Archive | March, 2017



30th March 2017

  The garden is bursting into flower and the workshop is bursting at the seams! Working on the final three pieces to complete this years collection.

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28th March 2017

I’m not a pink sort of girl but I’m enjoying these lovely pink hues which will hopefully fire to be reds. They will look great on the green grass.  


What a difference!

22nd March 2017

Today I opened the kiln. I was terrified about this firing as I had to do it sooner than I would have liked, in order to fire all seven in time for delivery to The Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden. It is absolutely perfect and I love it. It has an armour like quality which is […]


Ready to fire.

14th March 2017

Today I have re-drawn in the linear detail which I do by scratching through the surface with a knife to reveal the colour underneath. This is the point where the quality of the line is achieved so it is a long slow job, not to be rushed! Finished and ready to fire. The detail before […]


Almost done!

9th March 2017

It has been a glorious sunny day and I have finally finished the group! They will now dry and then I will draw in the detail and fire them in the kiln… simple

Version 2

Something new.

6th March 2017

This wonderful carving by Claire Lee will be on show this year in the sculpture garden. I am so moved by this piece, it has a calmness and a beauty that stops me in my tracks. Such a sensitive piece.



3rd March 2017

Phewwwwww I’m just finishing the shape of the last one. It’s starting to look like a dinosaur has made its nest in here!

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1st March 2017

I am so thrilled to be showing this piece by Thomas Joynes in the Sculpture Garden this year. Thomas work is bold,sensitive and elegant, referring to the fluid forms and repetitive elements found in natural world as well as responding to artists such as Hepworth and Brancusi. I can’t wait to see this in the […]