Ahh, Die Hard . . . But no, I’m not here to talk about Bruce for a whole post, sorry ladies. What I AM here to talk about though is my new range – ‘Summer In The City’. Now you see the connection, right? It’s a little different for […]
This weekend I FINALLY got to visit the absolutely stunning studio of Bryony&Bloom. It was the open studio weekend for 2nd Floor Studios, based in Greenwich. Oh my goodness it was such a delight to walk into! Colour, colour, gorgeous colour…oooh yum!
If you don’t know the […]
I’m struggling to think of how to make this post ‘travel’ related to keep with the theme of the blog . . . hmmmm. I think I’m going to have to go with . . . TRAVEL to Ashford on Saturday 18th June to join our charity event! (Kinda works)
I wanted to share a few pieces I have been working on lately. I hope to work on a whole collection of illustrations from the mountains to the seas, beaches to skies . . . all manner of landscapes we seek out on our travels. Here are my first […]
Well what can I say. Istanbul is simply wonderful! 3 short days in the city but we (I took my mum away for a treat) managed to cram in everything we wanted to – all the sights, plus fighting off an ambush of shop keepers in the Grand Bazaar, stepping […]
This was my first visit to the Pick Me Up exhibition which is held annually at Somerset House . . . and I’m not sure what took me so long to discover it! It’s fantastic! This year there were 13 new artists and illustrators featured, but I want […]
I am pretty darn excited that this time next week I’ll be on my way to Istanbul. I’m going for 4 days and can’t wait to take in all the beautiful mosaics, colours and of course, delicious food! And of course upon my return I hope to put together […]
I’m so pleased I signed up to the Make Art That Sells class, run by Lilla Rogers. It’s made me experiment more with how I draw and even got me painting and collaging again! The Wallart module was particularly tricky and I fell victim of the staring at a […]
Now don’t get me wrong, I love a good decluttering any time of year (just ask my office buddies), but the first Spring tidy up is always far more satisfying. I think because the sun has started to shine and there is the summer time ahead. I’ve just […]
My new favourite thing is Nat Geo Traveller magazine. It’s brilliant. Not only because it gets me all giddy with excitement thinking about where my next trip may be, but because it features work by some amazing illustrators. And usually there are a lot of maps involved. That makes me double happy.