My Crafts for Country Living Magazine – Autumn! CRAFT IDEAS to inspire: Fabric The October issue of Country Living Magazine, is out now! Click on the links for templates and print the PDF templates actual size by clicking on automatic zoom and scrolling down to 100% . APPLIQUÉD DRAUGHT EXCLUDER House Template –Continue reading »
Summer Crafts! My ‘Craft Ideas to Inspire – Modelling Clay’ crafts quarterly for Country Living Magazine is out now!Continue reading »
Printmaking WORKSHOPS Summer 2017 Traditional printmaking usually involves using large printing presses. My workshops use cost effective, conventional equipment and materials and water based inks. Over the years, I have adapted various printmaking techniques so that they can be done successfully from home. My print workshops are very much about having a lovely day; learningContinue reading »
I am looking forward to my Art for Enjoyment art classes this week. The project is small books. This is a print I created for a handmade book I made several years ago called ‘Russia’. The project was to make a hand-printed book about a place.Continue reading »
Craig Prentis, the photographer and filmmaker, has made a short film about me, enjoy! www.craigprentis.com www.craigprentis.co.ukContinue reading »
My Crafts for Spring! Ideas to Inspire: Paint & Ink.
The March issue of Country Living Magazine, is out now! Click on the links for templates and instructions and print actual size (100%).
My plan this year is to create more hand-printed cards and a range of Danby Press hand-printed papers. The aim is to produce cards that can be framed and papers that can be used for covering books and lining cupboards etc.Continue reading »
Really thrilled to see my summer craft series in the June issue of Country Living Magazine, which is out now! “How to create a collection of beautiful handmade decorative pieces, each with its own original charm”Continue reading »
Preparation for Print Workshops I always like to create a demonstration sample for my print workshops. This little Tabby Kitten was created for the Mascalls Gallery screen-printed pin cushion workshop. Screen-printed onto natural linen and filled with French Provencal Lavender; this little Tabby Kitten is a sweet little character, which looks good on a mantleContinue reading »
In my ‘Art for Enjoyment ‘classes I always demonstrate process and techniques related to each project. Here are two stages of the portrait process – these are very quick studies, using a textured coloured background and primary colours – crimson, lemon yellow, cobalt blue, mixed with white acrylic.Continue reading »