"Sail on the Clyde" by Emma S Davis
I found this image in a book I am reading at the moment and wanted to share it with you. The artist Emma S. Davis was born in Paisley (the town where I now live) and she went to Glasgow School of Art, (the same art school I went to, I started there the year Emma graduated!)
I think her work is beautiful, rich layers of texture and she captures landscapes that I am familiar with in such a colourful and positive way.
I couldn't find a website for Davis's work but here is a link to more of her work and other talented Scots!
I am still plodding away with the paper work and there are piles and piles of it to get through, but I am getting there. I am still keeping focused and sticking to my three things, well almost. I have started sneeking in a bit of sewing at bedtime, to shut my mind down and I'm having so much fun, photos are on the way I promise. Last night I started a new piece of cloth and I'm kind of doodling on cloth with thread if that makes any sense. A few months ago I started noting down proverbs and I'm going to incorporate them or use them as a base for some new work. So far my favourite is
"home is where the heart is"
what's your favourite proverb?