Newsletter - April 2011
Welcome to the April 2011 edition of
the Newsletter - a shortish one this time - more of a kind of catch-up
and to say that I am still here.
It certainly has been a long, cold winter, beset
with sadness, since I lost my father just before Christmas.
Spring has finally arrived and it is time to peep
out and start communicating again.
I look forward now to a year in my new studio and
accompanying Open Days, the first of which is this weekend.
Artists' Fair and Open Weekend - 30th April & 1st May 10am to
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This is the first Open Weekend at the WASPS Studios
in Kirkcudbright of 2011. Another chance to visit my new studio
at - 117 High Street, Kirkcudbright DG6 4JG - as well as
other exciting local artists.
Spring Fling Open Studio Event 28th to 30th May
I have been selected again for Spring Fling
- Dumfries and Galloway's open studio event
at the end of May. This will be my fourth year running so I am excited
about taking part.
The event takes place from Saturday 28th May
until Monday 30th May from 10.30am to 5.30pm daily,
with later opening until 7pm on the Saturday.
This year I will be based in my new studio in Kirkcudbright.
Studio 16 on the "South" route.
A copy of the current Spring Fling brochure
available for download (PDF 30mb)
More news of this event to follow next month, including
special offers for "Friends" of Spring Fling.
Collaboration with Kate Anderson
Slowly, slowly, I have been carrying on working.
An interesting and challenging diversion has been a collaboration
with local mosaic artist, Kate Anderson, on a private commission.
The whole process was quite exciting and enlightening
as we worked together to interpret our client's brief.
Kate's work is deeply imaginative, striking and thought-provoking,
and it was a good experience to spend time with her in the making
of the piece.
Visit her website at www.andersonart.co.uk
She is also taking part in Spring Fling again this
year - Studio 22
I am sorry there is no video or print this
time. I mean to resume that tradition soon, but it might take me
a month or two to get back into the swing of regular newsletters.
Thank you for your patience.
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