Just in case you missed it on TV, my Minerva Owl was one of those featured in the media launch for this year’s sculpture trail around the World Heritage city of Bath and surrounding area.
I painted an Owl for my sponsors at Cumberwell Park, who have a major conservation programme to protect many of the birds, animals, trees and plants featured in my design.
Cumberwell Park is the only venue on the Trail with Little Owls in their natural habitat and Lucy, Matt, Chris and Sue at the Park are putting on special owl-related activities for all ages over the summer. So please do visit my Cumberwell Owl as part of the Trail if you possibly can.
For directions to Cumberwell Park just click here.
You can also get more information about the Minerva Trail as a whole, including the various good causes it’s raising money for, by clicking here.
Thank you so much to everyone who was able to visit my open studio last weekend.
Apart from the slight lull around Saturday lunchtime(something to do with a competing event in Windsor!) it was wonderful to see so many friends, as well as to make lots of new ones.
It’s always such an inspiration to talk to others about art, so please don’t hesitate to get in contact with me at any time.
PS look out for news about the result of the Prize Draw for my latest Tiffany Glass Coloring Book in my next Newsletter!
I’m busy decorating one of the owls which will form part of the 2018 Minerva’s Owls Bath Sculpture Trail.
And even better, I’ll be working with sponsors who are absolutely committed conservationists in a beautiful setting teeming with wildlife (including three different types of owl – seventh heaven for me!).
I’m opening my studio in Bath, as part of the Widcombe Art Trail, on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May from 10.30am-5.30pm
My theme is Flora and Fauna and the centrepiece will be my new Painted Petal Collage Collection. Plus there’ll be other new paper art to see, a Colouring Corner and a chance to win a copy of my Tiffany Glass Coloring Book with its 80+ drawings of flowers, leaves and dragonflies. Some of the work on display will also be available for purchase.