Notice the little things…

On my wander today, I came across the perfect place to sketch, on the root of a Beech tree covered in moss. Earlier, I had been thinking about those who might prefer to sketch the things they discover on their walks, the little things. So today was about noticing the little things. Nature will bear…

Nature’s Lanterns

Inspired by Nature Photography Exhibition is showing at Made in the Marches Gallery in Kington, Herefordshire until the end of September 2018. The exhibition will allow you a view into my creative world, capturing magic moments in time when the natural light and nature come together. It transports you into a borrower’s macro, close-up world,…

The World of Colour

It’s an exciting time as I prepare for my first Photographic Exhibition in a Gallery.  Annie at Made in the Marches Gallery has provided me this exciting opportunity.  It’s amazing what can happen when you go for a walk into town. For a while now I have been trying to find the best way to…

5 Tips for Painting with Plants

This week I was Painting with Plants with colleagues at the Woodland Trust.  It’s an exciting time to discover the colours of nature.  I’ve added some top tips below so you can have a go.

Castlerigg Stone Circle

I was very excited to visit Castlerigg Stone Circle, on an adventure near Keswick.  It’s an amazing place to visit, nestled on a hill top; the plateau it sits on forms a raised centre of a natural amphitheatre created by the surrounding fells. I was able to see some of the highest peaks in Cumbria,…

Into the fresh air…

I’m excited  to see what I discover on my creative walk this weekend. I love spending time sketching Outdoors  in nature. Instagram: @thewalkingsketchbook

New Year Adventure

Today I wandered to a place which inspires me about my past travels. Water-Break-Its-Neck is a middle-earth kind of place, with a huge tumbling waterfall nestled in a ravine in Radnorshire. As I look up, I see trees clinging to the rocks and dangling down the banks, dripping with mosses and lichens. I’m instantly transported…