All free creative printing activities provided by Liz, Jenny and Adam of Go Create Taunton at yesterday’s incredibly busy Feast Festival on Castle Green Taunton… Jenny and Liz cut vegetables for printing on backgrounds rolled with colourful inks whilst Adam encouraged visitors to paint in Perspex plates which he fed through his hand operated printing […]
The last four weeks have seen a great flurry of inspired creating at Busylizzie “HQ” following two separate weeks spent in the French Alpes. It began with observation of tracks and ridges formed in the snows surface seen from above via chairlifts in Valmeinier and Valloire then was fuelled by a second week of stunning […]
Four new banners have been created by Go Create Taunton artists Busylizzie and Jenny Keogh to commemorate the Women’s vote centenary. Funded by Heritage lottery money, research by Andrew Knutt revealed a wealth of background information and posters and banners of the Women’s Suffrage movement dating back to 1832… Painted on traditional canvas, the new […]
October, Autumn, season of mists and mellow fruitfulness…and pink tinged leafed cabbage-style flowers… Having been given a beautiful bouquet of pink/green cabbage flowers with pungent pink asiatic lilies as a birthday gift, it seemed a sin to just arrange them in a vase, and admire them in passing…the colours, the shapes, the strength of stalk […]
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PART ONE – Save the dates Planning began in October 2016 for the wedding of Charlotte Smith to Thomas Sargent, with the concept of an autumn theme for 2018. As Liz, of Busylizzie Art, I met with this newly engaged couple over coffee, to begin the process of finding out what mattered to them and […]
When, as the artist, you have designed the detail of the ‘look’ for a wedding right from the first ‘Save-the-date’ down to the last announcement board and jar of flowers, the anticipation in the preceding week is almost as heightened as that of the Bride and Groom themselves. When the artist is also the Groom’s […]
Busylizzie Art at The Rectory Care Home has embarked on a new set of signs! The manager’s bid to make this home a kind of boutique care home has really taken off with this recently begun project… Angela’s vision is that the whole feel of the home is special, and feels not like an institution […]
Moving into a new ‘old’ house, one that is a project, to say the least, is an amazing “blank canvas” opportunity… Yesterday I began and completed a giant wave across three canvases to make a huge wall-filler for the bathroom… Pretty pleased with end result… emulsion, chalk, tempera powder and acrylic paint.
A new house – a new garden! Fun time spent one sunny, Sunday evening not long after moving into our beautiful pre 1841 listed town house… I stood in front of a canvas 1m x .5m armed with acrylic paint, ink, emulsion, water, brushes, cloths and sponges and tried to recreate the feel of this […]