If I did not have a prior commitment tonight, I would certainly
have gone to Mudlarks Cafe in Hertford to listen to the fabulous duo The
Goldbacks. C’est la vie as they say.
Shame we cannot be in more than one place at once especially at this
busy time of year.
It has definitely been a busy time for me over
the past couple of weeks with one thing or another and with Christmas just around the corner. Selecting sixteen paintings for the Mudlarks
Show took up lots of time. Knowing that
the venue was a cosy and quirky hub of activity with all ages frequenting at
different times of the day, I wanted to keep the collection fun, contemporary and
eclectic. So hopefully there is
something for all to enjoy.
Me straight after hanging the paintings.
Thanks to David Holliday, my close friend and Chairman of Mudlarks and my hubby David Moore for helping me with the display.
Who knows maybe the crowd listening to The
Goldbacks tonight may even appreciate my Flavours painting. A bottle of wine, some blues and soul music
and there we have it. A perfect evening
Last week Hubby and I spent a fabulous day admiring and
enjoying the wonderful sights and sounds offered by a late chilly November day
in Cambridge. A city obviously getting
ready for the Christmas festivities to come.
This is a tiny glimpse of how I experienced Cambridge
through a camera lens and then eventually with the aid of a brush back in my
Sketch of a Cambridge Clock Tower
A quick watercolour wash of autumn leaves.
I could not resist taking a photo of these gorgeous teddies
sitting so well behaved in a shop window.
All of them are waiting patiently for someone to give them a hug.