The Path through the Wood

By Sally Pudney on 6th June 2018

I finished this painting before we ran the Festival, actually. But the monitor on my desktop computer packed in, which meant I couldn’t use the photo programme, WHICH MEANT . . . . that I although I could photograph the painting I couldn’t download the photo off my camera. Technology . . . . sigh! But now I’m up and running with a new monitor – so here is the new painting.

Called ‘The Path through the Wood’, it is a painting of Hillhouse Wood at West Bergholt – the Essex Wood of my 2016 painting project. It will be going to the Haylett’s gallery in July for the summer exhibition.

I’ve also been able to access a few more photos of the Festival. Here they are.

My stall at the Festival.

Naomi Brangwyn’s stained glass stall

Clare Kiely, facing the camera, in front of her alpaca textile stall, talking to Naomi Brangwyn, with Sue Carter in the background on the right. Clare is wearing one of her own nuno felted alpaca scarves.

Me, in my choir robes, introducing one of the hymns at the Community Songs of Praise . . .

. . . and Graham doing the same thing.

Meanwhile, back in my studio, I’ve finished another bluebell wood painting, which I will get photographed for tomorrow. And if it’s fine tomorrow I may get to Stratford St Mary for the next visit in my Four Seasons on the Stour project. I hoped to go at the end of May. But the end of May got a bit busy . . . .

Hope June has got off to a good start for you! 🙂



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