2020 is at the beginning of the year which hopefully is going to be fabulous. I have lots of ideas floating around with new drawings of a different style alongside some new maps. Connecting with nature, the past and present making our journey memorable with our #memorymaps of which I usually add one or two more each year as we discover new waterways. 2019 saw the London Waterways Map come into print, this year we are hoping to travel down the Oxford Canal and onto the Thames during the summer, thus making our way once more through London.
The new maps will have a Steampunk twist to them, alongside some steampunk birds which have already begun to take a little shape. The journey continues to take its twist and turns just like it has done from the beginning.
We hope to see you along the way once our plans which often are quite loose plans, come into being.
We love to meet the boats we read about.
The sights and sounds of London Town, today we met the Kinder Transport
July saw the hosting of a music event, hosted by the Record Deck at Mile End, London
All twittered which seems quite appropriate really! Find me on twitter : https://twitter.com/jellygnomes
Finally I have hooked up with twitter: a big learning curve for me. March has been a fantastic month and so far the year is going with a bang. After having a drawing with prose accepted to be part of the Hexopolis project at the Leeds Art Book Fair – which was so exciting I must add. So I am now dashing about between drawing and the framers getting ready for the Audlem Mill - Canal Art Exhibition. A small exhibition which will have the largest collection of canal and waterways related artworks on display and for sale.
Audlem Mill Limited, The Wharf, AUDLEM, Cheshire CW3 0DX, UK