Thursday 28 January 2010

Tuesday 26 January 2010

Bits of Old Wood

I do like it when I manage to use up an old bit of wood.   On Sunday I managed to use up thirteen old bits of wood.   I made this...
Can you guess what it is yet?

Thursday 21 January 2010

Muddy Island Musings

If you hop over here you will see Juliet's Musings.   Yesterday she mused about me.   Today she mused thus.

Monday 18 January 2010

Clickety Click

I am creeping forwards in this techie world.  My website (though still embryonic) now links with a clickety click to this blog.  Clever Phoebe.   

Treasure from another island.

Sunday 17 January 2010

Thursday 14 January 2010

Saltmarsh Plants and Seabirds

A lovely customer collected three of my prints today.   Saltmarsh Plants, Seabirds and an Island Map.

Tuesday 12 January 2010

Little Red Dot

Oh I love the cleverness of this.  I can see a little red dot on my visitor map.  It's all the way over there in Australia and I know that it is my brother.

Monday 11 January 2010


...mainly cards; little handmade cards, lovely lithoprinted postcards and nautical Christmas cards. Also a couple of framed prints, an old Bovril box and some bubble wrap. My cards are currently available to buy in the Art Cafe.  I hardly dare say this, but they will also be featuring in my soon-to-be webshop.  My webshop has been 'soon-to-be' for rather longer than it ought.  I am hoping that by announcing it's imminent arrival to the world I will be forced to make it real.  I am not sure that any of you should hold your breath.   If you are desperate for a card in the meantime you can always leave a comment or email me.

Thursday 7 January 2010

Sunday 3 January 2010

The Ninth Day

There are still three days of Christmas left but it feels like the end.  It's Sunday evening.  I picked up the leftovers this weekend.  That's all my leftover unsold stuff from the Salty Dogs Christmas shop in Maldon.  The Salty Dogs are a group of nautical artists headed by the photographer Den Phillips.   She runs an exhibition for a couple of months every Christmas in Maldon.   I am pleased I only have one box of not-very-much left.   I'll show you what's in it soon...