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Sculpture at the Edge

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My main Open Studios event is taking place at Yarner Wood this summer, but somehow I have also managed to produce 4 pieces to add to the fabulous and very well regarded Heathercombe Edge sculpture trail. Deep in Dartmoor this woodland sculpture trail is well worth the windy country lanes and the Faerie Woods are packed with amazing sculptures, the tea rooms are second to none and the kids crafts are fabulous!

My additions to the trail are made using the remaining wood from my Yarner sculptures and take their inspiration from the children’s nonsense poem

‘The Man in the Wilderness’

wondering at the moonThe man in the wilderness said to me
How many stars in the sky? said he.
I stare at the moon till it makes me shiver
And wonder and wonder, who made Forever?

 

Directions etc available on their website, opening times etc below

Saturday 7th – Sunday 29th September

Open daily 11am – 5.30pm except Mondays

Adults: £5 Child: £2.50 Concessions £3

 

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Being a busy, busy bee, commissions and empty milk cartons and me!

I have been so busy my blog has become quite neglected!

I have a new recycled public art commission, making a sculpture out of empty milk cartons for Dairy Crest, this will be displayed in a Morrissons supermarket and  they are delivering me 300 + empty cartons soon! This is part of their promotion for the new Jugit system, which is intended to reduce the waste from milk cartons by 75% . Here is a rough drawing, but the full effect wont be realised  till I have it in 3D!

I have 2 new commissions, one for a lovely family in Scotland making a mountain scene and another making panels for the grooms gifts for a wedding, 2 lily panels and a train! Both of these commissions will let me use my new toy, I mean tool. I have finally saved up for a really good quality engraving pen and I have been practicing with it. I am very excited about the detail I will now be able to add to my work and it will allow me to personalise items more professionally too.

Craft fair season is in full swing and the Hand Made Home fair in Exeter this weekend was a great success, I sold 25 of my brooches!!! and many other things, thanks everyone who came and supported it!

This Sunday I will be at the Heart of Devon Show, in Bow outside Crediton, so please pop along if you are in the area.

For the rest of the week I am making stock to replace all the stuff I sold last weekend and my Folksy shop has been busy, so there have been lots of trips to the post office!  Its busy, busy, busy, just how I like it!

OH and my new Indie Smiles article was published yesterday, writer with the most comments wins a prize, so please go read it and comment away!


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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