Happy Easter 2014

Posted on 28th April, 2014

 

                 

 

‘Happy Easter!’….. and true to my cultural heritage I like to celebrate Easter by colouring and decorating eggs, and bringing in twigs from our apple tree to make an Easter Tree. Thanks to some little white eggs from my next door neighbour’s hens we had some particularly delightful Easter eggs this year.

The Let’s Talk about Art course is now ready; some in-house sessions are booked and I am ready to write the next course. One of my preliminary ideas is for the next course to be about how to plan an Early Years Atelier. This course will be a practical course supporting practitioners with planning and resourcing creative environments for children. Features of other courses I am develoing could include: supporting individual children’s creative development, planning creative sessions for under threes and how to set up group projects. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any suggestions regarding what course would be specifically interesting to you.

 

I’m feeling more settled in my work now as I have joined THINQTANQ - Plymouth Co-work. Using a co-working space enables me to focus on my projects and give me the opportunity to meet with like-minded people. If you would like to join me at the THINQTANQ launch party on the 2 May please get in touch or contact http://thinqtanq.co.uk/  or http://www.plymouthcowork.org/ .

 

           

 

Please have look at the new Sketch Book Stories webpage. With these ‘stories’ I want to make the creative thought processes visible. For many artists, sketch and scrap books are as personal as a diary but they also convey the fun of playing with creative ideas. In them, ideas are affirmed, reaffirmed, sometimes discarded and sometimes just waiting to be revisited. My sketch book is full of ideas that are waiting to be developed.

Please don’t miss out on seeing the Laura Knight exhibition the Plymouth Museum. A selection of very varied paintings - from familiar Cornish landscapes, to her portraits of women working during the war, to the historic painting of the Nuremberg Trial. It’s a rare opportunity to see such a big selection of high quality paintings in Plymouth.

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