19Feb

Clew BayContinue Reading

11Feb

11Feb

in the quarry on Pule Hill hidden where the rock has been blasted away and nestled beneath the grass and ferns SNOWContinue Reading

11Feb

Marsden to Ilkley poems by Simon Armitage carved into the stones by Pip Hall following the trail PuleContinue Reading

11Feb

black buds waiting for spring, black lesions where the disease takes hold   Continue Reading

11Feb

November 2012 Ash still in leaf Tunnel End   80 million ash trees are threatened by die back disease mythology says,  roots in the abyss and crown in the heaven, tree of  healingContinue Reading

10Feb

Along the way I gathered twigs and flowers to work into the tapestry to record the journey, woven together on an ash loom with fleece from a Swaledale  reared on the moor.Continue Reading

10Feb

walking along the Huddersfield Narrow Canal to Tunnel End collecting material for a tapestryContinue Reading

26Nov

‘At heart I could not really understand why, in the same way that we used paints to create a picture, it is not possible to use materials such as old train tickets, pieces of string, bicycle spokes, and so on…. in a word, all the old bric-a-brac stored away in an attic or among piles […]Continue Reading

26Nov