I just love this guy by Lucy Casson - you can almost hear him saying 'look, look, I got to carry the brush!!'
I have so much to catch up with with you here in blogland. Sue and I went to Wales last week to visit the 'Smile' exhibition at Ruthin Craft Centre. I'd particularly wanted to see Julie Arkell's work
but there was so many other artists exhibiting whose work I fell in love with!
Both Sue and I adored the little metal figurines created by Lucy Casson, especially the little 'borrower' type people she had taking a chair apart!
And their were more metal people created by Abbott and Ellwood. Can't you just imagine this cart being brought into the market square for people to claim their 'Lost Adults' LOL
I'd also wanted to see the work of Tilleke Schwarz as I'd come across her work last year whilst blog hopping. There's something that fascinates me about her work, and I'm planning a journal page inspired by it. I was hoping to get it done today but it didn't happen - I went back to bed this am as I needed some extra sleep after driving down to Oxford this weekend to teach at The Stamp Attic, and staying up too late talking to Wendy lol
Whilst I was down there the new Invoke Arts stamps came in. I just had to have this Paris Ledger stamp, and made a quick CAS card with it in my cardmaking workshop on Saturday, More about the workshops tomorrow, but until then, I need to announce the winner of my USArtQuest giveaway. Random.org picked 19 which is
Congratulations! I'll get your ATC out to you ASAP :)
I've now reached the end of my designer term with USArtQuest, but would like to thank them for having me, and for supplying me with such great product - I had fun! Thanks :)