A Time to Keep…..

A Time to Keep…..

I had thought that I would have a relatively quiet start to the year.How wrong I was! My first solo exhibition opened at the Mustard Gallery in Langholm on 18 th January. I was hoping for positive feedback and was grateful for the opportunity of getting my work ‘out there’.The opening Saturday saw two sales…..

A Time to Keep’


‘A Time to Keep’ and ‘Threads’ have both found new homes.Quite overwhelming really….and the positive feedback about the exhibition has been rewarding. It makes it feel that all the work has been worthwhile.
In the meantime I’ve had a couple of deadlines to meet with regards to submitting images for marketing for the Biscuit Factory ( April10-May 18)and Spring Fling for the exhibition in Gracefield prior to the Spring Fling weekend.

I was also invited to join The Yellow Door- an artists collective which has so far had a couple of successful pop-up exhibitions in an old building brought back from dereliction by Luke Moloney…..really exciting prospects in store.

A phone call from a fellow artist has started something which I am really excited about -a collaborative project…but it’s very early days and I’m keeping it under wraps until we have more specific plans in place.

Yesterday saw me taking some new box- works to the Mustard Gallery  at Langholm. I really enjoyed making the miniature book and am very pleased with the outcome…

‘The Weave of Time’ is set in a pine boxed frame and measures 15 x 15cm. The title is taken from work by George Mackay Brown,the celebrated Orkney author and poet……


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