Back Home in the UK

Well, I have been here for a couple of days now and thank goodness this morning I woke up to a beautiful sunny autumn morning after one very gloomy day and a day of continuous rain! Above are a couple of photos from my Dad’s garden, since I haven’t managed to get down to work yet as I have my son with me. My daughters met me from the airport, which was lovely!

Loriann Signori posted the second part of her interview the other day, so I hope you will take a look. I think she has done a great job!

Plus I have finally managed to do a new website. I keep finding little glitches, and hopefully I have fixed them all, but do let me know if I missed something!


Back in New Mexico

It has taken me a week to get over jet lag and feel somewhat normal again. You would think after nearly 16 years of toing and froing between the US and the UK I would be used to it, but I think it gets harder! Something to do with being 55 maybe?!

Anyway, all kinds of things have turned up and changed and now I have decided to postpone my workshop because I have been invited to submit two paintings to the Howard Mandville small works show this October, plus I am working on my three pieces for the Albquerque Museum show and have decided to return to the UK at the end of October, so all in all I have my work cut out for me. Oh, I forgot to mention, I have three dear friends, whom I have know since art college days visiting for three weeks on Monday, so that might make a dent in my production!

Enjoy the lonely wet sheep until I have something from the studio to post!