The action of driving from one side of the Severn to the other has sparked off many thoughts to inform my brief residency at Hawkwood College. I’m very thankful for this opportunity, brushing the dust off my suitcase made me realise I’ve not been away for some time. I’ve been here only two hours and have already written extensively and prepared the wall for drawing. It is such a privilege to come here to think.
First thing I did was take some photos, following my thinking pattern. Looking at both sides and the inside and out. People move quietly and calmly, in and out of the framed garden, fetching water from the spring.
I’m on the threshold and it feels thrilling. Water, bridges, connections. You may have to carry me back to Newnham like this:
2 thoughts on “Arriving at Hawkwood, opening doors to the mind. Many doors to choose from.”
Lovely to meet you briefly during your residency at Hawkwood. I had just come back from holiday and had lots to catch up on so I didn’t manage to see your gallery in Room 2.. . I’ve signed up for Kel’s walk on Fri 1Sept so I hope to see you there. Hope to hear more about your residency then or sometime…. Thank you for coming! Warm wishes, Katie
hope to see you on 1st too!