What do you think?
What do you think?
I’d like to thank the Facebook group stuff sharers (about to close) and Denni for the old fashioned buttefly clips. With these I was able to create a new image to go with my ongoing exploration of Imagining Mum.
One of my most vivid memories of me and mum was waiting for Dad to finish night shift…we would watch television together and I would brush mum’s hair before she put it into butterfly clips.
She always liked her hair to look nice and even though she was going to the hairdressers the next day, she wanted her freshly washed hair to look good for the trip into town.
It is not only me that appreciates these happy yellow flowers.
Sunflowers growing help me cope with the heat which we experience living in Central Victoria during summer. This year in particular we have been having an especially long and hot summertime.
I have recently invested in a large A3 Scanner and so am able to expand my art practice.
As these plants opened up greeting the sun, I couldn’t help but smile.
Hope you do to.
Subject: Last weeks to see Sharon’s latest exhibition
Hi Folks,Hope you have all survived the heat wave over the past few weeks,This is just a reminder for those of you who wish to see Sharon’s latest exhibition at the Bendigo Pottery at Epsom here in Bendigo. You will be able to view Sharon’s latest works exhibited in the cafe of the pottery. It finishes on the 28th February.Drop in and have a browse around the pottery and view Sharon’s works in the cafe.Good price FREE entry.Also as an early advice, Sharon has accepted an invitation from the Mildura Art Gallery to show her works from May through to June. Will send out more details later.Bill
Sharon GreenawayWriter, Photographic Artist & Children’s book Reviewer.
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