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Sunday, 28 November 2010

Bits and bobs

A big thank you to all who came to support me and the mill last Thursday. The night was a great success. We were very busy and the fair had a fantastic atmosphere. My new penguin work went down a treat! I raised £11.16 for 'Animals in Distress' (10% of the price of penguin work goes to this charity). I really liked the work of Anna Wilson-Hall. Her work has a clean cut graphic quality to it. She showed a range of tree paintings in autumnal colours.

I've uploaded a few more items on Folksy too.

And made a wall feature to compliment the kitchen tiles I made recently.

Sunday, 21 November 2010

'Christmas at the Mill' 2010

It's that time of year again, Islington Mill's annual contemporary craft fair, this Thursday!

Thursday 25th November 5 - 9pm, James Street (off Oldfield Road), Salford, M3 5HW
Contemporary gifts
Festive food and drink
Live music

It's well worth a look, also you can check out the refurbishments - you won't recognise the place. I am downstairs in the gallery space this year - hope to see you there. It's warm too!!!

'Christmas at the Mill' 2009

Monday, 15 November 2010

March of the penguins

Here are two more penguin products for sale. As with my penguin cards, 10% of the item's price will be donated to 'Animals in Distress' (Irlam).

Visit my online shop or my Folksy shop to purchase the cards.

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

New Penguin Cards - On sale now!

'The enjoyment of lone skating'.

'Illuminate the night.'


'Reflections of a frozen moon'.
Copyright Beverley Gee 2010.

These greetings cards have images taken from my ceramic 'Last of the melt
ing snow' series.

The cards are suitable for any occasion. The image can easily be removed from the card to be displayed elsewhere or kept as a memento. The card is 203mm x 150mm and holds a photograph that is 177mm x 127mm.

Please be aware that the card is black throughout therefore a coloured pen will be needed to inscribe the inside. The inside has been left blank for your own message.

Visit my online shop or my Folksy shop to purchase the cards.

10% of the card price (30p) will go to 'Animals in Distress'. A local charity that helps rehome unwanted pets and neglected animals. It is run by volunteers and is dependent on donations.

We got our cat 'the nation's favourite furry face' aka 'Mabel' from them last September. Here she is enjoying the last of October's sun.

Mabel is a master of disguise.