Grandparent stalking: Woman’s weekly research Task = follow someone in the age range that we are aiming to research (60+). Look at their behaviour, demeanour and what they look like and make a short life bio on your observations. Struggled to do this task I felt like a criminal; And I’m guessing must haveContinue reading “Woman’s weekly research”
With or without background for screen print? (need your help to decide)
Located on Pershore Road, two miles south of Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park home to a variety of different animals.Some species they are working with are critically endangered in the wild such as the Yellow Breasted Capuchin Monkeys.
So we went back to oxford this time we were on the hunt for botanical illustration and its different usages in design and functions. (aka. the butterfly hunt) first stop was my favorite emporium of oddities and history The Pitt Rivers Museum. Butterflies and tropical flowers were a favorite decoration in Asian countries like ChinaContinue reading “Return To Oxford”
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens, four spectacular glasshouses span from tropical rainforest to arid desert climates. A lively birdhouse, wildlife trails and fifteen acres of flourishing gardens and foliage. An excellent spot for me to start my botanical illustration projects. I went for the butterfly house but that does not open until May 15th. but withContinue reading “The Birmingham Botanical Gardens”
Tom, Jemima and Sera. “There was so much to see, too much! I wished we had even more time” “What an awesome collection and a great way to experience history” “The natural history and science stuff was so clear and so much fun. Well worth the trip” The Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford isContinue reading “Pitt Rivers Museum”