Monthly Archives: October 2009
A big thank you to Jeremy who coordinated, curated and expertly oversaw this stunning collaboration of all things ‘horse’.
An honour to be invited to submit work alongside a vast array of horseyness. Predominantly traditional equine clothing from years gone by, old bits, saddlery, textures, stories, facts, figures plus some beautiful sculptures. A rare treat.
I have discovered the world of etching. Or should I say rediscovered – my GCSE art was an etching, of a foal rolling (top image). And now I have taken the photographic process one stage further and produced three different editions – one is above. Beautiful Icelandic stallion strutting his stuff.
This is a new realm for me as it takes me one step further toward the world of art – it is opening up to me, ever so slowly, but it is a big, big world. I’m diving in.
These etchings will go on sale at the Discerning Eye exhibition at the Mall Galleries, November 12-22 2009. I have discovered the world of etching. Or should I say rediscovered – my GCSE art was an etching, of a foal rolling. www.discerningeye.org.
The etchings have been done by Julia and David Noble of Noble Fine Art www.noblefineart.co.uk. Really I’m so very impressed.