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Working with the same idea as my last sculpture, but this time with a Small White butterfly and a bunch of snowdrops.


To create a more rounded solo exhibition for the Ebenezer Gallery, I decided I was in need of some landscapes, so start with the old engine house on the cliff at St Agnes in Cornwall.


I want to exhibit a wide range of artwork in my my corner exhibition at the Ebenezer, as it is my first solo exhibition. I want there to be something for everyone, covering all budgets. To do this I have started by making these smaller pieces for those with a smaller budget.  I have started with these two piece, which I hope art lovers with love as much as I do!!!


Have finished making greeting card for the Ebenezer Gallery, just got to wrap them all!


I've been working on a new type of textiles sculpture, developed from one of the first piece of textile artwork 'The Dark Knight and The Hawk Eyed Moth'.  From this piece I received comments from people believed that the moths were real (taxidermy), this gave me the idea to create this sculpture. Creating a piece which has a 360 degree view is always tricky, but the sense of achievement is always greater and it always feels more magical when you can hold it in your hand. Unlike my other complete 3D sculptures I deiced to encase it in this glass dome, which not only acts as a frame proctecting the piece but adds to the taxidery feel.     


On the way back from the framers, I noticed my local post box has been taken over by local birds! Love this!!!


Spent today walking some of Cornwall's beautiful coastal paths from Lundy Bay to the Rump at Polzeath. It is a stunning walk with views for miles across the coastline, with paths going to beaches and caves, if you don't mind steep climbs!!!

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