The Corby Glen Project is a two year undertaking which has included a repreated walk recorded with photographs around the edge of the village. A series of oral recordings of memories of residents and former residents of the village, research into the pigments that are associated with the trade and geography of the village, so wood soot and other carbon blacks because of the importance of carpentry and the wood shed in the village and the roll wood importation was the funder of the building of the Willoughby Gallery. The pigments of the land, chalk and ochres, rust and mud and the pigments of the murals from the middle ages that are present in the Church murals. These pigments are being used to build up a collection of abstract pieces that reference the sense of space at the outskirts of the village, and that hold within them the stories of the village itself. In September I install a three part solo exhibition, a room of photographs, a room of paintings and an interactive installation with sound and colour. The gallery is generally Open to the public, and there will be a public event where I will be in attendance on the Sunday of the Corby Glen Sheep Fair. There will also be a display of Children’s drawings in the Library using the same pigments creating saints out of the people they love. The images here are of works on progress or sections of works in progress apart from the first image, West of Here which is complete.