Category Archives: sky
Some lovely pictures – from Rachel Foster, including one of a pendant she made from a found pebble. A multitude of vibrant kites, dancing in the wind Skylarks singing, perfect day Shifting sand Sand swept into contours Have we managed … Continue reading
Today I installed “Skystones” at Tapeley Park, Devon. Tapeley Park looks set to be England’s first fully sustainable stately home, and there are wonderful plans afoot relating to food production and low cost sustainable housing – as well as becoming a centre … Continue reading
view of Skystones from top of tall ladder – circle 1.8m dia. Just to show that I am back to stay – here are some pics of my current work, showing at the Museum of North Devon. It is called … Continue reading
In my tiny stone studio, I am wearing so many layers of clothes I can hardly move. Knock large chunks of ice off my paint brush, which I had mistakenly left in water overnight. Find I can paint quite well … Continue reading
Here’s the progress of Skystones this week. Sunday – cold and wet. Spend afternoon searching and digging out discarded stone from a neglected corner of the outbuilding. The stone is filthy, heavy and nowhere near enough. Mon – down the … Continue reading
Now I have a filthy cold. Can’t understand it. With Christmas looming on the horizon and nothing done, and a piece of work to make for early January- not to mention numerous other deadlines – here I am, flopping about the house … Continue reading
The birding trip got called off because of foul weather – so here is a beautiful video of geese flying north, by ivos25, from the documentary film “Winged Migration’.