We visited the butterfly’s at Wisley today. Wonderful to be warm, beautiful flowers, butterfly, colours and structures! ©Sophie Douglas
Having a baby 3 weeks ago changes Christmas! Lots of time before he was born to make decorations, no time after to put them up! Wooden tree by http://www.mja-wood.com/ Felt and other materials from Heathfield Crafts. ©Sophie Douglas
Great idea! Iconic phone box, used as a mini cafe, supports homeless people. This one is in Eastbourne by the pier.
Some days you believe you have taken on to many things and nothing is getting done. Some days you see that you are chipping away at lots of different projects and the reward will come later down the line. Some days you need to take stock and shut down those things that realistically will notContinue reading “Busy times”
Today I started on a new painting! It is an abstract landscape, it shows the movement in asthetics from the work I was producing in London (central row right), influenced by the environment I now live in (the landscape photographs). So far I have done 2 small studies, and started drawing out the large canvas.Continue reading “New painting “
Happy New Year one and all; and I hope this is the start of a fantastic, happy and healthy year! To start the new year I have started a new 365 day project, if you wish to follow please do! sophies365project Thank you! Sophie https://sophies365project.wordpress.com/
Thanks for following my blog in 2015! Here are a few of my favourite recent images. Enjoy!
Having actually got up early to take the dogs to the seaside I got home to deal with a giant marrow I was given. With it I made: ginger and narrow jam, ginger, orange and current cakes froze the spare marrow for later The extra flour I tried out some rough pastry. Who knew itContinue reading “The back off effect”
It is national fungus day! I didn’t even know we had one! ©www.sophiemayer.com 2015
Has anyone else been having problems with their WordPress app? I have not been able to post for a few weeks. Hope it has resolved now! Here’s a bit of what I have been up to recently! France: markets Hastings: getting lost Painting: expression and inspiration Listening to Al Weiwei and Tim Marlow. Interesting,Continue reading “Word pressing problems”