There are 19 Capability Brown inspired features on my Capability Brown cow (now officially named ClareMoo). She is summering at Claremont Landscape Garden if you want to see if you can spot them all.
Thank you to Ecclesiastical Insurance for creating this lovely handout
Claremoo feature guide, Ecclesiatical Insurance, Robins Row, and Surrey Hills Cow Parade
My Capability Brown cow went to Blenheim Palace for a 3 day visit!
I was so excited to have my work in such an incredible place that I even survived a photo shoot!
Thank you so much to Ecclesiastical Insurance and Robins Row for sponsoring my cow, and to Thousand Word media for making the photo shoot relatively painless.
She is now on her way to Claremont Landscape Garden for a bit of summer grazing.
Capability Brown cow at Blenheim Palace
Ecclesiastical Insurance have asked me to paint a cow for the Surrey Hills Cow Parade this summer. She is inspired by the landscape gardens of Capability Brown – a fabulous excuse to read lots of gardening books! Much green paint later she is nearly finished…
‘Capability’ Brown cow in progress
An article about my work in the online version of The Bristol Magazine:
A Platform for Local Art
There is never a dull moment at Bristol Temple Meads. A vibrant hub of activity for commuters heading to and from the city to begin their working day, excited adventurers heaving their backpacks on their shoulders and bidding farewell to Bristol, and don’t even get me started on the colourful array of artwork lining the platforms.
Local artist Emily Ketteringham is a screen printing artist and printmaker with a passion for Bristol’s quirks and colourful contours.
See full article A Platform for Local Art
Petal and Blossom are happy to meet each other at last!
If you would like a Blossom or Petal of your own, they are both available from the Gromit Unleashed Shop in the Mall, Bristol – every penny of the proceeds going to support Bristol Children’s Hospital
Blossom Figure Petal Figure Petal mug
Gromit Unleashed Shaun In The City
A very compressed 42 hours in the life of my Shaun – Groovy Baby.
A happy afternoon spent drawing for a new commission.
My latest Bristol cityscape is almost ready – I just need to paint the unicorn on top of the
Council House a nice bright gold.
The giant map of the Oceans that I designed alongside a group of year 9 students has been installed at The Ridings Federation Winterbourne Academy. Hopefully an Ocean of calm in the school day.
More photos of this public art project to follow…