In July, NASA’s Mars rover, Perseverance, left Earth. In February 2021, it is due to land in Jezero crater which was formed billions of years ago and where there is evidence that water once flowed from the hills nearby, dropping mud and sand on its way, forming a delta. It’s a hot spot for the likelihood of finding signs of ancient life. This painting and video were made using NASA images of the surface of Mars at Jezero crater, and the subtitled commentary of NASA’s video of the landing site. Continue reading Seas of Mars
There’s a beautiful old church in Bramber that dates back to the 11th century and sits next to the ruins of Bramber Castle. This is where the Summer Exhibition is usually held; where glasses of orange juice and homemade cakes … Continue reading Steyning Arts Summer Exhibition – from ancient to modern
Like so many events, this has been scuppered by COVID. So, online it is with some artists putting little reminders of their work outside their homes. You can find all the Steyning artists here. Continue reading Steyning Arts Trail 2020
On the verge of Day Three of my first arts trail and I’ve found that time evaporates between chatting to visitors and co-exhibitors, and dashing into the tent to put everything upright again after successive gusts of wind suck the tent sides in and out like a cosmic hokey cokey. As far as I know, it’s all still there so I’ll be off to sit to attention under a camper-van awning and brace myself to take charge of dog, cats, and chickens while Jill goes off to check out some venues in Steyning. Chuck chucks with fluffy knickers 🙂 Continue reading Steyning Arts Trail – Beeding Chapter
Yesterday we put up a tent Last night I packed the pretties in cases Today the bunting goes up and the gates open all over Steyning and Beeding Bet ours is the only one with chickens though. 32 Church Lane, Upper Beeding if you’re over our way. Continue reading Steyning Arts trail opens today!