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Learning, printing, filming and being lovely

Hello lovely bloggers, and fans of reading blogs, it is me, Kate Bentham, here as your Weekly Blog Club host for week 13. How has your week been? Good Easter break? Glad to see that some of you have been

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Lost magic and bolshie traits

Thanks very much to the lovely Kate Bentham for her great summary of the week 7 posts – I always enjoy reading her summaries (and think they’re better than mine). Amongst the excellent posts for week 8, two caught my eye immediately.

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Getting personal, explaining dementia, and paper in art

We had 11 contributions for Week 5, with three themes emerging during the week: health issues, using social media in the public sector, and art. Gina Alexander returned to the  @dghealth (Dumfries and Galloway Health) blog with Take a deep breath. I was

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Doodling and learning, briefs and bags

Week 13 summary happened to fall within the Easter weekend, so Happy Easter to all of you! Or Happy Spring Day or whatever for those who would rather not be wished a Happy Easter. One of the chicks in the

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Cockerel I

A post with lots of pictures about the making of a linocut depicting a cockerel and something about the inspiration behind it. Cockerel I by Janet E Davis.

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Love of learning, love of place, love of cats

I struggled to think of a title for this week’s summary because there were so many posts (24!) to provide elements but decided to start early with the love theme since Valentine’s Day is flying towards us with bow and

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Jacob ewe linocut 1

Pictures and a few words about creating a linocut of a Jacob ewe who lives at Ouseburn Farm in Newcastle upon Tyne. Jacob ewe linocut 1 by Janet E Davis.

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