I am going to publish several photos (not all of them good either I am afraid!) of some of the signs I do with a nautical flair, as I have been previously talking with a lot of people who are interested in them.
I am doing this, so that should people be interested in what I make can look though this and find the photos!
I know there are photo sites around and I also know that I could do them on Facebook, but I am not crazy about FB, and for now this will suit, so forgive me for repetive content!
Any of the signs are available in colours to suit decors, and if you want something special and individual do contact me and I will do what I can.
I presently sell through Not On The High Street and eBay and will happily post any orders through either. My desire is to have a dedicated website, but with my limited techno abilities, that may have to wait.
I will get there with a website as soon as I can - that will be a priority for me in the coming months, but for now, my blog wil have to be my contact.
At the moment, Christmas is upon us, and with that I have booked into several shows for the season and thus I am within a sea of projects!
I will post pictures of Seaonal Christmas stock as soon as I can!
My poor sad little blog - no attention since before Christmas so here goes the first few pictures for all the lovely people at my various craft events who have asked about a webiste.
At the moment, I am afraid there is no dedicated website, but I will add pictures when I can for you to see the range I do.
Only a few today though as I am only on a break from painting! I agreed to do the Westcliff Art Trail again this week, but because I have been so busy with craft sales and orders and builders redoing my kitchen, as well as the Photoshop and DSLR Camera classes I do during the week, this has been put on the bottom of the pile and I have finally reached it!
Therefore in my coffee break I write this and will add a few shots and come back to it when I can .
Here are a couple of photos taken of my stall last September at the Leigh Regatta and Village Green events in Chalkwell Park! A mix of seaside and vintage chic signs, tags, accessories and decorations!
Throughout my entire life - art has been my biggest interest. Since my first remembered drawing of a robin with extremely long legs, I have not stopped playing with art. I attended Fashion College in California, and worked as a designer in London for several years. Motherhood followed and I did what I art I could in whatever time I could find. That journey led to decorative painting, furniture painting and interior design. I was lucky enough to be able to study Interior Decorative Techniques, for 4 years on a City and Guilds course. Since then I concentrated on pursuing the art of rose painting, and these beautiful flowers, which I have loved since childhood, have pervaded my life in all aspects – clothing, home furnishing, art and gardening. I do all this surrounded by my two wonderful teens, Lara and Jordan and my hubby Dave, in our Edwardian home with a garden full to bursting with literally dozens of old vintage roses and gorgeous English Roses! Told you I was mad about roses!