The latest news on the art front involves my new exhibition at Aradia, a source of exquisite Tuscan delights and a gorgeous space to present artwork. I am so pleased to be Aradia's "Summer" Artist of the Season until 1st August. On Wednesday I spent a few hours preparing my display and this is how it looks!
|Just to give you an idea, much better if you can see it in person!|
|Aradia Global Ltd. |
Chapel House, 70 Jagger Lane, Emley Moor, Huddersfield, HD8 9TF.
Aradia is situated almost directly below the Emley Moor Transmitting Mast so you can't go wrong finding the place :) Here's a picture I took the first time I visited, couldn't fit it all in the photo, my bike looks tiny!
|Emley Moor Mast - A Grade II listed building and the tallest freestanding structure in the UK|
Read more about Aradia and it's gorgeous array of Tuscan produce online here http://www.aradiaglobal.com/
And a few photos taken while I've been out surveying in my ecology job which I'm loving so far!
|Translocating a female Great Crested Newt|
|Handsome Male GCN|
|Patterns in nature (acted of their own accord!)|
|A very obliging Field Vole, not camera-shy!|
|Heath Spotted-orchid I think, not yet in flower|
That's all for now, hoping everyone is enjoyng spring in full flow! Nest building and chick feeding is all a-go-go in the garden, I'll leave you with this recently fledged Robin who was having its tea last night while I was doing the washing up, waiting patiently for its parent to come back with juicy green caterpillars! You can still see what's left of its bright yellow gape :)
Counting down the days until I deliver my Mountain Gorillas portrait to the Mall Galleries in London for the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year Exhibition!