At the moment I am busily drawing pictures of endangered animals. This is for the “Discover the Endangered Animal” trail that will take place in Stroud this May (from 8th to 26th of May) as part of the SIT Select Art Trail. My drawings will feature as cardboard cut-outs in shop windows around town, joined together as a trail for children with a free badge at the end of it.
Above is an earlier attempt at a pangolin, who looks far too melancholy to include.
This year will have a particularly Victorian theme as I am developing my “Growing Victorians in Your Garden” book (as featured on this website) as a live performance/illustrated talk.
The first performances of this will be at the Stroud Steampunk Weekend on 25th and 26th of May. On the two weekends prior to this I will be turning the small shed at Atelier Craft Club in Stroud into a potting shed and running various activities related to growing Victorians.
More details to follow. And if you are interested in putting on this illustrated talk, please drop me a line through the Contact page.