The pictures shown on this page represent the pieces Sue is most pleased with. Here are the descriptions in her own words.
This is the cover of our family Christmas card for 2007, using the first two lines of a familiar hymn.
This was my attempt at copperplate, which I have decided is not 'my' script.
This is a poem by A S J Tessimond, which Paul sometimes uses in services.
In the term we studied carolingian I thought it would make a good piece.
This was done with a cola pen. I always find it difficult to write in a free style which is unbounded by guide-lines, but here is one attempt.
We were practising making backgrounds. This was done with clingfilm and I thought it looked wintry so I found a suitable haiku for the words.
The book is made of something called pastepaper, which involves rolling thick flour-paste paint onto paper giving an interesting texture. The whole content of the book is one extended riddle. It is difficult to capture the whole book on one photograph...
... so here is a close up of two pages. They should be enough for you to have a go at solving the riddle. If you really can't work it out, the answer is at the foot of the page.
This term we were learning batarde. I really enjoyed creating this sampler.
Answer to the above riddle: A reed.