Beachcombing Blog

New work 2018

January 28th, 2018 by

The great thing about beachcombing for materials is the constant flow of inspiration provided by the finding of new bits. Then comes the difficult and sometimes prolonged work of getting what you’ve found transformed into what your mind’s eye sees. The above is a newly framed picture called ” Cocktails at the Traffic Lights ”… Read more

Anthropocene mass extinction event memorial

January 18th, 2018 by

For some time now I have been mulling over an idea of doing something as a memorial to the species that have died out in the human era. Scientists claim that there is an accelerating loss of species of all kinds going on now and that man’s activities are the root cause. I have completed… Read more

Good start to 2018.

January 10th, 2018 by

Getting out after the recent storms has been productive. The bits in the picture have come from several different sites including Aberafan near Swansea where there has been a fair bit of erosion revealing new stuff, some from the military firing range at Ginst point near Laugharne. I need now to find lots of bottle… Read more