70's Day at Mill Green Museum was a fun day! I ran a drop in event for children - and adults too - from 12 til 5pm to come and have a go at working with sticky backed plastic and here are a few of what was made.... camels/ flowers and cars! Mill Green Museum in between Hatfield and Welwyn Garden City is a lovely place to visit!
Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Its official.... details about the solo exhibition I am having at Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum is now LIVE! Click HERE to follow the link to read about "The Slices of Life" exhibition in 2015. The exhibition will be running from:
|"Through the Barley Heads to the Wide Open Plain" 2014|
In the exhibition will be pieces based on the Wiltshire landscape I grew up in. Some will be very well known views of the cathedral and iconic buildings of Salisbury, like The Poultry Cross and the Guildhall - along with very personal choices of the church at Winterslow, and scenes from the New Forest and Bentley Wood.
It will be the first time I have exhibited in my home town. It will means such a lot to me and I know if my father was still alive, he would be as chuffed as punch too! Watch this space for photos of the work as it progresses...
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