Tagged: Words

Mr Thwaite’s Doll – pt II

“The old man took a tin from his pocket and opened it to show to his friends. I had been reading an exhibition catalogue studiously trying to not to appear interested in their conversation...

Mr Thwaite’s Doll

Mr Thwaite’s Doll

MrThwaites_Doll, originally uploaded by Goldtop. Mr Thwaite had this doll in a box in his pocket. He’d found it mudlarking and was chatting with his friends abut what it was.. (made of pipe clay,...

Willow

Willow

Or is it a bit sea-weedy? Anyhow, this is two words in one; Willow and Parish. I discovered I belong in the parish of Angell Town, and that not only was stripped willow used...

Newt repeat

Newt repeat

3rd May and still playing with newts… This time using a newt on a leaf to make a repeat pattern… I'd like this on fabric to use to make a skirt.. Maybe in the...

Catkin

Eugh – been a little while since doing some painting, and feels a bit stiff; these catkins (although I'm happy with the colours) look a bit like gherkins to me! Still, it was fun...

A child’s dictionary for 2009

A child’s dictionary for 2009

bugger celebrity, vandalism & block graphs – give me catkins, brooks, minnows, acorns, buttercups, herons, almonds, marzipan, ash, beetroot, bray, bridle, piglets, porpoises, gooseberries, ravens, carnations, blackberries, tulips, porridge and conkers…. Henry Porter reports...

wishes…

wishes…

So this week was a bit about wishes and I kept coming accross things that were wish related… dropping pennies into a fountain to hope a wish comes true, wishing on a star, Christmas...