Thursday, May 27, 2010
Monday, May 24, 2010
Had a lot of fun at the Art in the Park exhibition at Glasgow's Southside Festival and met lots of nice people. Quite a few people were asking about my work and were asked about commissioning new work. If there was a piece you were interested in getting new work made or in one of my pieces that you so on display then please drop me an email.
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Tuesday, May 18, 2010
This weekend is the Art in the Park exhibition that Ann has organised as part of the Southside Festival. Looks like it will be really cool, there's lots of interesting artists taking part and a new introduction this year - Print for a Pony (Artist prints for £25). Definetly a nice way to spend a sunny weekend with music on the Saturday from the Ballachulish Hellhounds and live Jazz on the Sunday.
Saturday, May 15, 2010
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A print from a series of illustrations I made which showed different professions and the equipment associated with that job. One of a series that I've just uploaded to my Etsy and Folksy. I'm just new to the Etsy and Folksy world so still learning the ropes but everyone seems very friendly so far.
Friday, May 14, 2010
Here is the full range of greetings cards that I recently made. These were all made from images I already had. Now that I've started thinking about making greetings cards I've got tons of ideas, think they could be a lot of fun to draw.
They will be added to my folksy and etsy shops soon though will probably have to be in sets of 5 to make it worth peoples postage.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Friday, May 07, 2010
Sunday, May 02, 2010
So the last few weeks have been super busy on the Common of Houses: Electoral Reform competition I set up. Its been a lot of work but there have been moments of fun mixed in there somewhere.
I was down in London last weekend to meet up with the judges and sort through the entries. The volcano kinda messed things up somewhat, with dozens and dozens of requests for an extention of time and the judges all getting scattered to the four winds and unable to fly home. In the end it all went pretty well though and it was fun to meet and chat with the judges and I think a worthy winner was chosen. The eventual winner has suggested that ice-cream vans replace the polling booths and that we vote by choosing a free ice-cream flavour which represents the party we like best. Over the next few days I'll be uploading all the reast of the entries and the late arriving entries but in the mean time we need your votes to choose which prize the winners should get click here and tell us.