Thursday, 26 April 2012

New home, new studio

A new view.
New rings for a show at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, on until the end of next month. 
A little theater scene to play with.
Lots of new embroideries having been stitched.

Finally a new home and it's not on wheels. After 2 years of a nomadic life we have found a beautiful old farm house in Somerset to rent with loads of room for all our belongings, my studio and a huge garden for busy children and growing things.
The poly tunnel is up and beds dug and the house is full of unpacked boxes but you have to get your priorities straight.
My studio is palatial and has a radiator which is really exciting as it's the only one in the whole house. As you can see i have a rural scene to look out on and it's normally a randy turkey out in the yard strutting about showing off to me but you got a pick of the feisty geese.
So all is good and i am looking forwards to unpacking properly and getting ship shape, i might get a chance some day soon.
A busy and exciting year so far with one trade show just done and lots of events on their way.
I'll let you know all of my new stockiest soon. 
My year wall planner is a great thing but also keeps taking me too much later in the year which is slightly scary.
I AM OFF TO NEW YORK though in September to exhibit at LOOT held at THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART!!! 
I am still in shock and very excited, it's hyped as the top 50 jewelers in the world so that'll be me this year!
Just as glamourous... i will be in Somerton, Somerset at The Buttercross Vintage and hand made market this Staurday the 28th of April, 10am to 4pm.
I forgot to mention that the Bakelite Museum is at the end of my street and they have a tea shop that services cream teas! What joy.

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