February 24, 2017

"Take two cows David". I have felt connected with this gentle, contented bird since they sat outside my bedroom window in an old oak as a child. Observing their behaviour today makes me want to create one from my beautiful dove grey wire. I always like to listen to Woo...

February 22, 2017

A flock of birds for sale have just landed at Nature In Art Museum natureinart.org.uk. It was sad to see them go as they each develop their own personality whilst they are being created. Each bird has a lead 'bird ring' attached to one foot holding a unique reference n...

February 16, 2017

Whilst recuperating from an unwelcome virus, I completed a landscape of Herefordshire countryside. The patchwork fields and isolated buildings add to wide open sky line. Sunsets to die for.

February 12, 2017

This week I have loved making a Jay for a beautiful friend. The colours of the Jay led me excitedly to my box of reclaimed coloured wire. As the Jay loves acorns, what better than to mount it on a distinctive and waxed piece of oak? He was gratefully received, and I ha...

February 12, 2017

"Nuthatch down , Tree-Creeper up" was what my Mother used to say when I was a little girl. I have made a beautiful Nuthatch for Nature in Art Museum shop mounted on a characterful piece of oak, facing head down! No other blue-grey above and chestnut below climbs trees....

February 5, 2017

This week I have been busy making two dimensional birds that can either be hung or positioned on a picture rail. The striking quality of the simple lines against a light background. A couple have flown the nest to visiting admirers, the rest are being created for Natur...

January 20, 2017

I have just received a beautiful delivery of wooden plinths all shapes and sizes ready to mount my birds upon. They were specially made for me by Joz (07887 393171) an established Herefordshire artist in his own right who sees an unique beauty in the world around him....

January 15, 2017

Watching the Starlings settle over the reed beds at Ham Wall, near Glastonbury was a memorable sight. Stood to the side of my mother who has engaged me with nature since I was born, made it all the more memorable. They appeared to be connected together, twisting and tu...

January 2, 2017

Little Egret is taking shape, his distinctive slender black beak, long black legs and distinctive yellow feet. I found some wonderful tensile yellow telephone wire which will be just perfect. Oh if only there were more hours in the day...

December 18, 2016

My beautiful Curlews have migrated and left destined for their new homes. The name of the Curlew derives from the sound of its call, 'Coor-li' which is repeated with an accelerated tempo. The sound reflects the nature of our coastal landscape and lonely moorland.

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