Long time no post I know. But, in my defense, lots of stuff going on! I mean LOADS! I have been a bad blogger this summer, but will make up for it soon. In the meantime…read on. Read More
Ode to turquoise, teal and mint. Featured here are my new Leuchtturm1917 journal, Kaweco Sports fountain pen and a little Angie Lewin notebook. Featured with are a couple of stones I painted a couple of years ago and a little toy Corvette my hubby gave me. Read More
Way back in January I decided it would be a great idea for Orla and I to go to this years London Film and Comicon at Earls Court, as it was going to be Stan Lee’s last European tour. As Orla is a comic geek and a big Avengers fan, I decided I would take her, so booked our tickets for Sunday, 24th July. Read More
Created in 1969, written by Roza Khusnutdinova, directed by Lev Atamanov and set to Alfred Shnittke’s original music, this whimsical and delightful animation remains as popular today as when it was first created. I discovered it when my little girl was a toddler and mad for all things ballet related. She still loves this piece, and I thought I would share it with you.Ballerina on the Boat
One of the things I appreciate most about England, is it’s passion for flowers and horticulture. We are blessed not only with a wide and diverse range of wild flowers in our countrside, but more parks and gardens than possibly anywhere else in Europe. Read More
As it’s been ages since I posted any sketchbook/moleskine work I thought it was a good time to post a small selection of drawings over the past few months.