This year I will be doing fewer events. I have old animals and want to stay home and spend last days with them, and also I find that all the travelling fragments my work so much. I want to stay home and paint and sculpt and walk. So, when I am out and about do come and see me. These are the events I have booked in so far.
Somerset Arts Week. An exhibition, opening Saturday 3rd October with Tamsin Abbott and Eleanor Bartleman and a launch of The Wild Swans.
Walking with swans on Sunday 4th Oct.
We will be walking and reading from The Wild Swans in the woods around Dulverton, then returning to the gallery for afternoon tea and book signing. For more information see Dulverton’s blog post. This is a ticketed event and tickets can be bought from Number Seven. Spaces are limited.
Crickhowell Literature Festival, Crickhowell
Very proud to be part of the very first festival organised by Book-ish in Crickhowell.
I will be painting in the Library on Saturday 10th October.
On Sunday I will be talking about The Wild Swans, again in the library from 1pm-2.30pm. Nicola Davies is speaking in the library before me so why not come to both events. Then Catherine Barr takes over. The festival is packed full with wonderful events for all ages.
I will be in the Griffin bookshop painting, between 11 and 1pm on Monday 12th. Then talking about The Queen of the Sky in The Gallery,All Saints Church, Penarth in the afternoon.
Solva Woollen Mill
Some time in April 2016
In April we are planning a very special event to celebrate the launch of the re-issue of The Seal Children in hardback by Otter-Barry Books. This will be a ticketed event, weather dependent, and, we hope, very magical. For more information watch this space…..
Signed books can be ordered any time from Solva Woollen Mill. Dedications can be added once form is sent, via email. They ship anywhere and there is no extra charge for signing.