As well as carving spoons, The Ephemerist collects them. Digging in the vegetable plot yields a fantastic array of ceramic fragments - a new crop every year. This spoon - with only half a handle - is one of my favourites.
Friday, 20 April 2012
Finding and reading secondhand Swedish literature is a favourite occupation of The Ephemerist. The covers of these two caught my eye - published in the 1960s
Cover illustration by Per Ahlin
Cover Illustration by Ulf Lofgren
Posted by Bridget at 12:19
Sunday, 15 April 2012
And they also used to make lovely walking sticks from the tall cabbages as well as caldo verde from the leaves.
Posted by Bridget at 13:10
Wednesday, 11 April 2012
Two new screenprints created in response to a day at Moorbank Botanical Gardens in Newcastle University in the very creative company of poets and visual artists.
We were all invited by writer in residence Linda France
Some of the work forms part of 'Through the Garden Gate' at the Robinson Gay Gallery, Hexham from the 14th April and Linda will be reading some of her work from her new collection 'Through the Garden Gate' as part of the Hexham Book Festival
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