To celebrate the start of our Easter Holidays, the sunshine & my recent prints I have decided to do my first ever GIVAWAY!
I am going to give a mounted copy of my Oyster-catcher print to one lucky person.
To enter this all you need to do is subscribe to my blog- leave a comment & like my facebook page. ( https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lou-Tonkin-Art-Graft/118577118182463?ref=tn_tnmn )
I would be delighted if you could all share this little bit of holiday happiness, I look forward to your feedback & I will draw a name out of a hat at the end of the two weeks.
Thank you & goodluck
The workshop today at St Just-in-Roseland can only be described as blissful!
A beautiful journey through The Roseland to get there, to a lovely funny little old fashioned hall ‘The Institute’ & a small group of extremely nice & interesting women. We made little pouches/purses again (which seems to be a favourite) they learnt the skills to ‘resist’ felt with wet felting then after our lovely sunny lunch in the garden looking over the creek towards Mylor they had a go at some needle felting to create a design. Smiles all round I’m very much looking forward to seeing them again as new friends.
It’s felt making day in St Just in Roseland, there is still space if you want to come & learn something new on this lovely sunny day! See you there at 10.15am.
A couple of new prints on my print page, a crepuscular Owl looking out over Gorran Haven Harbour & a sunny spring Oystercatcher from Vault beach!
A fabulous couple of days at the Duchy, lovely people, hard work & truly satisfying results- & amazing lunch as a super treat in their award winning cafe!
I’ve just finished my print of Portmellon for a commission.
I’m thinking about getting some cards printed of my seaside lino cuts, what do you think? Would people buy them?