Autumn concertina book

Autumn concertina book

Friday, 12 October 2018

Skomer- puffins- continued.

 The little book cover finished! So now I am working on the picture that I left half done last year. There were other dead lines to keep and I like this so much it takes courage to work on it further. Still I am determined to finish it. This is the right hand side.


 Details of the puffin in the grasses. Working on the left hand side today.
And the Autumn colours developing in the garden. This is my studio view. ( well yesterday in the sunshine!) I am so lucky.

4 comments:

  1. what a beautiful studio and your puffins are a delight!

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  2. Ahhhhh Louise, just came from Mo's pennant : LOVE all your stitched birds !
    (ha, thought I recognized the lapwing for a European bird !)

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    1. Thanks Els! The lovely lapwing used to be a normal sight in fields everywhere when I was child but like all farm birds has got rarer as farming practices become more intensive. Luckily for us there are lots on the mudflats of the River Severn. We go bird watching at a glorious place called Slimbridge WWT.

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