The brain is wonderful . It connects us to everything if we let it. Part of the inside out exhibition. I was exploring the way I perceive my reality which I sometimes struggle with . Although it can be difficult to be open about our thoughts, I was inspired by the interesting conversations with visitors. enhanced scanned photograph
paint and light
We call it the holiday beach it is so beautiful. As usual I am rummaging for interesting things.
Playing classical guitar. (You Tube link) Sometimes I play at my exhibitions. I had a brilliant teacher, Nathan Vernon . I do have breaks from playing. I enjoy the discipline and the way I can be absorbed trying to make each note. I was in a band many years ago, classical guitar is so different it distracts me from my thoughts and can give me a sense of calm. Nathan also introduced me to a wider selection of music. I have always loved music. I am lucky to have a musical family.
observing tiny limpets I love the fact that we live in an age where physics is so exciting. The more I inquire the more I feel connected to everything.
sewn leaves which was part of 'About the land' exhibition at Broomhill sculpture gardens.
Mud pie Of course there was no mud I had to make it myself!