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Inspired by churches, field names, Kanatha and Boro stiitching, i have produced a new body of work for Warwickshire Open Studios 2016.

Maps to find love by

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Warwickshire Open Studios 2015 Coloured pencil & watercolour ink on paper 35mms x 45mms This was the final series in the four series, that make up ‘The Lines of Love’.  This followed on from Fields of the Family. It was … Continued

Fields of the Family

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Warwickshire Open Studios 2015 Wool felt with embroidery thread 50mms x 55mms This series of work followed on from the Fields of Emotion series, and was directly influenced by the Comfort Blanket for Backstitch, and the tokens at the Foundling … Continued

Fields of Emotion

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Warwickshire Open Studios 2015 Graphite pencil on paper 130mm x 130mm This series followed on from the Field Sketch Maps. I was interested in a new piece of research into the number of different emotions that we experience. I decided … Continued

Field Sketch Maps

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Warwickshire Open Studios 2015 Graphite pencil on paper 105mm x 145mm This series of work developed out of research into fields, primarily in Herefordshire, and South Yeo Farm in Devon. I was examining what happened during enclosure, the shape of … Continued

Thanks

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To my husband, Paul, for taking many of the photographs of my work. To son, Matt, for constructing the website. To Kadence Themes for a great theme. Finally, my sincere thanks to all the great people I’ve met through my artistic … Continued

42 Missives

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Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery (now Smiths Row) 2006 Plastic bags 8 x 4 cms Maps 6 x 3 cms Ink drawings 6 x 3 cms     In 2005 I went on holiday to Australia, staying in Hong Kong … Continued

50/50

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Warwickshire Open Studios 2013 Embossed Letterpress on 300g Somerset paper, graphite pencil. 15 x 38 cms   This is a selection from a series that was a collaboration with author David Southwell. I met him virtually, via Twitter, through an … Continued

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