What a mysterious and surprising summer I have had at the studio in Trowbridge, Wiltshire. It was something of a much slower pace than I have been used to working, this was to the past months, the unrest of covid19 and it’s effect on so many businesses including my own. But happy to say I have continued throughout and in the past two months I have never seen my inbox look so busy ! Wonderful people who need their doors repaired or new commissions designed and I can be of service again fully and with a whole heart.
Autumn is coming and the vegetables in the garden are overflowing their woody edges.There are so many birds, bees and insects around which is a great sign. Even the bats are out and about in the early evening zooming around the garden under the big evergreens.
I have recently been taking time to draw and paint in the garden and out doors in the countryside too which is so enriching with all the sights and smells one encounters. Working wise in my current flow of commissions I have completed 6 painted repairs in situ to a pretty church St Mary the Virgin of Upton Scudamore. The window had unfortunately been vandalized, these lower windows do benefit greatly by having a mesh screen fixed to the stone work on the exterior of the window.
I am happy to say a wonderful array of commissions that will be posted here in the coming months. one of many new works is a double front door in Rickmansworth is a colour feast for the eyes and I am looking forward to sharing the final installation with you all later this Autumn.
Let’s continue to open ourselves to create more beauty especially in these uncertain times. Focusing on the art of colour work in many forms is a great way to make our own designs and dreams come true.
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