The Big Banners can be seen in an exhibition @ The Lighthouse (3rd floor) until the 5th November 2017. It is an art project part of The Mackintosh Festival. Young people are very open to creativity and they have no … Continue reading Give a girl a brush ! The Big Banner Project in the colours of a rainbow !
If you would like a copy of this book, you can order it Here If you live in The UK and if you live overseas Here. A group a Glasgow Poet went into a basement storage a few months back … Continue reading Honest Error – Glasgow Poets on Charles Rennie Mackintosh
This morning took me to the South Side of the City, a community cafe by the name of The Glendale Women’s Cafe. I was to meet there ladies who meet once a week in that community led Cafe with a … Continue reading The Glendale Women’s Cafe workshop – #stencillingisforthemany
During his own Festival and in his own church Mackintosh is calling all stencilling beginners for a one day class this October !!! If you want to book or see details click here Queen’s cross church is a beautiful church designed … Continue reading Mackintosh is calling all beginners !
My next workshops : My next Eco Printing workshops will be: In Glasgow in my West end Studio during the week end of the 11-12 August : Info here In Edinburgh at The Remakery on the 25th August Info here In … Continue reading When Nature meets Culture, the magic of Eco Printing
I will be running a workshop on the 29th July as part of the Merchant City Festival on how to stencil “Greek Thomson Style” ! For details and bookings check Here The Victorians were definitively interested in style ! After all … Continue reading In Thomson Greek Style
Up-cycling furniture Week end in Glasgow on the 22/23rd July, we will make chalk paint and work on your own furniture. Click here for details and booking Up-cycling furniture 10 weeks block starting on the 14th September, you will make chalk … Continue reading Make Chalk Paint ! and Up-Cycle !!!
Very rarely you get the chance to be involved in a project driven by “goodness” but a few times in your artist life you come across someone who just wants out of sheer work and creativity to set the record … Continue reading Remember ! Remember ! The makers of the Mackintosh Wartime furniture !
If you ask me of an advantage of sticking to the same job for many years ! The one that comes to my mind is the pleasure of working with old friends ! No need to try and understand a … Continue reading Together we made some chairs ! For an Art Lover’s House
In 1917, Charles Rennie Mackintosh refurbished to the highest possible standard of both design and realisation a house at 78, Derngate – Northampton England for Mr Basset Lowkes a local industrialist. A very stylish property for the Art Lover that … Continue reading Making Mackintosh… 78, Derngate centenary events – stencilling workshop and heritage talk !