The amazing world of 3D Printing is all around us, and its growing. Fast. Over the last year, (2018-19), the Additive Manufacturing Market (that’s the proper name for 3D printing), grew by 21%, as companies and individuals embrace the competitive advantages that 3D Printing gives them.
Where many creatives that I speak to have a shared tale of, if not parental antagonism to them pursuing art, then at least apathy and lack of support. But not so for Marilyn Trew artist.
y way of sharing a blog on the Creative Wiltshire website. Read the full blog on the website here.
The blog began life as a series of Facebook posts by Carole Bent, partner in the David Bent Studio. Carole set out, in the lull following Open Studios in September, to use Facebook to celebrate some of Swindon’s artists and to showcase ‘what an artist’s wife and partner bought’.
I’ve long admired Dona’s work. So when she expressed interest in having a feature in this ‘Made in Wiltshire’ section on the blog, thrilled didn’t cover it. It’s a b*gger that I’m out of wall space – fridge magnets it is then!
30th December 2018 Lis McDermott: Author As we enter a new year, it's pure delight to feature Lis McDernott to the 'Made in Wiltshire' section of Born again Swindonian. Writing is creating. And creating is making. So writing fits here as well as anything else....
This post is the first in a series I’m going to run on this blog about Wiltshire craftspeople. Getting the first turn – appropriately enough – is hobbyist Toby Kinton who is TK Turns. Here he writes in his own words how he got in to wood turning. It’s a nice story actually.
So. My first book, Secret Swindon, had a gorgeous launch event at Swindon central library on the 28th July. I’ve been meaning to post about it since then but stuff got in the way. Namely some security stuff being done on the blog which was affecting access. So I figured I’d hold on until that was done. And now the lovely Linda Kasmaty has beaten me to it with her super blog on Gardens, Galleries and Walking Around. So I reckon I might as well share that, a few photos and one or two rather lovely reviews and job done.
Off the cuff: a brief history of cufflinks http://www.office-dress-shirts.com/shirt_cufflinks.html: A Brief Cufflink History‘A cufflink is a decorative fastener. One worn by men or women to fasten the two sides of the cuff on a dress shirt or blouse. Cufflinks are...