"My husband and father-in-law renovated an old coal shed and turned it into a studio. It has special lighting and an exhaust fan for painting. It’s a pretty luxurious coal shed!"Her latest show - Hilltops and Teapots - is now running at Peebles Art Centre to October 17 and you can see lots more of her paintings at her own site here.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
We don't feature enough of the creative output of shedworkers on Shedworking, something we're working on addressing over coming months. To set the ball rolling there is a nice feature on artist Rachel Sharp at the lovely Juliet Doyle's site Musings from a muddy island (indeed, Britain's most easterly inhabited island). Rachel talks about her work, her interest in colour and most importantly, her garden office studio:
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