It has been a great start to the year! A mad rush of events in the early stages of January meant that 2018 started with a bang, but as February approaches things have calmed down and now is a time to contemplate the rest of the year - take stock, as it were.
This month I am featured in the February edition of Hertfordshire Life magazine! It's a nice glossy four page spread and it really shows my work off well. The interview came out of the blue last October and I'm hoping that it is just a taster for things to come! It was an interesting experience and my eclectic background and methods came across well, though inevitably I suppose, there were a few mistakes - facts lost in translation! I would like to say here and now that I haven't worked on the Indiana Jones films (sadly)!
I'm now preparing for week 4 of my 'Art of the Landscape' course at The Letchworth Settlement. This term we are taking a tour of the world and painting a variety of exotic scenes in different mediums. This week will be a view in Southern France in the style of Cezanne and painted in acrylics. Please contact The Settlement should you wish to take part next term.
I've recently completed a museum exhibition wearing my other 'hat' of designer. "All Change! 150 Years of Rail at Elstree & Borehamwood" opened last Monday and runs until 26th July. I spent 6 months working with the excellent museum volunteers and various contributers on the exhibition and I do hope you can pop along to Elstree & Borehamwood Museum to see it.