Our 2015 theme was Ebb and Flow

For your entry to be considered for the 2015, curated, on-line exhibition it should be creative, innovative and very well crafted. We are also specifically interested in experimental content and/or structure. We accept book entries from anyone – professionals, students and/or hobbyists. Your book can take any format and be any size.

After you have made your book(s) please email us (curators@weloveyourbooks.com) the following:

a) 3 photos of your creative process (eg: sketchbook pages)
AND/OR
b) 3 photos of your final bookwork from different viewpoints
AND/OR
c) up to 500 words of creative writing based on the theme

Essential info
• At this stage each photo must not be more than 1mb in size (we may ask for higher resolution photos at a later date). Larger images cause our email to crash and prevent other participants from being able to email us – so please be considerate and stick to the size limit.

• You must also submit the online form for your work to be considered.

• Closing date for these digital entries is Wednesday July 1st 2015


possible starting points – some phrases that relate to ebb and flow
hem and haw / shilly shally / beat around the bush / blow hot and cold / chop and change / flip-flop / on the fence / yo-yo / ups and downs / good and bad times / peaks and valleys / systole and diastole / wax and wane / rise and fall

possible starting points – some extra words to consider
fluctuate / current / drift / flood / flux / progression / river / stream / tidal motion / tide / be undecided / flutter / hesitate / oscillate / seesaw / shift / swing / undulate / vary / veer / vibrate / wave / waver / eddy / flow / gush / heave / lapping / murmur / roll / surge / swell / swirl / balloon / bounce / bulge / ripple / toss / pitch / vacillate / equivocate / increase and decrease / contraction and relaxation / falter

Our 2014 (on-line) experimental,
artists’ book exhibition was on the theme of
home.

Choose any of the five areas, relating to home, from the list below as your creative starting point(s)

1. kitchen
2. living space
3. work space
4. attic / basement
5. outside


For your entry to be considered for the exhibition it should be creative, innovative and very well crafted.
We are also specifically interested in experimental content and/or structure.


After you have made your book(s), which can be any size, please email us (curators@weloveyourbooks.com) the following:

a) 3 photos of your creative process (eg: sketchbook pages)
AND/OR
b) 3 photos of your final bookwork from different viewpoints
AND/OR
c) up to 500 words of creative writing based on the theme

Each photo must not be more than 1mb in size

You must also email us submission information for your work to be considered (see other button).

Closing date for these digital entries is
Sunday June 1
st 2014

Here is some further information to help you start the project

kitchen galley / kitchen-diner / country kitchen – larder / oven / hob / fridge / sink / cupboards / hub / warmth / conversation / hospitality / productivity / cooking / making / family / clutter / technology / preparation / left-overs / cookery books / provisions / compost / smells / noise / activity
living space sitting room / parlour / front room / lounge / conservatory – relaxation / conversation / hospitality / memories / comfy chairs and sofas / technology / book shelves / rugs / cushions / warmth / reading / activity
work space studio / office / shed / work-shop – productivity / procrastination / collections / inspiration / mess / tools / equipment / technology / book shelves / desk / table / chairs / storage / reading / activity
attic / basement loft / cellar – storage / memories / nostalgia / hidden away / lost and found / discarded / secrets / saved for a rainy day / obsolete technology / out of bounds / photo albums / darkness / noises / fear
outside urban / suburban / countryside – garden / court yard / vegetable plot / compost bins / shed / garage / greenhouse / patio / views / street / road / pavement / drive way / paths / washing line / growth / productivity / relaxation / conversation / hospitality / clutter / playing / play equipment / technology / fresh air / pollution / water / activity

Our 2013 exhibition theme was POINT.
Initial photo requirements:
3 photos in total as tifs or jpgs at medium resolution (180dpi) at least 15cm wide or tall.
The photos will need to show diferent points of view either:
a) if your work is like a book = 1 of cover, 1 of a spread and 1 of a close-up or
b) if your work is like an object/sculpture = 1 of front, 1 of another view and 1 of a close-up

As usual we are looking for work that is innovative, creative and very well crafted.
These are our selection criteria and we stick to them closely. The curators decision is final
and we will not exhibit work that is deemed, by us, to be offensive.

We will only consider work that is appropriate to the theme and
accompanied by the completed submission form.

About us
Please remember that we organise these exhibitions because we love books. All our time is volunteered. We have no funds! Please support us by buying one of our previous exhibition catalogues - available from Blurb.com and Magcloud.com.

The 76 page minute 2012 catalogue is available for purchase ($15.50):
http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/469792

The 48 page Crop 2011 catalogue –
http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/283676

(e)motive catalogue –
www.magcloud.com/browse/Issue/98400

(e)motive sketchbook pages –
www.magcloud.com/browse/Issue/97032

closure catalogue –
www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/811439

we love your books 2005 – 2009 five years of experimental artists' books exhibitions
www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/796975

Submission details
1. Please only submit work that is based on the theme and meets our selection criteria.
2. Please complete and submit an on-line form – click on button on left 'POINT 2013 submission form'.
Books will only be considered if an on-line form is submitted.

Please do not send in any books to us this year the exhibition will only be online.


WLYB Book Collection
If you would like to donate your POINT book to our growing special collection of artists' books
then please indicate so on the submission form and we will be in touch.

Acceptance of books for this collection is at our discretion.

Our collection is expanding and we hope to exhibit aspects of it in the future.
Thank you to all the artists that have already donated their books to our collection.
We love your books!

Important small print
Photographs of your books may appear in publicity, articles, the catalogue and our research projects.
Your submission of work is seen as agreement to this.

Our 2012 exhibition theme was minute.
Our plan for minute is that it will be an exhibition where all the selected entries will be on-line
and a small selection will appear in cases at The University of Northampton in the reception area
and Executive corridor outside the main exhibition space (tbc).

Initially we are asking for 3 photos of your bookwork.
We will then make a selection from these for the on-line and small physical exhibition.


Email submission date – for completed submission forms and 3 medium resolution photos: June 1st 2012 (UK and worldwide)

Size restriction – books must be A6
(ish) or under in size
(approx 1/4 of a piece of A4 / US Letter paper)
They can be any height so long as their footprint is A6.
They can open up / fold out to any size so long as they are A6 when shut.


Email photos to: curators@weloveyourbooks.com

Initial photo requirements:
3 photos in total as tifs or jpgs at medium resolution (180dpi).
(If selected we will then require a high res image at 300dpi so please make sure you have that available.)
The photos will need to be either:
a) if your work is like a book = 1 of cover, 1 of a spread and 1 of a close-up (a minute bit) or
b) if your work is like an object/sculpture = 1 of front, 1 of another view and 1 of a close-up (a minute bit)

As usual we are looking for work that is innovative, creative and very well crafted.
These are our selection criteria and we stick to them closely. The curators decision is final
and we will not exhibit work that is deemed, by us, to be offensive. Our exhibitions are open to the public including children.

We will only consider work that is appropriate to the theme and accompanied by the completed submission form.
Work must be under A6 in size and under 1kg (if it is selected and needs to be returned to you).

About us
Please remember that we organise these exhibitions because we love books. All our time is volunteered. We have no funds! Please support us by buying one of our previous exhibition catalogues - available from Blurb.com and Magcloud.com.


Our 2011 exhibition theme was crop.
Exhibition dates and venue
Nov 2011 – Jan 2012
The Gallery (Executive Suite cabinets), School of the Arts, The University of Northampton,
St. George's Ave, Northampton, NN2 6JD, UK.


Please do not send in any books to us unless we have pre-selected you for the cropped exhibition.

About us

Please remember that we organise these exhibitions because we love books. All our time is volunteered. We have no funds! Please support us by buying one of our previous exhibition catalogues - available from Blurb.com and Magcloud.com.

The 48 page Crop 2011 catalogue is now available for purchase ($15):
http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/283676

(e)motive catalogue –
www.magcloud.com/browse/Issue/98400

(e)motive sketchbook pages –
www.magcloud.com/browse/Issue/97032

closure catalogue –
www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/811439

we love your books 2005 – 2009 five years of experimental artists' books exhibitions
www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/796975

Important small print
Photographs of your books may appear in publicity, articles, the catalogue and our research projects.
Your submission of work is seen as agreement to this. Whilst we will take as much care as possible
your work will be returned via Royal Mail and it will also be on public display so it is submitted at your own risk/insurance.


Crop will be slightly different to our other exhibitions.
We are taking some time out to make plans for 2012.
Our plan for crop is that it will be an exhibition where all the selected entries will be on-line and a cropped selection will appear in cases at The University of Northampton in the reception area and Executive corridor outside the main exhibition space.

Initially we are asking for 3 photos of your bookwork we will then make a selection from these for the on-line and cropped exhibition.

Email submission date – for completed submission forms and photos:
June 1st 2011 (UK and worldwide)


Email photos to: curators@weloveyourbooks.com

Initial photo requirements:
3 photos in total as tifs or jpgs at medium resolution (180dpi).
(If selected we will then require a high res image at 300dpi so please make sure you have that available.)
The photos will need to be either:
a) if your work is like a book = 1 of cover, 1 of a spread and 1 of a close-up (cropped bit) or
b) if your work is like an object/sculpture = 1 of front, 1 of another view and 1 of a close-up (cropped bit)

As usual we are looking for work that is innovative, creative and very well crafted.
These are our selection criteria and we stick to them closely. The curators decision is final
and we will not exhibit work that is deemed by us to be offensive. Our exhibitions are open to the public including children.

We will only consider work that is appropriate to the theme and accompanied by the completed submission form.
Work must be under A3 in size and under 1kg (if it is selected and needs to be returned to you).


About us
Please remember that we organise these exhibitions because we love books. All our time is volunteered. We have no funds! Please support us by buying one of our previous exhibition catalogues - available from Blurb.com and Magcloud.com.

(e)motive catalogue –
www.magcloud.com/browse/Issue/98400

(e)motive sketchbook pages –
www.magcloud.com/browse/Issue/97032

closure catalogue –
www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/811439

we love your books 2005 – 2009 five years of experimental artists' books exhibitions
www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/796975

We will aim to have the
crop catalogue ready for sale when the exhibition goes up in Northampton.

Submission details
1. Please only submit work that is based on the theme and meets our selection criteria.
2. Please complete and submit an on-line form – click on button on left 'crop submission form'.
Books will only be considered if an on-line form is submitted. If you can, please print out the form
(before submitting it) and include it with your book if we ask you to send it in to us.
3. When asked to submit books by post please send to:
Melanie Bush,
School of the Arts, The University of Northampton,
St. George's Ave, Northampton, NN2 6JD, UK.

Please do not send in any books to us unless we have pre-selected you for the cropped exhibition.


WLYB Book Collection
If you would like to donate your book to our growing special collection of artists' books (and it is accepted)
then you do not need to worry about size, weight or return postage. Acceptance of books for this collection
is at our discretion and is not a guarantee that your work will be selected for the exhibition.

Our collection is expanding and we hope to exhibit aspects of it in the future.
Thank you to all the artists that have already donated their books to our collection.
We love your books!

Important small print
Photographs of your books may appear in publicity, articles, the catalogue and our research projects.
Your submission of work is seen as agreement to this. Whilst we will take as much care as possible
your work will be returned via Royal Mail and it will also be on public display so it is submitted at your own risk/insurance.


Our 2010 exhibition was emotive
e:motive e/motive e-motive (e)motive

Selected pieces were on exhibition at The University of Northampton during October 2010.
The University of Northampton, Avenue Campus, St.George's Ave, Northampton, NN2 6JD, UK

The exhibition also took place at artworks-mk, UK, where last year's closure exhibition was held. The exhibition was open to the public on Saturday 28th August (10am-12noon) and then Tuesday 31st August until 24th September 2010. Open on weekdays (except Bank Holidays) 10am - 4pm and Saturdays 10am -12noon.

artworks-mk,
Great Linford Arts Workshop, Parklands, Great Linford, Milton Keynes, MK14 5DZ, UK
01908 608 108 /
www.artworks-mk.co.uk

All the info you need is included on this page - please keep scrolling down to access it all.

Selection criteria
Only books created specifically for the theme will be considered for the exhibition. Additionally, books must be well crafted and experimental/innovative in content and/or structure. We will stick closely to this criteria when making our selection.

Entries are welcomed from professional book artists, amateurs and students so long as they meet the criteria. All of our exhibitions aim to push the boundaries of 'book-works' without compromising on quality and craft.

Please make your book under A3 in size (unless by prior negotiation).
There are also weight restrictions – please see bottom of page.

Our 2009 exhibition was closure
The theme for our 2009 creative book-arts open exhibition was CLOSURE. This is in honour of Emma’s recent completion of
her PhD, which has dominated the last 8 years of her
life. She now has closure.

The closure exhibition took place
15th August–19th September 2009
at artworks-MK, UK.
Opening times:
Monday – Friday 10am-4pm and
Saturdays 10am – noon


The private view was on Thursday 13th August 6–8pm
artworks-mk, Great Linford Arts Workshop, Parklands, Great Linford, Milton Keynes, MK14 5DZ.
T:01908 608108 www.artworks-mk.co.uk

After the main exhibition a small selection of work went on tour to the College of Fine Arts and Design, University of Sharjah, UAE. To be curated by Karen Goodwin Legg.

Additionally some of the book works also toured to The University of Northampton, UK.

Collaborative element
Each year we set a collaborative element relevant to the theme.
We keep these pieces as a record of each exhibition.

For closure we asked you to send us a small
item/piece of work that represents something you
would like to get closure on or say good bye to.

Submission details
Please complete and submit an on-line form – click on
button on left 'closure submission'.
Books will only be considered if an on-line form is submitted.
If you can please also print out form (before sending) and
include with your book.

Size
Please make your book under A3 in size (unless by prior negotiation).
There are weight restrictions – please see bottom of page.

Postage costs – see bottom of page for full postal details.
If you are sending from the UK please include return postage.

No big or heavy books from abroad – we can only return
those that are small and light.

We have no funds – at all!

WLYB Book Collection
If you would like your book to be donated to our
special collection of artists' books then you do not
need to worry about size, weight or return postage.
Our collection is growing in size and we hope to
exhibit it in the future.

Selection details
Once books are submitted we will make a selection
of those to be exhibited. For consideration books
must be based on the theme of closure and be
well crafted, creative and innovative.

You can also email photos of your books for pre-selection.
Photos to be emailed to: curators@weloveyourbooks.com

Books to be sent to:
Melanie Bush,
School of the Arts, The University of Northampton,
St. George's Ave, Northampton, NN2 6JD, UK.

Key words – use these as starting points
CLOSURE:
the end, end of the line, end of the road, put an end to,
finish, finish off, finishing touch, finality, final, finito,
peter out, wind up, shut, shut up, shut down, shutter,
snap shut, shut in, tie, tie the knot, tie up, tie down,
tie up loose ends, lock, lock up, lock down, locked in,
locked away, open and shut case, pin down, realise,
reach, goal, fulfil, resolution, result, done, done &
dusted, it’s a done thing, that’s it, that’s that, satisfied,
close, close up, close down, success, accomplish,
effect, result, deal with, dealt with, sorted, accepted,
relief, put away, put down, shelve, complete, completed,
completion, completer/finisher, clinch, conclude, conclusion,
settle, at last, at long last, achieve, achievement, secure,
protect, fasten, clasp, bolt, seal, in the bag, buckle, press-stud,
button, button up, magnet, velcro, sew, repair, stitch, cat gut,
string, ribbon, thread, knit, hook & eye, zip, zipper, zip up,
zip lock, flap, envelope, bind, cover, encase, enclose, stick,
wrap, wrapper, wrap up, it’s a wrap, finale, curtains,
denouement, cadence, wall, gate, door, pen, window,
hatch, bang, slip case, box, lid, put a lid on it, bottle,
bottle up, bottle it, stopper, screw down, tighten, cupped,
pack in, trap, trapped, cell, restrained, slide, knot, knotted,
revenge, pay back, fold, folded, folding, terminate, last one
to leave switch off the lights, walk away, serve notice, board
up, barricade, it’s all over, get over it, draw a line under it,
goodbye, exit, ex, move on, wash hands of it, enough,
had enough, cut it out, desist, put away, no more, is no
longer, thing of the past, sign off, send off, cease,
cessation, culminate, stop, discontinue, deceased.


Any queries email: curators@weloveyourbooks.com

Important small print
Photographs of your books may appear in publicity, articles, the catalogue and our research projects.
Your submission of work is seen as agreement to this. Whilst we will take as much care as possible
your work will be returned via Royal Mail and it will also be on public display for people to handle so
it is submitted at your own risk/insurance.

Full postal info for the sending and returning of Artist’s Books:
www.royalmail.com
UK:
we can accept books
up to 3kg in weight and we will return using the correctly stamped addressed labels you send.

Europe:
we can accept books
up to 2kg in weight and for return we would like an addressed label and euros/pounds (in cash*) to cover the return cost & other mail services. Please look at the Royal Mail website to work out your return cost and consider if you want to use the International Signed For or Airsure services.
*If you do not wish to include cash at your own risk, you will need to add €6 to cover the bank costs of processing a cheque in euros, please make cheques payable to Melanie Bush.

USA & rest of World:
we can accept books
up to 1kg in weight and for return we would like an addressed label and the correct amount of $/pounds (in cash*) to cover the return cost & other mail services. Please look at the Royal Mail website to work out your return cost and consider if you want to use the International Signed For or Airsure services.
*If you do not wish to include cash at your own risk, you will need to add $ = £5 to cover the bank costs of processing a cheque in dollars, please make cheques payable to Melanie Bush.

International Signed For prices
International Signed For™ costs just £3.50 plus the Airmail or Surface Mail postage price. The exact price will depend on where the item is going (the geographic postal zone) and the type of mail item you’re sending (letters, small packets or printed papers).

Airsure®
Airsure® costs just £4.20 in addition to the Printed Paper or Small Packet postage price for your item. This price includes up to £36.00 compensation for loss or damage. If you are sending valuable items, you can get additional cover of up to £500 for an additional £2.20 on top of the £4.20 Airsure® fee. 


Our 2008 exhibition was Re:
An exhibition of experimental books based on any word beginning
with re...


Monday 12th – Thursday 29th May 2008
The Gallery, The University of Northampton, Avenue Campus,
St. George's Avenue, Northampton, NN2 6JD, UK.

Selected work from the exhibition travelled to:
Artworks MK, Milton Keynes 14th July–14th August
Herefordshire College of Art – Summer 2008
University of Portsmouth 3rd-14th November 2008

Curated by 'we love your books' -
Melanie Bush & Emma Powell

All books were based on re word(s). For example: release, remote, reject, reassemble etc.
Wonderful books were submitted from book artists and students from all over the world
including: Finland, The Ukraine, Russia, Spain, Australia, Italy, Canada, Hong Hong, Hungary,
Germany, Portugal, Sweden and USA.

The exhibition went on tour to:

Artworks MK, Milton Keynes, UK 14th July–14th August
Here is what the exhibition looked like at artworks-MK.

artworks-MK 1 artworks-MK 3

artworks-MK 4 artworks-MK 5

University of Portsmouth 5th-14th November 2008
CCi Space, Eldon Building

A special thanks
In celebration of ‘re:’ the acclaimed type designer Keith Bates has designed a typeface.

Keith Bates

Catalogue
Click on link on left to print out a low res version of the Re: catalogue.

Original exhibition dates:
Monday 12th – Thursday 29th May 2008

The Gallery, The University of Northampton, Avenue Campus, St. George's Avenue, Northampton, NN2 6JD, UK.

Any queries email: curators@weloveyourbooks.com

Important small print
Photographs of your books may appear in publicity, articles, the catalogue and our research projects.
Your submission of work is seen as agreement to this. Whilst we will take as much care as possible
your work will be returned via Royal Mail and it will also be on public display for people to handle so
it is submitted at your own risk/insurance.

Our 2007 exhibition was
A (is for add)
B (is for book)
C (is for collaborate)

An exhibition of experimental artists' books & cubes

The exhibition consisted of a mass collaborative
component of creative cubes alongside individually
submitted experimental artists' books.

14th - 31st May 2007
at The Gallery, The University of Northampton,
Avenue Campus, St.George's Avenue, Northampton, NN2 6JD, UK.

Curated by 'we love your books' -
Melanie Bush, Louise Bird & Emma Powell



Our 2006 exhibition was Full Circle / Random Journey
An exhibition of altered books & experimental artists' books
Monday 8th
May – Thursday 18th May 2006
at The Gallery, The University of Northampton, Avenue Campus,
St. George's Avenue, Northampton, NN2 6JD, UK.

Curated by
Emma Powell, Melanie Bush & Louise Bird (McDonald)

Over 150 books were submitted for this exhibition.
They varied tremendously in scale and use of media and all
engaged the viewer in a personal way. The feedback from the
exhibition was really great and it has obviously inspired and
interested many people.

Some staff from the UK Society of Bookbinders came to the
private view and were impressed by the variety & creativity on
show. Their comments were: " A really refreshing and inspiring
exhibition. Well worth the visit!"

The biggest coincidence must have been an academic from
the University of Ontario coming to meet a Performance Arts
colleague here at Northampton, looking at the exhibition and
seeing there the work of a technician at her University.
It’s a small world!

Here are some further quotes from the comments book:
"Good to see such a diverse collection of ideas presented
in the book form"
"Truly inspirational & so well put together, I wish I had more
time to... explore - I want to know the stories behind each piece".

A catalogue has been created as a record of the exhibition.

Thank you to all the exhibitors who agreed that their work
could be kept as part of our bookmaking archive held at
The University of Northampton.

Our 2005 exhibition was Meeting in the Middle
An exhibition of altered books & experimental artists' books

This exhibition was held from
Monday 3rd May – Thursday 19th May 2005 at The Gallery,
The University of Northampton, Avenue Campus, St. George's
Avenue, Northampton, NN2 6JD, UK.

Curated by
Emma Powell and Melanie Bush

Lots of really exciting books were received for this inaugural
exhibition. It was great fun opening up each parcel as it
arrived and in some instances the packaging was displayed
alongside the artist’s book. The books in this exhibition were
limited to A5 size (15cm x 21cm) or smaller.

Louise Bird
General Introduction
I am a lecturer in Graphic Design and Illustration at
The University of Northampton where I teach printmaking
and bookmaking as part of both courses. I came in to
Graphics and Illustration as a mature student and have
taught at the university for five years. My background
before this was rich and varied!

The life experiences I gained have been an enormous
source of inspiration and knowledge. The people I
met along the way have influenced the direction my
work has taken up to now.

My own work often takes inspiration from personal
memories and experiences, not only my own but of
others too. I have a passion for printmaking, collections
of ephemera, drawing and painting. Through my own
projects I have experimented with many methods of
printmaking. The final piece often involves bookmaking
and photography brought in to printmaking.

More recently I have begun to go back to my childhood
and the way I drew then, incorporating these pen and
ink drawings in to collaged backgrounds. I try to use a
book format that enhances the narrative and journey in
some way. The book, as a format, is often used purely as
a vehicle to tell the story. I am now beginning to look at
how narratives change through the medium used and
how the story unfolds as a result.

Email Louise at louise.bird@northampton.ac.uk

Exhibited books/work

2007

September 2007 – exhibited ‘Collaborative Cubes’
(2007) and collaborative ‘ABC Catalogue’ (2007),
with Melanie Bush & Louise Bird at 2nd
Manchester Artists' Books Fair.
*Manchester2*Manchester3
Stand showing assorted books by 'we love your books' members.

May/June 2007 - exhibited at and co-curated ABC exhibition,
The University of Northampton (toured to Herefordshire
College of Art & Design August/September 2007).

*lou abc*Lou Miss Communication
'ABC' (2007) & 'Miss Communication' (2007)

2006
Co-author of Random Journey/Full Circle catalogue in
UWE bookarts archive.

Summer 2006 - exhibited work in Noosa Regional Gallery,
Queensland, Australia.

Autumn 2006 - work published in USA bookarts journal 'Bound
and Lettered'.

September 2006 - exhibited at First Manchester Book Arts Fair.

*Manchester 06 1*Manchester 06 2
*Manchester 06 3
Stand showing assorted books by 'we love your books' members.

May 2006 – exhibited at and co-curated ‘Full Circle/Random Journey’ exhibition at The University of Northampton, UK.

lou 1YRJWheelbarrow
Close-ups from ‘Random Journey’ book


Y65YBlue bows
YRed arrow
The three images above are from my book '3Buttons'
which was exhibited in ‘Full Circle/ Random Journey’

YFrontYCat bee
The two images above are from a 'brush' book
which was exhibited in ‘Full Circle/ Random Journey’

YJoanandRobert
An image from the book 'Joan and Robert' using
photo-collagraphs and exhibited in ‘Full Circle/
Random Journey’

2005
May 2005 – exhibited work in ‘Meeting in the Middle’
exhibition, University College Northampton, UK.

Ylou2Ylou3
From 'Be My Valentine' book - about my grandmother,
blood grandfather and father.