Under the expert eye of Bodger Richard, we began our adventure into the world of Iron Age woodcarving. Using the intricate patterns found on pottery from Glastonbury Lake Village and figurative designs from prehistoric metalwork, we chose a target and started tap, tap, tapping away.
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‘I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness, starving
hysterical naked’ – Howl
One hell of an intro for a poem.
One thing you have to say about Ginsberg – he knew how to get your attention. 460 more words
So much has happened over the last week or so, its hard to keep track!
The first chunk of excitement came with a huge technological leap being made by us, through a weekend spent with one of the country’s leading Anglo-Saxon woodworking specialists, Richard Darrah. 317 more words
Well, ’tis done at last! My part of the SE5 Art Trail, that is. I decorated the Roundhouse with my Stained Glass Effect Window Clings’, adding some borders to the windows on 3 sides of the building, then sat around for 4 hours each day hoping people would come to see it. 278 more words