I am quite enjoying reviewing some of my older pieces of work as well as creating some new work at a slightly larger scale than anything I have done in recent years.
These are three of the older pieces and are all enamel on copper and inspired by my local landscape.
This one is fresh from the kiln, so supported on fire bricks and still probably cooling at the point when I took the photograph. It is enamel on steel, a medium new to me and I have been enjoying exploring the reaction of combining leaded and unleaded enamels. It is 25cm square and slightly brighter colours than it looks in this photograph, taken quite late this evening after a long day of working at the kiln.