I've been busy trying out another landscape experiment in paper with contours, colour and holes wandering across the page.
This time, I've cut the paper into three strips which could be mounted together to form one piece - or become three separate pieces side-by-side.
It's extraordinary how much busier it looks photographed and on screen. But then it is about twice the size in reality. I must look again critically and at a distance to see whether that's how I want it or not.
I'm still working in paper - though I'm not sure why. I seem strangely reluctant to translate all this into fabric. Maybe it's trying to tell me something. Things so often do if I give them time.