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Today the weather is wild! The wind and rain is whipping around my house in a continuous surge of chaotic energy. Nothing at all like my mosaic here depicting winter on a beautiful evening in the snow. I remember an evening like this a few years ago, a bit later on in the winter, January or February, which is normally the time we get snow, if we get snow.

This is part 4 of a series I am working on for an exhibition in January at the Hawthorn Contemporary Craft Gallery in Blandford Forum, Dorset. It’s called “When the World Was Old

When The World Was Old
When The World Was Old

Whatever you celebrate this winter, keep warm, safe, and have fun 🙂 x

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  1. How do you finish the edges of a piece like this? What substrate do you use? Your work is awesome!

    1. Hi Chris. This one is finished using black grout around the edges. The substrate is plywood, but if I am working on a bigger piece or a piece for outdoors I use cement board.

  2. That is really bright and cheerful, Kate! 🙂 I like the three favored wise trees.
    Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to you and yours! Peace, Uncle Tree ▲

    1. Thank you Uncle Tree. It is from the three trees series – not really taken from the three trees Christian tale but open to interpretation -more coming soon! Peace to you, Happy Christmas 🙂

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