Can you believe that it is now July and the last post was in April?
Three beautiful years came to an end when I handed in my Final Masters Project on May 16th and left the print room for a while. It has been such an amazing experience and I am thankful to everyone who supported me during this time, especially my husband, Barry McCuan. I have to say that the Print room at Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University is absolutely wonderful and I am going to be dragged kicking and screaming from the print room when it is finally all over in September! John Williams, our genius of a technician has added to the fabulous experience with his technical prowess. Not only is John a wonderful technician, but he is also an inspired artist in his own right having graduated with an MA from Camberwell School of Art a number of years ago. So anyone thinking of doing an MA in Printmaking.... Cambridge is a great choice!
Barry arrived a few days after I handed in my project and we drove down to Cornwall and had a lovely few days down there. I needed the break before we came back to sort out my Dad's house. It has been really tough, and the newly discovered underground water leak hasn't helped! Hopefully it will be fixed soon... it has only been five months since I first reported it. Lovely insurance companies!!!!!
|Painting on Chapel Porth beach|
|On the Coastal path above Kynance Cove, Cornwall.|
|Eddie the perfect painters' companion!|
I have managed to get a small amount of painting done, mainly in my sketch book, but now I am back in the print room preparing for our MA show. There are just a few more things I want to add to my installation, but here is a sneak preview!
|Entomology - etchings|
Will be back sooner next time!