Saturday, 25 December 2010

Happy Christmas.

It's been a good year for me so far and I know next year will be even better. I've had so much support from certain friends and family and none from others, (go figure!). I'm looking forward to seeing some people I love this week. I hope you all get to make the best of a few days off too.

Friday, 17 December 2010

Every Cloud....

Another 70's mirror; sandblasted with an army of robots. The clouds look nice, reflected in their outline. The flurry of snow helps too, i think.

VINTAGE CHRISTMAS BAZAAR... Worcester, this weekend. The atmosphere will be really festive and you'll be able to purchase some original gifts for those, hard to please, distant relatives.

Friday, 10 December 2010

Sale of My Work...

This Sunday at the Arts Cafe in Worcester, (next to Huntingdon Hall). Look out for me, I'll be wearing this, (maybe I'll iron it first!-).

Friday, 3 December 2010

Blown Away?

A good friend had a nice, hand-blown, glass vase. They asked me to 'jazz it up a bit'. I did my best. It really looks good in a darkened room, lit by a tea light.


Some of you may have noticed, there's a new counter at the base of this page. I've been getting really excited because I've been getting LOTS of visitors, (For me, 50-100 people a day looking at this site is amazing) I'm sure I don't know 50-100 people at the moment! it's just great to know, that people are taking the time to look, it's also typical of me to feel a little anxious at the prospect of people, I don't know, looking at my output...puts the pressure on a little... guess that's the nature of the web though really. Anyway, just wanted to say thanks for the continuing support of friends and family and those people, watching me, that I have yet to meet.

Lidded glass container, (ex lab glass again).
Size L10.5cm X W8.5cm X H7.5cm

Thursday, 2 December 2010

Walk the plank?

Piece of fruit wood; burnt, sandblasted and waxed. Luvverly bit of timber, might look nice over your mantlepiece, bed stead or, dare I say it, in a gallery.

24cm X 80cm

Tea Anyone?

Nice big brown tea's a bit ironic really, but I hate the taste of tea; more likely to find coffee brewing in my teapot.