A busy run up to Christmas- Here's where you can find me, and news of another wood engraving lesson in the new year.
My first outing of the season is on the eve of advent and it is at the exciting Artist and Makers Fayre at Lewes Town Hall. This has in the past been the most amazing event- drawing in huge crowds- so I'm really looking forward to that.
There is chance to visit me at my workshop (Village Works, East Hoathly, BN86QA.) on the 4th of December (9.15am to 12.30). As part of "Christmas Shopping" my neighbour "The Sussex Flower School" is hosting a coffee morning and an arts and crafts fayre raising money for nearby Laughton Primary School. Pop in a say hello!
I shall be returning to Lewes for late night shopping, Thursday 5th December (more details here) not only is my work to be found at "Lewesiana" the rather lovely tea rooms and florist at the top of the High Street and also the exciting Hive Pop up shop (66 High Street, Lewes)
The Pop up Shop runs through out December and January- and is in fact already open now- there is a staggering array of artist and makers on display, so pop in and be amazed!
As if all that wasn't enough, I shall be in the Town Hall at Carnival Creative, during the eveninig of late night shopping.
And then on Sunday 8th of December I will be at the National Trusts Birling Gap for a Christmas Fayre (more details Here)
East Hoathly village is having a late night opening on thursday 12th of December. Lots to see and do- come and explore our village shop's Christmas Store in their beautiful Georgian Cellars- all very magical. I'll be joining in with the evening by having my Christmas Open Studio- come and say hello- there'll be mulled cider and mince pies on my workshop stove.
If you would like to come and find me at my workshop, I'm never that far away- give me a call and we'll arrange a time.
And last but not least I am planning another of my popular "An introduction to wood engraving" workshops- that is planned for the 30th of January- more details here a perfect Christmas present! Here's a bit more information within a blog I wrote earlier this year and some lovely feed back from some of my past students (click here)