The days are grey and light levels are so low but there is work to be done and plans to fulfill.
This week started with grey morning clouds stretched like thin muslin. Ragged scraps of blue patched in the holes between clouds. Gradually, a wind felted the clouds into a thicker blanket of cover, leaving the blue only as memory.
Snow came swiftly in the night, blanketing streets and fields.
A cold crisp day with the sun burning up through lilac and apricot skies.
So much colour above whilst the landscape is monochrome, damp darkened trees etched out against the snow.
This week has been about plotting and planning- practical everyday things like how to deal with the cold and creative research for new pieces. I’ve been asked to develop new artwork for the chemotherapy ward, so I need to work on compositions and figure out how I can involve patients in their construction.
I’m also thinking ahead to Springtime workshops and shows. To this end, I’ve been restocking my shelves…
These hub cap wires are important! I collect them as I walk around my local streets- reducing the rubbish in my area and repurposing the metal rings as a frame work for art…