It can be so real. The imposter syndrome. It’s more than false humility. When we got into Art in Clay, our first fair in the south of England and a large and well attended one that I have followed on social media for some time. The acceptance email came through and after thirty seconds of elation , the doubt struck and I kept checking my emails expecting them to say, sorry we just emailed the wrong person. That feeling hasn’t quite left until the publicity began in earnest more recently. I read a little while ago that imposter syndrome only occurs when you know and understand the standard expected of you – and that allows you to work up to that. So I am taking that on board and aim to mark work we’re proud of. Stay tuned!