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Fun, fun, fun

Busy, busy busy prepping adult and children’s workshops. I have to confess to being more excited about the children’s workshops. I’ve already delivered one ‘Animal Magic’ workshop at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery last month. That was a success with […]

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Fancy a Doghnut?

Who would have thought that doughnuts, hair doughnuts would  make the perfect mink! I found one that belonged to my sister and that’s how it started. I actually had no idea what these were called until I visited Superdrug, not […]

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Warrington Weekend of Fun

I am in good company as this weekend there are a whole host of family activities from, performances, storytelling, games, workshops and exhibitions all with an environmental theme. Yesterday saw the launch of an exciting new exhibition ‘Wake Me Up […]

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A Private Land / Tir Diarffordd

Collaborative research and development project exploring geographical and psychological territories and the nature of the boundaries that may protect and/or restrict.

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A Private Land / Tir Diarffordd

Collaborative research and development project exploring geographical and psychological territories and the nature of the boundaries that may protect and / or restrict.

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Professional Critique

During lock-down I had an epiphany; the wonders of zoom mean you can connect with anyone anywhere; I intend to make the most of this resource! I have recently used it to reach out to Steph Hachey a Museum Professional […]

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Onward and Upwards

Delighted  to have been awarded an Arts Council project grant through the National Lottery. It means I can get on with the next phase of EcologyNOW. I have been on another visit to the Lapworth to ensure I am stocked […]

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Fruitful Conversations

I have an idea for a digital game and it is just at the seed stage but after a few initial stumbling blocks and discussions with more than one technology wizard I am beginning to think it shows promise! It […]

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Decisions, decisions

So many decisions, for starters: do I go for an accordion, no staples, micro-mini or stack and strap format zine? Should I collage, use lettroset, carbon paper, black pen or a combination? Vegan printing ink or photocopy and what exactly […]

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Weaving the Land: Oak

For a while now, I have been unhappy with my materials. It has creeped up on me slowly, until the realisation, the fact, is clear. The man-made materials: wire and silk no longer embody what I wish to say through […]

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Glass Convert

Had the most amazing four days in Stourbridge, feel so lucky that the International Glass Festival was in the Midlands and that I was able to attend. What a buzz! So many creatives in one place and everyone was so […]

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Inspiration All Around

I could not believe my eyes yesterday when I spotted a tiny orange hairy caterpillar on the pavement! I felt really lucky to have seen it considering it was so small. There must be something in what people say, if […]

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Behind the Scenes

So much has happened in just one week! The highlight had to be  Friday, when Jon Clatworthy the Director of the Lapworth took me on a tour of the store rooms. What a treasure trove of thousands of specimens hidden […]

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Bornite

Buzzing after my trip to the Lapworth yesterday, I can see so many connections and feeling refueled and totally inspired! Very taken by the case of trilobites think they look like shoe prints although that does depend on the shoe. […]

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Birds of A Feather

My great aunt from Holland used to own a small haberdashery. I’ve inherited several reels of: cotton and embroidery thread, elastics, needles, ribbons…..; just what you would expect from a contemporary haberdashery minus the antique labels. Among the plethora of […]

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