Some New Work

You may have noticed a certain lack of posts recently, and there is a reason for that – I’ve been working on a new range of products which I’ve literally just finished this week.

They are designs that I started while working in Reykjavik earlier this year and as a result I hope they have a light and Northern feel to them. I will add some very exciting stockists details shortly.

I am also happy to tell you that I have work in a new book, Languages of Colour, an anthology edited by Alexandra Loske which will be published by Frogmore PressΒ on 31st May. Frogmore Press is well known for its book cover art and I am delighted to show you the cover of Languages of Colour, by artist David J Markham.

And finally, the research I was carrying out on identifying some art nouveau wallpaper will be published in The Wallpaper History Review this September – and I’ve been on quite a trail attempting to uncover the designer.

Apologies for only writing about my own activities in this post but I was keen to let you know my lack of posting is for a reason!

Well, I’m off to stomp over some mountains this weekend so I hope to catch some good images to share with you next week.

Keep you posted…

21 thoughts on “Some New Work

  1. Wow! You’ve been busy! Congrats on all of your endeavours πŸ™‚ I love the series of mugs – they have very much of a light Northern feel to them πŸ™‚ The wispy branches are so pretty, and love the simplicity of the birds. The colours are great too πŸ™‚


  2. I love the mugs Niki they are absolutely gorgeous, especially the grey and yellow one. Congratulations on the book inclusion and looking forward to reading the wallpaper research:)


    • Thank you Sandra, that’s very kind. There is something very scary about showing new work – its all so personal don’t you think? what does it feel like at an opening, a Private View? I would think that would be terrifying! Mind you, not with your work on the walls!


  3. wow! You are SO talented. Love the simplicity of the birds and the delicacy of the grasses! You forgot to tell us where we can purchase. Book looks fascinating. How exciting! Enjoy the great outdoors! πŸ˜‰


  4. Those mugs are to die for! And congrats on the book! Yes, the blogging thing often needs to take a back seat. I think I’m lucky to blog once a month these days. Lot’s of applause for you from me!


  5. You are on a roll, girl. So, so proud of you – always have been though. The mugs are so striking and I am thrilled that ‘the powers that be’ also think so. And as for the book, well that just proves what we all know – you are a fantastic and knowledgeable writer. But far too modest. Let us toot your horn for you!


  6. Me again! I just wanted to tell you that I have nominated you for a Versatile Blogger award. Have a look at my latest post (tandoori cauliflower tart in an olive oil crust) to see what the deal is. I nominated you because I wanted you and my readers to know how much I admire you. I hope you don’t mind being grouped with a gaggle of foodies πŸ˜€


    • Wow, thank you soooo much! Delighted to sit along with a gaggle of foodies, how lovely! This is a real honour to be listed on your blog because I know how widely read your blog is, cor, very chuffed indeed, thank you!


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