The other day Max and I went to Blue-Ginger Gallery, near Malvern, Worcestershire, with his mum to prep some work they were both exhibiting.
Above: the view from the car park.
Below: inside the gallery.
There was quite a lot there that I wanted to take home with me, I think knowing that we’re moving soon has just made me so excited to get nice things to fill our new house with. Like these beautiful ceramic boats and submarines by Richard Goodwin-Jones…
And these stunning pieces by Hannah Willow (I especially love the cow in the middle!)
But back to the task at hand! I was on tape-cutting and measuring duties while Max positioned and framed. I must say, the pieces turned out pretty nice!
His work (above) will be exhibited and available to purchase from next week at the gallery if you’ve fallen a bit in love with it like I often do.
All that tape cutting and measuring made me hungry so Karin, Max’s mum, kindly treated us to some tea and cake before we left. I had pear and ginger, it was amazing.
I also wanted to quickly point out how cool this tiny dish is that Max’s creme fraiche came in…
You can see more of Max’s work at:
and Karin’s at:
And I wanted to add this photo of Max because it makes me laugh…
Thanks for reading!