These Preston postcards were so bright, and I expected the western sun to eventually dull them, but I didn’t expect them to then match the existing decor so beautifully.
It requires a different strategy. Gone is the idea of building the frame and filling in the middle. The edge is black, all the way round, with the barest of subtle variations. Only one side can be built with any confidence. This jigsaw was intended as a treat once the last uni assignment had beenContinue reading “One row at a time”
It’s that time again: the yearly trip to The Archibalds on Tour. We were off to see portraits in paint. On the way, I found my attention drawn to architectural features and streetscapes … this in spite of the fact people would be the focus of the exhibition and I wanted to write a blogContinue reading “Archibalds”
Not inspirational. Not intimidating. But sufficiently interesting to be worth the drive.
54 pieces in each. These two seem right at home together.