A sketchbook is a great way to collect and explore ideas – and of course the best thing is to keep one on you and get into the habit of using it every day.
Wax crayon and watercolour pencils - inspired by swimming pool
I’m not that good, but I do always try to find the time when I go on holiday. Continue reading
Today was an unexpected delight in many ways. Firstly, the sun shone as if it was summer, which was wonderful after the last fortnight of gloom.
Wandsworth Artists' Open House
Secondly, we spent the day exploring the Putney Artists’ Trail as part of the second weekend of Wandsworth Artists’ Open House, which was a series of multifarious delights unfolding one after another. First stop was The Cottage on Cambalt Road Continue reading
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