My wearable art range is available at:
BUDA Castlemaine https://budacastlemaine.org
WARRAL Honey Maldon http://warralhoney.com.au
And my works on paper and canvas:
Castlemaine Market building, Historic Market Building, 44 Mostyn Street Castlemaine, Victoria
I am excited to announce that next month I will be involved in a group exhibition that has taken two years to come to fruition.
Our group 1st came together for a small show in 2019 with the intent of a larger show in 2020, however as you all know 2020 was a disastrous year.
Here is a flyer that tells you more, hope you can make it to the exhibition.
It was in 2016 during a foray into a mosquito laden bush that we first saw the Yam Daisy.
It was one lonely plant and I have wanted to see and photograph more ever since then.
Yesterday during our lockdown exercise, walking into the Box Ironbark bush near our home we spotted several of these bright native plants.
I was determined to capture many more images than last time (battling the wind that can ruin a macro image ) I succeeded in photographing enough to keep me very happy.
Here is one hiding amongst its floral neighbours.
5ply pure Bendigo woollen mills wool.
A glimpse into some of my work for a group exhibition that may or may not be held next month. Here in Victoria we are under lockdown due to Covid outbreaks, so each week is unknown.
Creating the work is very cathartic and challenging.
The Bendigo wax flower is a tiny one, with many flowers on each branch. They are starting their winter flowering season.
I have been selected to exhibit in the Climate Resilience Is Art Exhibition.
To be held in August at Dudley House, Bendigo, Australia.
Here is a flier for you to note down details and to share.
It is so good to be able to produce new work.
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