One week later, it hasn’t changed much! Unbelievably our Prime Minister is himself struggling with the virus. What a great deal he, and his ministers have had to face, I would not be in their shoes!
I have managed to curb my need to run off out into the garden at last! Helped by the good ol’ English weather turning grey and wet! Looking for an up side on even the smallest things helps this national curfew!
It has been amazing to see and hear how the wildlife has started tiptoeing back into villages and towns. Seeing an image of a group of deer lying in someone’s front lawn in Scotland brought a smile! The pollution levels are said to have dropped, how many more natural positives are coming to light? Perhaps this is a time to give a new sense of value?
With these inspirational images of wildlife coming – it must have given me a new start. A dry felted squirrel, a goose, and many animals to come. Thank you to the beautiful wildlife of Britain!
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I’m an art teacher in the community teaching drawing, painting, and crafts in Birmingham, Solihull, and Warwickshire.
I create my own small clay work, felting and mixed media artwork and these are displayed with prints of my work at various galleries, currently Birmingham, Kenilworth, Royal Leamington Spa. I have also exhibited collage in The Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry.
I graduated with BA(Hons) from the University of Central England (formerly Birmingham Polytechnic) many years ago! I went on to complete PGCE(PCE) and have thoroughly enjoyed teaching art and craft ever since!
I teach for several institutions and am also freelance. My private art classes began in Solihull January 2018. Please drop me a line using the Contact page if you would like further information and to make purchases of my art and craft artwork.
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