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Don’t Worry Bead Happy!

Beads May Be the Oldest Form of Art Don’t you think it is amazing that every studied culture has used beads in one form or another? As a form of art, in prayer, as a symbol of social status and to barter for food and other goods. Beads have been found as far back as...

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If You Go Down To The Woods Today ….

Living on The Edge Living on the edge of The New Forest , as well as my daily constitutional by the sea , when I have " me" time  I like to  go for a wander amongst the ancient woodland . Nothing better than a walk amongst the tall trees to calm the mind , body and...

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Magic in The New Forest

Something Magical is Happening in The New Forest! As the season changes in the forest and by sea enchanted , a whole new colour scheme comes into play. The miriad of green trees which provides a canopy for the woodland creatures, roaming ponies, donkeys and deer...

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For The Love of Driftwood

The Art of Beachcombing I love beachcombing! Extraordinary treasures can be found along the seashore. You can let your imagination run wild with the journey they have had to reach the great British coastline! What I have learnt recently is that beaches collect...

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These Boots Were Made For Walking !

Sally, Daisy and The Mighty Hike On July 10th Sally, Daisy and a group of intrepid mighty hikers will be taking part in Macmillan’s Mighty Hike   https://mightyhikes.macmillan.org.uk/abouton the Gower Peninsula. We were due to do this last year as a family and...

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A Work of Art in Wool and Appreciating Ruth Holden

Proika and Yiayiades I left the UK in my late teens and came back in my early thirties.  Until I moved back to the UK, I had never had carpet in my houses as an adult.  Living in the mediterranean, carpets were frowned upon as unnecessary and quite frankly dirt...

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Riding the Waves of Resilience – Hold on Tight!

Keeping your Head above Water So many changes have happened to most people over the last few months within all walks of life as well as within the arts and culture industries too. With a large amount of the industry being made up of self-employed folks, life changing...

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Trade Winds Gallery are delighted to be part of the Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) 250 Club. SAS is a marine conservation charity working with communities to protect oceans, waves, beaches and marine life. We are really proud to support the work that they carry out, such as beach clean ups, education and campaigning, and look forward to continuing to be part of the positive change!

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