Laurence Whistler and St Nicholas Church, Moreton

On our last few days in Dorset my dad mentioned wanting to go and visit (for the second or third time) the grave of T.E Lawrence (more commonly known as Laurence of Arabia). Laurence is buried in a Churchyard in Moreton but what I didn’t realise was the church at Morton is also the site Read more about Laurence Whistler and St Nicholas Church, Moreton[…]

Cogges farm Christmas fair

It’s the one I had been waiting for, the Christmas fair at Cogges farm, Witney! If you’ve never visited Cogges it’s a lovely old farmhouse (parts date back to the 13th Century) just outside the historic market town of Witney and the Cotswolds. The house is open from March and as well as looking round Read more about Cogges farm Christmas fair[…]

Fusing jewelry

A couple of weekends ago I yet again entered the inspiring home & studio of Vince & Sue (Glass Jewels) to have another go at glass fusing We were also introduced to iridescent glass which was beautiful: When fusing you are looking to create a kind of glass sandwich. So for each piece we had Read more about Fusing jewelry[…]

First adventures in fusing

This Sat I headed off to Wolvercote to complete a 1 day introductory course in glass fusing with Glass Jewels. I’ve wanted to have a go at fusing for a while so was excited to arrive and start having the process explained to me. The above piece was my first test piece (featuring none other Read more about First adventures in fusing[…]

And here we are at artweeks

After what seems like months of build up this weekend signaled the end of the wait and the beginning of my first time exhibiting as part of Oxfordshire Artweeks. I joined 17 other artists in exhibiting over the weekend at Appleton Village Hall. Should we have a look around? My friend & the finest sculptural Read more about And here we are at artweeks[…]