what’s in a name?

we’ve had this book (and others by the same author) for years

when it came time to find a name for my business, it seemed fitting to use its title

cecil roberts wrote this book to describe his renovation of a cottage outside london in the 1930’s, just before the second world war

london has now swallowed up this rural idyll, but we believe the cottage still exists

click here to find out more about cecil roberts

exhibition by linda burns 4

recently i had the privilege of attending the opening of linda burns’ first solo exhibition at the golden gate gallery, mathinna, tasmania

this is the final post showing photos of this exhibition – but certainly not the last we’ll hear of this talented artist

a range of beautifully constructed bowls and a geometrically decorated platter –

some  serving dishes –

a selection of bowls decorated in similar glazes –

and bowls in more earthy colours –

last – but definitely not least – the historic cottage which is the golden gate gallery

if you would like to visit the gallery, check out a map of the area first so you don’t get lost – just type mathinna, tasmania in the search box

click here to visit linda burns’ facebook page

if you missed the first 3 posts about this exhibition, you can see them here –

exhibition by linda burns 1

exhibition by linda burns 2

exhibition by linda burns 3