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Storm

  The recent storm took me again to the shore. I fought the wind to walk on the shingle and examine the rejected items along the wrack line. String, rubber glove, plastic bottle, shells, bits of crab, bits of stick, […]

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AiR Journey #2 – Begin with the End in Mind

      I set out with good intentions to write regular posts throughout this project and find I am lacking in this regard. I can make excuses such as juggling 4 school runs a day, then school holidays, 3 […]

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AiR Journey #1 – Start where you Are

I have a meeting in Taunton at 11am. According to Google maps, it’s a 2-hour drive. I follow the instructions dictated out loud by my phone the whole way ‘at the roundabout take the third exit and stay on the […]

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Walking with The Waste Land , a walk on July 26th

A PHOTO DIARY WITH INFORMATION ABOUT DEVELOPMENTS FOR WALKING WITH THE WASTE LAND AT THE MARGATE BOOKIE 2017. Walking with the Waste Land is a community group which is part of a wider project at the Turner Contemporary exploring visual […]

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Reflections , #ThreadandWord a walk in Edinburgh

We walked last Friday from Dundas Street Gallery to Inverleith House, in the Royal Botanical Gardens. Here a photo diary of readings and a task based intervention with rope by Naomi Garriock. Ropes and knots are an important part of […]

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Thread and Word – a collaborative walk in Edinburgh

A Wander on Friday July 7th from Dundas Street Gallery to Inverleith house Edinburgh 2pm – 4pm   An artist led walk by Elspeth Penfold inspired by Cecilia Vicuña’s poem ‘Hilo y Palabra’   Includes participative interventions by artists: Nicola […]

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AirBridge: Beauty and the Bridge

Reflecting on the beginning of my public programme as Artist in Residence at Tower Bridge, this entry shares the experience of leading a participatory art walk along the Thames…

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The Leaving of Lerwick.

  Some final photographs of Lerwick: “slightly old-fashioned” is meant to be a compliment. Aberdeen is not certainly not old-fashioned; dour perhaps, but up-to-date.  It has a massive harbour sealed off with high fences, so that you couldn’t fall into […]

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Some very random jottings

  The seals were having a people-spotting Away Day today:  I was bagged four and possibly five times on my wanderings along the shore today.  At the time, I thought they were grey seals (Roman noses, you know), but checking […]

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An opening

I am thrilled to receive a Professional Development Bursary from a-n. The funding will enable me to learn new practical skills working with textiles in order to research and test new formats of showing photographic images. My practice considers our […]

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