Yes, it's that time of year when I do a bit of a round up of my creative year.
This helps me to see where I have been and the direction I am heading. It also may let you catch up on a few bits you may have missed.
January got off well with me discovering how much I enjoyed working with papercloth. This was to be a life saver for the months to come, as January began to go downhill rapidly as I became ill with pneumonia
.After a miserable few weeks February began...only to see me breaking my foot after a tumble down some stairs. Stuck in a plaster cast unable to bear any weight on my foot for weeks on end sure focuses the mind......
|get well daffodils|
So that is what I did, relentlessly!!! I made loads of little panels which I call wild sewing pieces. I also learned to crochet via you tube!
|May at Abbotsford|
May and I was back enjoying life, painting outside in the Scottish borders, Spring was horribly wet but after being cooped up inside for so long every sunny day seemed magical!
|Bluebells in May|
And also a few new pieces for galleries in Lancashire. This piece
was made for Drift gallery in St Annes.
July and Skyeworks has made a wee space for my bits and pieces... I really like them grouped together.
|Wet day in August|
And finally December.
We have arrived at the years end....This piece was made for a winter exhibition in St Annes in Lancashire.
|First snow detail|
Wishing you all a very happy and healthy new year,
What am I wishing the new year brings?