Today was bump in day for my works for the BUDA historic home in Castlemaine.
The festival coincides with the Castlemaine State Festival and is entitled:
A European Australian Connection, commencing 24 March to 30 April 2023.
There are four other artists involved in this exploration of the juxtaposition of the two heritages.
42 Hunter St, Castlemaine.
#budacastlemaine #sharongreenawayart #australianflora #castlemainestatefestival2023

WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO HUBBY BILL GREENAWAY for taking images whilst I was busy with bumping in (installing) my ephemeral works. All images copyright 2023 BILL GREENAWAY.

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RONE Flinders Street Station Melbourne

Last Friday, I was fortunate to visit this amazing exhibition with almost-lifelongfriends and my husband.

Bill and I had seen the exhibition that RONE had put on in Geelong two years ago, and we were looking forward to his new show.

We were not disappointed!

It is an amazing achievement, so detailed and so much in it.

RONE’s philosophy is as far as I can tell, from darkness there is light.

Here are my images of my time in the big smoke…Melbourne/Naarm.

Busy day

Today I finished off my hand coloured bush landscape piece, photographed a beautiful blue banded bee and got my crocheted felted bowls off the moulds.

Productive fun day.

Bendigo woollen mill used to crochet and then felt these two bowls.
Hand coloured Giclee print on cotton rag.
A calm blue banded bee captured after it had landed on my gardening glove, motivating me to grab my camera and 90 mm macro lens.

Bush landscape finished

Bush landscape. Black and white Pigment inkjet print on cotton rag, hand coloured with pastels, pencils archival texta. 25/02/2023. 30 cm x 41 cm

Finally finished this piece, always feels a bit sad when I complete a piece, but also happy.

This piece will be exhibited in May 2023 where it will be framed and available for sale.

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