November has been a mixed month, with quite a few grey, wet days, but also some lovely crisp autumnal mornings. My November landscape features one of the latter! It’s a view across farmland to the distant Simonside hills.
Late October morning, looking towards the Simonside Hills.
It's harvest time, and the fields all around us are full of bales, if those giant rolls of hay are indeed still called bales. The weather has been very changeable over the past week though, and some crops have not yet been gathered in. This combine harvester has been parked up for a few days … Continue reading Waiting
A slight misnomer, at this was the sunset last night, but so beautiful I thought it was worth sharing this morning.
Just on the off chance that any of you may be heading to Northumberland over the Easter Holidays, I currently have some of my work for sale in the Coquetdale Arts Centre Gallery in Rothbury. It's a lovely little gallery, run entirely by volunteers, which this year is showing the work of 130 local artists … Continue reading Coquetdale Arts Centre Gallery
I may have been quiet of late, but I promise I have not been idle. There has been a lot of organising and settling in to do, together with getting to know the local area a little better. I have also been working on some new designs, of which more later. One of the things … Continue reading Hills, Cups, Rings, and a Folly: A Walk Around Rothbury