Tag Archives: open studios

TIME FOR A BREAK

  Ok, I’m pretty sure I’m organised for Coastal Currents Open Studios 2017. It starts the day after tomorrow! Details can be found by clicking *here* – studio 69 on page 94. I’m a tad loose endish now. I know, I’m fascinated by numbers, let’s have a little Google. 94 then …   … oh, […]

THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM

A small intermission before Coastal Currents Open Studios 2017 kicks into action in just over a week. The East of Hastings section will be of particular interest.   This is Sean Sheep, one of the many voices in my head. Sit back and relax.

THREE WEEKS TO GO!!!

  There will be high art …   and some at table height …   and some at ground level.     The extensive grounds and outbuildings of the Cliff Top Residence will be open to the public between the hours of 2pm – 6pm on 2/3 & 9/10 of September 2017. Full details can […]

THE SHORT TEMPERED MAN OF FAIRLIGHT

  Although Grumpy has been created in Portugal he will have a significant role to play later in the year at the Cliff Top Residence during Coastal Currents Open Studios 2017. . He appears to be on his soap-box once again, well, perched at the base of a yucca plant actually. I couldn’t quite work out […]

THE ARTY TOURIST GUIDE

East Sussex is full of interesting places to visit and many have connecting themes.     The Long Man of Wilmington is a hill figure on the steep slopes of Windover Hill … near Wilmington surprisingly. In sight of this, although quite a long way away, is the fascinating Farleys House near Chiddingly, which has […]

GOOD LUCK!

  I’m very lucky. I have the time and inclination to change this …   … via this … … and adding it to this …   … to make this.     Now all I’ve got to do is work out how to display it in a freestanding position in the middle of the […]

LAST THROW OF THE DICE

This weekend is the last weekend of Coastal Currents Open Studios and, so far, it’s been grand. I’ll be adding some of these … … to the Mad Hatter’s tea table as a friendly nod to Tracey M&M’s notorious ‘My Bed’. I hope none spill out though … … as I don’t particularly want any […]

IS IT THE ART OR THE LAVATORY?

Using my super power of peripheral vision I noticed that many visitors to my Open Studios didn’t do as they were told. They missed out on this. I wasn’t surprised but I must admit to some disappointment. Ho hum

THE DIE IS CAST

My work is done. Everything is in place for my Open Studio exhibition ‘Thru the Keyhole’ and I’m ready to throw open the side gate. The responsibility is now firmly in the eyes and minds of any visitors. I shall, of course, be there to make cups of tea and coffee and hand round the […]

THE SOLUTION TO FRETTING

I have come up with a brilliant and effective solution to stop  people worrying about all those silly, unimportant things. On a particularly fretful day last week, I decided to run around the carpark outside Morrisons the supermarket, wearing nothing more than a smile and a hat. It was very freeing but the worries about […]