Monday, May 6, 2013

We Folk have turned our attention away from the sea and towards the land


photograph from old tear sheet source unknown

No mean feat as unlike our dear friends Lady Muck Digs http://www.ladymuckdigs.blogspot.co.uk and Aaron  Bertelsen http://dixtervegetablegarden.wordpress.com who has started a blog about his work in the kitchen garden at Great Dixter. We seem able to wilt a bloom by simply glancing in its direction or perish an entire bed of lettuce's by depriving them of basic needs. Notes need to be taken and to that end we have just received our consignment of lovely LEUCHTTURM 1917 note books in earth colours.
A word from the fourth generation of the Sturken family running the company today.

In a world in which we are digitally communicating and linked together, the desire to simply write a thought down to hold something in our hands becomes stronger than ever...

NEWS FROM THE GALLERY

Leah Fusco  has just returned from Florence where she was accompanying her grandmother
She is currently working on a series of seven paintings inspired by her trip. Along with Leah  and agreeing with the thoughts above we FOLK are working on a series of travel notebooks to compliment her work. The new show will be opening in June date coming...

Leah Fusco Gallery
 2 Needles passage Rye
  TN31 7EN


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