Just in time for Valentine’s Day: “Hearts & Flowers” jewellery set, “Be My Valentine” bracelet, “Roses are Red” bracelet, with earrings to come – and more being created daily!
Two of my fibre artworks have sold this week, Silver Birch with Lavender through from out of the blue studio gallery in Ōpunake, and Summer into Autumn at the Waikanae Community Market. The second sale followed a conversation about the fibres I used, and I mentioned that work submitted to the gallery in Ōpunake is… Read More Natural fibre artwork sells!
My @bronz.beads first time Mahara Midweek Market was a great success today: it was good to be under shelter from the persisting rain. Some other stallholders had pulled out because of the weather, but when people commented we were brave to be out in this weather, I pointed out that if it was sunny, I’d… Read More @bronz.beads first midweek market a success!
I’m making a new batch of earrings for Christmas 2021 – and offering discount vouchers to make gift giving easier shop now at http://www.bronzbeads.felt.co.no
See my latest projects: abstract not-quite-landscapes as cushion covers, and a stripey compromise with my grandson who wanted a jersey in minty green: Cushions Minty vest
I’ve always loved silver birch trees with their intriguing bark and silvery trunks. I’ve included them in tapestries, along with pines and other trees, but it was a mosaic image I found on Pinterest that stayed at the back of my mind for a year or more while I worked on other projects. Now I… Read More Stitching inspired by mosaic art
I’m thrilled that Kittredge Cherry has included one of my prayers in her blog about “Trinity,” the last image in Doug Blanchard’s gay Passion of Christ series: Trinity Sunday: Holy Spirit blesses same-sex couple as Gay Passion of Christ series ends. You can find “Rainbow Trinity” and other inclusive, progressive liturgical writing on my Words of… Read More “Rainbow Trinity” in Q-Spirit blog!
We’ve had chokos in stir fry, in soup, roasted, steamed, in chutney, in lasagne…… Read More Too many chokos
If you’ve ever had that feeling of, “I wouldn’t wish depression on my worst enemy—but I wish my friend could experience it for just a day”…… Read More Cabin fever?
Hi everyone! As you’ve gathered by now, I don’t blog or post often – too busy doing, making, creating, collating, advertising and sometimes even selling, to let you know what I’m up to. Which is, as I keep being advised, counterproductive. So, here’s a summary from 2018, along with a well-meant resolve to communicate more… Read More Happy New Year & lackadaisical resolution
Christmas messages and reflections for thinking people in the 21st Century… Read More New book for Advent and Christmas
We arrived at Ulsan KTX Station, Eonyang in the late afternoon, and were met by son-in-law SG, his mother and his two sons (our grandsons). So wonderful to see them for the first time since they moved to South Korea at the beginning of 2018. Halmoni (son-in-law’s mother, Korean for “grandmother”) took us straight to… Read More Finally with family