All posts by Libby Smith

A selection from this week’s page-a-day sketchbook challenge

One of my favourite pages this week. I did this page earlier in the week when we had snow. White wax crayon overlaid wth ink. Todays offering was a complete surprise – just splashed some ink on the page and scratched into it, then added further layers. Just a selection from this weeks’s page-a-day-sketchbook challenge. […]

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February Page-a-day-sketchbook Challenge

I am taking part in a page-a-day-sketch book challenge for February set up by friend Pat Dennis. This is the third year I have taken part and I enjoy the discipline of getting something down on paper each day. #pageadaysketchbookchallengefeb2021

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Good Light

The light level has been exceptional these last couple of day which makes so much difference when deciding if colour is right and I can get on stitching.

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Self Portrait

This is the piece of work I entered for the Knit and Stitch Portrait Competition, expressing my feelings about being in lock down. Angela Brookford

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Work in Progress by new EAST Member Vinny Stapley

I am fascinated by intertidal zone plants, these delicate natural forms that grow in glorious overlapping profusion, their network of roots literally ‘meshing’ together our fragile coastline, reducing the destructive energy of the sea as it flows in and around them. I have found an analogy between these root networks and the ‘world wide web’ […]

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