Tag Archives: ferns

Spirals

From the lovely green ferns about to unfurl in the garden or the patterns on my finger tips, the water gushing down the drain or the galaxies high above my head; they are everywhere. Spirals.  People have been incorporating them in … Continue reading

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Art wave at Driftwood garden, Lewes

Little Owls, smoke fired ceramic sculptures. Geoff  Stonebanks and Mark Glassman opened their garden and studio for the annual Lewes Artwave this August Bank Holiday. There were many quirky and beautiful objects scattered around the garden…I love Si Unwins’ wooden … Continue reading

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Stories about Ferns and House Gods

This was my glorious tree fern in the spring..I love the spirals and the exuberance. This is the way it looks now, in late autumn, with Fox poking his face through the fronds. I’ve used ferns a lot in my … Continue reading

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Autumn mist and ferns – part four; the bronze age settlement

I am still living and dreaming ferns and clay. While walking across the East Hill in lemon sunlight, I imagine a bronze age settlement alive with people and horses. A woman from the camp walks towards me across the bracken. Her shape is dark against … Continue reading

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Autumn mist and ferns – part three; glass

The ferns are changing colour every day now. I am still busy taking their impressions. It occurred to me that incorporating glass in the clay may look nice. And a way of doing that may be to use mosaic tesserae. … Continue reading

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