Saturday, 19 October 2013

Festival of Crafts 2013

I left my mark at the Big Draw at Farnham Maltings again, this time on the theme of travel. This is a model of a Renault 12.

Monday, 14 October 2013

Books, Faces and Lists

I had another good day at the Rising Sun Arts Centre. It was wonderful combination of books, bookarts, poetry, performance and music. Below are some of my original ink drawings which I was selling alongside handmade notebooks, zines, cards and prints. Hope to see you all at Bookface 2014!

Monday, 7 October 2013

The Boy Who Cried

Yesterday I visited The UK Wolf Conservation Trust in Beenham Reading for their bianuual open day.  It was somewhat fortuitous for the weather to be this good, and nice to be able to see wolves up close.
The more observant amongst you may notice that one of these is not a wolf, but a Harris Hawk, although I won't say which one.

Bookface 2013

This Sunday I will be selling my handmade wares at The Rising Sun Arts Centre, on Silver Street, Reading. More details on the flyer below... I hope to see loads of friendly faces (unfriendly faces also welcome). 

Saturday, 5 October 2013

Square Circles

Today I visited the Art Scope Open Day at the Circle Hospital, Reading. It is really nice to see all the art from local artists in one place. Below is an experimental print which I composed; the stamps and blocks are cut by Martin Andrews, with the exception of the wonderful fellow in his pyjamas.

Tuesday, 27 August 2013


A week or two ago I paid a visit to the lovely Cambridgeshire, more specifically, Duxford. These are some of the lovely things which caught my eye at the Imperial War Museum.

Sunday, 12 May 2013

OpenHand OpenSpace

Yesterday I attended a printmaking workshop at OHOS, run by Cath Baldwin. Below is a reduction lino of a Blue Tit which I completed during the day, and I hope to do more in the near future.

Tuesday, 15 January 2013


I know I'm a little bit late but Happy New Year to one and all. With that out of the way, here is a hint of what I will be working on in the near future. This is an early Land Rover Series II, 'Jaffa', and a late Land Rover Series IIA. 

Thanks R.B for letting me take photos, and for being so generous with your time.