My Summer of learning part I: Cyanotype Workshop

My Summer of learning part I: Cyanotype Workshop

This Summer I have had the opportunity to learn some things that had been on my wish list for a long time: the first one of these was creating cyanotype prints in the company of four other eager learners and under the guidance of artist Helen Dixon at Bainbridge Print...
A few pages from my sketchbooks

A few pages from my sketchbooks

My sketchbooks are where I play and try out ideas that may later find their way into my work. I often refer back to them no matter how long ago they were completed, and always find some inspiration – or even surprises and insights. The pages you can see here...
My own version of wallpaper

My own version of wallpaper

In this post I want to share with you my biggest decoupage project to date: creating “wallpaper” from the pages of an old Larousse dictionary for a feature wall I moved house last year, and had been toying with the idea of creating a decoupage...
Ikea furniture hacks: Hemnes table

Ikea furniture hacks: Hemnes table

This is the fourth post of a series where I share transformations of simple items from Ikea using just paper and glue. This time I want to show you the first of two furniture hacks. Ikea furniture is very affordable and even more so if you buy second-hand. There is...
Cabinet of curios

Cabinet of curios

I am thrilled to be part of “Cabinet of curios”, the current show at Orso Major Art, with new works that explore the darker side of the mind. I took the opportunity to get back to paper-glue-scissors collage combining some great finds from a stack of...
Lady of the night

Lady of the night

A short while ago I was greeted by a Jersey Tiger moth on my front door. I was captivated by its black and white pattern so took a couple of quick photos before turning the key and going in…  A couple of days later, this beautiful moth had found its way into a...