My favourite otter drawing is now making an appearance as a risograph in a sweet A5 size!
I have something new to show you! These are my new notebooks! There are 4 different designs in the range and are inspired by my love for spring and new found passion for pattern making! I really enjoyed making these, they are something a bit different to my usual work and I’m trying to expand my way of working a bit so I hope you like them! They have 46 pages of ruled lines and printed onto recycled paper, they are available on my website, Etsy and Not On The High Street shops.
I’ve been working a few new things lately including a new range of cards and trying out a new way of working for me that doesn’t rely on a black outline…this cactus probably won’t make it onto a card but I like not having the restriction of my usual outline around things sometimes.
I am very happy to say I now stock my cards, prints and brooches with the lovely Sarah in Paper Bunny in Ulverston, Cumbria.
Sarah opened the shop this year and it looks so wonderful, I think a trip to Cumbria is in order!
Last week I took part in the Hepatitis C Trust Art on A Postcard Auction, where artists were invited to create work in raise funds for the charity.
An exhibition of the work was held at Whitfield Fine Art Gallery, and I went along a few days before the auction ended to have a look at all the work and see my Curious Otter and Fine Feathers next to some wonderful artists, such as Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn and Gilbert and George.
It was lovely to take part in something so worthwhile and help raise funds for a great cause.