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The Battle of Orgreave 1984

I produce Swedish style, egg tempera folk art paintings.  In Sweden this is known as a ‘Bonad’ -a decorative wall hanging (plural is Bonader). This painting ‘the Miner and the Horse II’ came about because while researching mining on the internet before … Continue reading

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Hand drawn Birds-Eye-View-Maps

A beautiful, quirky, hand drawn map of your place- just imagine! We perch on our planet, precariously tilting on the curve of the earth.  We dig our roots into the soil, our foundations into the rock.  For generations we live in our landscapes, … Continue reading

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Fragile, naïve and centuries old; Peak District well dressing

A lovely video from @terrybnd all about our wonderful well dressings. Tissington is always the first and is the most spectacular, but from May to September you can find a well dressing somewhere in the Peak District. Tissington is a … Continue reading

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