Category Archives: Linda Woodfield

Snowy / Rainy / Sunny / Windy

Cycled in in thick snow this morning, cycled home in sunshine, well ok only a tiny bit of sunshine but it was still sunshine. In between was some rain and continued high winds. I had a whole bundle of birds … Continue reading

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Sunny Saturday

A good friend of mine, Linda Woodfield opened her new workshop studio today in Newton Stewart. We popped in to see her and wish her well with her new venture. It’s a great place that she’s found, an old butchers … Continue reading

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Pleading insanity due to excess water

I think the rain is getting to my brain. I am on the verge of even more insanity than can usually be expected. Even Paul is surprised by me and he of all people should be used to it. I … Continue reading

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3 At The Tolbooth

Today I have been in the Tolbooth Arts Centre in Kirkcudbright with my two friends Linda Woodfield and Phil McMenemy where we hung an exhibition on tuesday. It is to be there for two weeks, until August 31st which is … Continue reading

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Splat, and a forceful one at that.

I got really annoyed with myself this afternoon as I started losing handles on dishes and jugs, my own stupid fault too much to do, too little time so not waiting properly for that critical time and trying to “wing … Continue reading

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Poor baby bird

This daft beggar flew into my closed window this morning at the workshop. That was the third thump of the morning, not sure what they are all playing at. I think he may have been trying to copy the swallows … Continue reading

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This is the lovely little gallery in Castle Douglas, our nearest town, which is available for local people to apply to use. With my good friends Phil McMenemy whose second child is due today, and Linda Woodfield I am exhibiting … Continue reading

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