Sunday, 21 August 2016

A busy week

Here are some of the exhibits I particularly enjoyed seeing at the exhibition "Coastlines" which finished today. It was only on for a week as the gallery only had that short timespan between exhibitions. Two weeks are better but a month is best.

Made by Tessa Mendez from Feltunique. I loved the shapes and colours.
This ceramic bowl was asking me to buy it and take it home.

Made by Maria Nordgren, Momentum Pottery. The texture on these bowls reflected sand lines.
The quirky birds were made by Rachel Bower a willow weaver.

This lovely kimono was made by Jan Reid. Dyed silk and hand stitched.
So much work by all the exhibitors.

Just a small selection of the super work on display.
The seagull will be retired now and I have  space ready for him in my new home.

Spent a day at Edinburgh Fringe and the Book Fair.
This band is such fun to watch and hear. Great selection of old musical instruments. An hour sped by.

Some sights from the Book Fair

Peter Rabbit was a great favourite with both children and the adults.
Who has lost his very large head?

Much need refreshments between talks.

Tackled another part of the garden. Need to get the rest of my plants out of their travelling pots. Finding it hard going.

A very busy week.
Please look in next week as I try to at least locate a sketch pad and some crayons.


  1. It looks like it was a wonderful show. I agree, one week is not enough. So much work goes into creating a show.

    Looks like you are having some good summer fun.

  2. Yes these pots were beautiful, especially the blue one.
    Your garden is starting to look really good, both in the photo here and in Real Life.