Our improvisations proving a total pleasure, the mixture of the laptop and logic plus Jess's minimal piano worked extremely well, a brief excerpt is on the WNO electroclassic site.
Meantime it looked for a moment as if the West Bay carving had got lost in the post and I was going to have to carve them again, a very worried foundry had seen neither hind nor hare of the blessed carvings, after a chat at the post office I discovered they were sitting in a sorting office in Narbeth west wales. They have been collected and the casting process awaits. I thoroughly look forward to receiving the bronze casts as the alchemy of process never ceases to give me huge delight and the buffing and patination process is fun.
The catkins are abundant in the wood, badger tracks pressed into the mud, bird song chirping, buds budding, the skeleton of the wood revealed before the spring bursts onto the scene in that teenage enthusiam.
Off to Rosliston in Derbyshire next week to hold some camera obscura workshops and a birthday.