What a sight to wake up to on a cold winters morning - a blanket of thick frost over everything. Armed with camera, and a thick warm coat, I couldn't resist taking a detour on my way to the studio. The air was still, the grasses and branches coated with ice crystals, all bathed in a soft gentle light. I spent a pleasant hour surounded by the gentle rustle of ice crystals softly falling to the ground. Wonderful!
The landscape was a delight with it's rich array of texture and light. Even the puddles offerred some interesting details. Pebbles and stones wrapped in ice with the sunlight drawing outlines around them.
Within an hour or so the sun had broken through the mist, raising the tempreture from -1 to +1. Enough to melt the frost and return the scene to its more muted winter tones.
A great time had by all!. Newspaper Fish kites blowing in the breeze welcomed visitors to the event. We were delighted and grateful to all those visitors who made the day feel really special. We will now be planning our next event, a workshop Bookbinding for the Curious. No expereince required, just enthusiasum and cuiousity. More infomation will be posted on artbookart.com
I am also part of Bookscapes Collective.
Bookscapes is a group of six artists that have developed a group practice specialising in site specific interventions and exhibitions.