This weekend there is an Art Exhibition in March Town Hall, Cambridgeshire. It is free to go and see it and well worth a visit.
I entered my Clematis and Mushrooms into it. I have put a rather high price on the Clematis because I don't really want to sell it. But, if somebody is willing to pay £1495 for it, I can always make another.
I have never put a picture of the finished mushrooms on here, so here they are.
I went to the opening reception on Friday. There were lots of people there and lots of comments about my Clematis. But nobody bought it!
For me, however, the highlight of the evening was seeing all the childrens work on the boards.
On Friday morning there had been a workshop for some of the local schools. The chilren had re-created some of the artwork in the exhibition. I was delighted to see that so many of them had chosen my mushrooms to re-create!
These are the ones from All Saints School.
One child did a wonderful re-creation of my clematis and another did the mushrooms.
Apparently, there were lots more mushrooms but the children chose to take them home.
And these are the ones from Burrowmoor School.
As you can see, lots of mushrooms!
And some of my favourites which were on display.
Dancing by Margaret Williams.
Go Bananas by Heather Kinnear.
The name of the Apple by Jenny Furlong