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SPACE EXHIBITION, BENDIGO, AUSTRALIA

Despite Covid restrictions our group exhibition has managed to attract visitors and art sales.

The show is on until Sunday 17th, so those who live regionally can still make it!

Here are some images of my contribution to the theme of Space and what it means to me.

Enjoy!

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Australian Flora wearable art for sale (11th January 2021 update)

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

Space exhibition

Space exhibition Bendigo.

Bump in day was yesterday for this amazing exhibition.

With the assistance of City Of Greater Bendigo staff we managed to install the huge exhibition in time.

Thanks to Emily and crew.

Here are some pictures from the day.

The exhibition is being held at Dudley House View Street Bendigo from today until 17 October, (closed 11 October.)

For those who can travel within regional Victoria I hope you can make it to our show.

Come and meet at least one of the artists between 11am and 4 pm daily.

Eucalyptus landscape, Sharon Greenaway
Work in progress main gallery
Work in progress Lorraine Brigdale’s work
Sharon Greenaway in front of her Miniature art gallery

SPACE exhibition

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.

SPACE Group exhibition 8th to 17th October 2021

Yam Daisy is back

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.

MAINLY TAKEN IN SITU THESE FLORAS ARE NATIVE TO AUSTRALIA AND MANY ARE NATIVE PARTICULARLY TO CENTRAL VICTORIA

Space… exhibition…

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.

So good to get out into the Bendigo bush 2021

MAINLY TAKEN IN SITU THESE FLORAS ARE NATIVE TO AUSTRALIA AND MANY ARE NATIVE PARTICULARLY TO CENTRAL VICTORIA
MAINLY TAKEN IN SITU THESE FLORAS ARE NATIVE TO AUSTRALIA AND MANY ARE NATIVE PARTICULARLY TO CENTRAL VICTORIA
MAINLY TAKEN IN SITU THESE FLORAS ARE NATIVE TO AUSTRALIA AND MANY ARE NATIVE PARTICULARLY TO CENTRAL VICTORIA
MAINLY TAKEN IN SITU THESE FLORAS ARE NATIVE TO AUSTRALIA AND MANY ARE NATIVE PARTICULARLY TO CENTRAL VICTORIA
MAINLY TAKEN IN SITU THESE FLORAS ARE NATIVE TO AUSTRALIA AND MANY ARE NATIVE PARTICULARLY TO CENTRAL VICTORIA

please note all these images are subject to copyright, if you would like to purchase a large file of them, please contact me.

I had to reblog this post by a fabulous local wildlife photographer. (Echidnas are a wonderful creature). The train passes through Strangways

Although they’re quite common at our place at Strangways, it’s always a special delight to encounter an Echidna. So an Echidna train is a real (and …

The train passes through Strangways