http://elainebradley.blogspot.com/ with the same images. Some people seem to think blogging is a bit egotistical as was put to me of late, but I had to dispute it. It is a way of sharing information in a non-pushy way. Nobody 'makes' you click here, it is optional, and thank you for your interest, you are very welcome here. An amused elderly gentleman in the post office eying my the mucky porcelain marks on my clothes lately asked me if I was a painter, so I explained that I am a potter. 'OH is that what a potter looks like' he twinkled at me - the old flirt, but was very interested in what I do. I detest aggressive marketing but we must make ourselves known to the public, hence here we are.
I grew up in a Dublin suburb with a bedroom window looking out onto trees and hedgerows, the garden always busy with birds taking their place in my world. I took comfort in their presence and find myself doing the same in my Fremantle life. It has never surprised me that particularly in Ireland and the UK such motifs are a constant theme in home decorations and housewares.