Busy bee, news about next years willow sculpture activities – autumn /winter update

Autumn/ Winter update ( November 21)

I don’t know about you but I love the autumn and winter  the changing seasons are amazing and autumn and spring are definitely my favorite seasons

I am looking forward to my first willow harvest , I only have e a small plot so not enough to be self sufficient but there is something specials about growing and harvesting your own materials and I am looking forward to using them in some of my creations next year.

With so many changes it has been strange a year hasn’t it, I’ve been busy with workshops and activities. and I now have many activities and dates arranged for the first half of next year with more being planned  I already have people booking on and others buying a gift for someone special so the ways things are going its going to be a busy year ahead

I am really enjoying my time as artist in residence at Tudor House Museum in Southampton, having time out to experiment and create is really important and it is rejuvenating me with fresh ideas

I have also been fortunate to have been able to have been involved in some  great art exhibitions  and art  fairs this year this year if your interested in finding out more about these pop over to my other site https://www.jrolls.co.uk/

It is always great fun being outside teaching this year  and I have loved providing workshops at amazing outdoor venues such as Butser Ancient Farm however now that the winter is setting in I am glad t o be back indoors.

If you are interested in seeing some of my work I am showing some of my work at Westbury Manor Museum in Fareham  until the New Year, if your interested in finding out more pop over to my events page for more details,

It has  been great fun visiting  school projects again and  I have been out visiting local groups which is always a pleasure.



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