I have a confession to make. [Aside from wilfully feeding the Alberese fox] I was hoping to hold out for a little longer, but today I caved and turned on the … Continue reading
Following on from the previous Silversmithery of the Past post. An odd eclectic selection – some of these items were commissioned, others were gifts to friends, or commissioned by friends for … Continue reading
It’s been a long time coming, chipping away at it in spare moments, but the Hedgerow Mercenary collage is now complete. I’ll mount and frame it when I return from … Continue reading
What has become of the fox? My teacher, Ken Raffe, said that it would be a shame to keep Sir Fox penned up in a sketch book and thought that … Continue reading
This fox – handmade with much love by moi from copper and sterling silver – will be bundled up and heading to its new owner tomorrow.
I worked on the fox drawing a little more yesterday at Ken’s, although most of the morning was spent chatting to everyone and photographing their work over their shoulders (I’ll … Continue reading