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Little me in a lovely big exhibition!

I dived into the private view of Gloss Gallery’s new exhibition Coast and Country¬†as I am exhibiting with them! It was heaving with people, which was an excellent start to the show, thankfully a couple of my artist friends arrived so I had some friendly faces to talk to as I am an awful net worker! The gallery staff have done a really good job of curating it and its a great exhibition with loads of very diverse West Country talent, all of them far better known than me! Please pop in and have a look if you are passing that way.

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Open Studios Day 6:Bubbly and nibbles!

Had a lovely day today with 25 visitors, most of whom were are friends and were lured by the bubbly and a good look at my new kitchen! (In fact people we know really well totally bypassed my work and rushed straight through to see if we finally had a functioning kitchen!)

I managed to get my raindrops sculpture up in the garden this morning and spent the day threading the raindrops back on whilst chatting to everyone. I also managed to apply the etching creme to the glass I painted with PVA resist yesterday…sadly my camera is still not cooperating and so no photos, better luck tomorrow I hope! There wasnt time for much else as we had lots of people come round today, which was wonderful, the sunshine even came out for us! Ulrika (the ceramicist in my gazebo!) also managed a full day, which when 36 weeks pregnant is no mean feat!

There is still a whole week of Open Studios to go, so plenty of time to come and say hello!


I am a stained glass artist working in Exeter and a busy mum of 2; trying to carve a path through the tide of washing and children's toys that stands between me and making beautiful things.

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