Revival of Pip’s Wildlife Garden delayed till September

An unexpected slide down the stairs at Coverack YHA Cornwall resulted in a broken wrist and a fun few hours, thanks to the kind staff at Treliske hospital, for the puppet maestra last month. The tour we planned of a revised version of Pip’s Wildlife Garden, directed by Joy Haynes, and performed by Meg, has …read more…

Wild puppet workshops

Wild puppet workshop

Come and join me at the Nutmeg wild puppet-making workshop at Weird and Wonderful Wood Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th May 2017     For people of all shapes and sizes: small ones in family groups, children over 8, and adults. (No extra charge for the workshop over the entry fee.) http://www.weirdandwonderfulwood.co.uk Haughley Park, Wetherden, …read more…

On holiday at craftco Southwold

    Otter-cub, Damselfly, Demoiselle, Dryad, Caddis-mayfly, Mosquito and the Larvae are spending Easter at craftco, High Street, Southwold, Suffolk. IP18 6AE.  https://craftco.co.uk On view till 26th April. Shop open 10 – 5 weekdays (not Weds. term-time), 11 – 4 on Sundays, but window visible at all times! Intricately made from natural materials by Meg …read more…

Island of Trees film

A short film of my Island of Trees installation at River Waveney Sculpture Trail 2016 is now on Vimeo. Inspired by a childhood memory of a strange chapter in The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame; a missing otter pup, a mysterious protecting Presence, the island near the weir – re-imagined in an island …read more…

River Waveney Sculpture Trail 2017

Work by Meg has been selected for Waveney & Blyth Arts River Waveney Sculpture Trail, curated by Sarah Cannell. The trail has moved to a new site, the Raveningham Centre  Norfolk. http://www.waveneyvalleysculpturetrail.com The exhibition will run from August 18th – Sept 3rd – open daily 10 – 5. Meg plans to develop the theme of …read more…