I have a lot of catching up do!
I haven’t posted for a while due to being forcibly occupied with the real world, as opposed to the world of Pigeon that exists in my head. In this world I imagine that anyone who is reading this, (or even knows I exist – Mum are you still reading these posts?) believes that there really is a city-pigeon sitting at a desk typing away with it’s beak after a hard days work scavenging and sketching.
So! Here is a rough round up of everything I have been up to in last few months.
You can see the full exhibition here.
In September got to exhibit with Stitch Ink again in the Grain Barge in Bristol through Drawn in Bristol.
You can also see the full exhibition online here.
Meanwhile I had been working on some drawings:
Experimenting with an idea I had of Photobombing animals…
And various other drawings…
Then there was Christmas where I had stock in Paper Scissors Stone through Made in Bristol and saw my last month in BS8
And making cover artwork for the Cheltenham Poetry Society and Armchair Committee…
And finally two pieces I made this week…
That’s about all for now, I’m looking forward to being inspired by Spring and the promise of warmer weather!
Last week I launched my Etsy shop, yaaaay! So you Brits still have time to order from it to get some lovely gifts in time for Christmas:
And these are things I drew at the gift fair to keep me occupied…
Catch up again soon!
Last weekend I went to a Winter Fair in Canning Town with big-sister-pidge. Not a good turn out, but the stall looked great and we sold a couple of items, including Catfish originale (shown below), who I am currently mourning the new homing of.
Other things I took to the gift fair:
And lastly my Etsy shop is open! So now you can buy some of these lovely things in my shop by clicking the link below. Yaaaay! More gifts to be posted in my shop in the next week (when they are delivered!)
I have just sent my Christmas cards to print. These include the turkey and the robin I have posted previously and my alternative to the 12 Days of Christmas, seen below. If all goes to plan these will be available for the Made in Bristol Gift Fair at Colston Hall on the 10th and 11th of December. I hope you like!