I’ve just sent off a selection of pieces to the Junction Art Gallery in Woodstock (Oxfordshire).
It might be the name Woodstock making me feel wistful and reflective (and just a little bit cheesy), but I love having pieces at a new gallery, it makes me look at my work in a fresh light. In choosing pieces to send, I need to put together a selection that works well together, and that fits with both mine and the gallery’s approach. This often has the knock-on effect of making me reassess the pieces I have available and what I plan to make next.
I’ve also been working on how I’m represented online. So, I’ve just updated some images and info on the fantastic Craft Finder website and bought a new domain name for my own website: elainebolt.com (you’re already here). I’m also working on building up a small collection of work available through the new online shop Home of Artisans.
I still have lots of other places where my work is represented that could do with some refreshing and I’ll keep working on that. But for now I’ve got to get myself back to the garden…