Back to my sketch book and now working from my images of fragments/inscriptions nearer to home at Chesters on Hadrian’s Wall. This one a dedication to ‘Mother Goddess everywhere abiding’ - perhaps the Romans understood the idea of International Women’s Day too.
Winter morning walk - the best time of the year.
Continuing to work with Roman names and finding it interesting to see how embroidery translates into weaving. These are small, averaging 70mm x 160mm.
The excellent and interesting Letter Exchange exhibition at The Ruskin Gallery in Cambridge finishes on the 27th October. Pleased to have two pieces displayed of the body of work Hazel Dolby (top) and I (bottom) have been working on for six years: Remembrance of People Past.
Putting up work in the exhibition opening at the Lettering Arts Centre at Snape Maltings: How do you want to be remembered Photos from Rome....