Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Another woodland creature is born! They seem to be getting bigger! Advertisements

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What I take from the work of Lesley Madox is the texture in her work really appeals to me.I have been experimenting on my own texture surface to get a representation of a bark like appearance, which I believe I … Continue reading

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I take great inspiration from the mythical work of Beth Carter.She has pieces that she exhibits at the Veiw in Bristol and is due to have a one man show there in November. I cannot wait.

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This is the work of Brian and Wendy Froud.I feel akin to their work as an artist.I am in awe of their imagination and their inspiration. Join the realm of Froud and see where it leads you!

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Love this work by David Goode came across his work years ago in Birmingham. Most of his sculptures are bronze. I am really drawn to the sense of fun in his figures.

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I’m now making designs for some postcards advertising my work.

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The birth of another woodland friend.

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First completed piece for summer exhibition.I have been working on getting the appearance of bark, which I believe I have achieved showing some interesting mark making.

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Fairy Tale Friday: Fairy Tale Illustrations

Originally posted on Literary Transgressions:
This post is part of our weekly Fairy Tale Friday feature/meme co-hosted with Books4Learning. Click below to add your post to our Fairy Tale Friday Round-Up! For my post this week, I’d like to take…

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