrations

On the 21st of April it was the 200th anniversary of Charlotte Bronte’s birthday. I have been teaching drop in workshops at the parsonage, so I was asked to plan a birthday craft session. I have always loved the quote … Continue reading

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