Dear Reader – Would you like to come over to my new blog to read about my dabbling with Morrismen this morning? Please click this link to read more https://www.thepotteringartist.com/2019/03/easy-like-sunday-morning.html Continue reading The Making of a Morrisman
Hop over to my new site to see what I need you write! https://www.thepotteringartist.com/2019/03/can-anyone-write-me-opening-chapter.html Continue reading Can Anyone Write Me an Opening Chapter Please? Fairytale Writers Needed
Dear blog reader – I had not put my new blog (The Pottering Artist) settings to public and so many of you were not able to comment yesterday. Please know that The Pottering Artist is now open for business and comments and I’d like to invite you to take part in my inaugural Leisure Painter Magazine giveaway. I look forward to seeing you there – … Continue reading Come on Over – comments and giveaway are open!
Dear reader since last November I have been refilling my creative well and well – I have evolved! I am now The Pottering Artist and I’d like you to come over and be with me now on my new blog of the same name. I am now also writing a magazine all about the genteel art of pottering. If you can identify with that as … Continue reading Gone Pottering…
Gentle Forays into Drawing, Painting and Life. Join me as I refill my creative well. We will advance slowly, increasing awareness, developing perception, gathering art skills, deepening artistic vision and pottering along the way. For those who value stillness, silence and slowness as an antidote to activity, noise and speed. Here are a selection of images which I did to illustrate the various articles … Continue reading The Pottering Artist – A New Indie Magazine
This week I harvested my first ever crop of potatoes. These were late potatoes planted in exuberant mood at the height of the summer having been on my new allotment for 6 weeks. I was desperate to plant something as you can imagine after having waited years to get a lotty. They grew like topsy for weeks but then the frost got them – yes … Continue reading Hares and Harvest
PLANNING for PEACE I teach a private weekly watercolour class for 18 super people. The task of getting 39 weekly watercolour classes planned for the academic year 18-19 has been exciting, hard and satisfying. Ultimately has given my poor old mind peace instead of constantly thinking about what to paint for next class each week. I decided to get to grips with my planning as … Continue reading Planning a Year’s Watercolour Classes