Monthly Archives: August 2011

Biscuit O’Clock

Here’s better pictures of Biscuit for you. First the USB thing there next to the cat does not plug into the scar on her side, let me make that quite clear. Second yes she is ginger and yes she does … Continue reading

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We are very lucky.

We are very lucky in Britain, we don’t get extremes of anything weather-wise really. We get rain but not generally flooding, we get storms but not really tornadoes or hurricanes, we get sunshine (yes we do come on you can … Continue reading

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Ooooooo! surprise addition! Meet Biscuit. Our new accidentalish addition. She’s a sweetie, listen to that pneumatic drill of a purr. Off for a cuddle.

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Flat wet stuff

I’ve been getting my slip trailing wrist back into the swing of things this last day or so. Hope you like them. Not many words for you today. Too tired. Sorry. Oh and some finished tiles, these are approximately 6″ … Continue reading

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We Stopped!

Only for three days but we did stop, together, for the first time in heaven knows when. Last week I lost the plot and it was time for a bit of R and R. Paul was here and I was … Continue reading

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End of summer blues

By the phases of the moon. It’s not officially the end of summer but the dew on the grass in the mornings and the definite nip in the air and that certain smell that you get is certainly doing more … Continue reading

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Surprise visitor

Been a funny old day, very unsettled weather, a bit wild, very windy too, makes me a bit jittery and unsettled myself when it’s like that. Made for some great skies though. Yesterday was my first proper day making in … Continue reading

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Iron Men and Hatfield Art in Clay

It seems like an age ago now that I packed up the van once again and set of south to yet another show. This time I went via Crosby Beach near Liverpool to meet my good friend Debbie. Deb is … Continue reading

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Still Movement

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Still Movement – Art in Clay

Today has been spent at Gracefield Art Centre in Dumfries with Phil McMenemy. We have been working for the last long while on a a collaborative exhibition. It is called “Still Movement”. We have been excited, terrified, frustrated, thrilled, enthused … Continue reading

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