In ‘Quilt’, an exhibition appearing at the University of South Wales, two-hundred-year-old letters written on Washi – Japanese paper – are layered into works of art. We were asked to send our own brief words to appear alongside.Continue reading “Words and Washi”
Walking over the Giant’s Head – Allington Hill from April into May.Continue reading “Up the Hill and Down”
What memorabilia would you save from the ongoing Corona crisis?Continue reading “Paper, trimmers, comb”
Primroses, primroses, jump into the pot
We’ll take you with us to the new garden
Where we hope you will be happy
It is a curious thing that… Continue reading “One thing no one really knows about … April”
The French say ‘Poisson d’Avril’, the English say April Fool’s Day, April Fools’ Day or April Fools Day.