I have recently accepted a kind invitation to display my collection of framed prints in the Tea Room at the wonderful Canalside Heritage Centre at Beeston Lock on the River Trent, Nottingham.
They will be on display until the end of May 2021 and you can see them on your way into the garden after purchasing your refreshments.
I started having my work digitally captured some years ago and found that the process suited some but not all of my pieces. I didn’t go for the limited edition stuff as watercolour artists do but just had a small number (under 25 of each). I’m now running low and finding it hard to source a printer who can produce them to the highest standard I need.
It’s a great opportunity to have some work on display…its been such a long time.
How wonderful to see all the signs of Spring emerging. Going for walks everyday opens my eyes and reminds me of how wonderful nature is.
And so, I’m busy in my work room when I have time tidying up and preparing a space to get on with new ideas. Though, half of my dining table is my favourite space at present.
I did invest in some good storage and shelving not too long ago to keep all my small pieces and scraps of fabric in colour themed boxes. This makes it a lot easier to find that perfect match…a good investment!