We have had a lull in the wet weather here in Bendigo so it was a good time to get out and see what wildflowers have survived the deluge. Bill and I were happy to see more flowers out along with the ones we discovered 3 weeks ago. Some were weather beaten or eaten asContinue reading “Wildflower hunting before the rain”
A glorious display of white daisies sitting amongst eucalyptus met our eyes as we travelled today to Dunolly, Victoria. We had to stop and endeavour to capture some of this beauty with the camera.
A friend suggested I put a coin against my art works to give scale…I should have thought that myself! Well here are two beautiful mini vases from Lyn at #thestudiohandmade with dried Australian wildflowers mixed with non native flora.
From the huge photographic cotton banners that I have hanging in #KineticKennington through to miniature floral arrangements, I love creating art inspired by our native wildflowers. When I requested a friend to make me some miniature ceramic pots I was gobsmacked at the selection Lyn from #thestudiohandmade created. They are stunning, here is one pieceContinue reading “Tiny floral art”
Sharon took great delight as well as many hours of work to create these cotton banners for the outdoor exhibition at Kennington Reservoir, Bendigo Victoria.
I am thrilled to be part of this pop up outdoor exhibition in Bendigo for the month of August 2022. Art that moves is the underlying theme to this free exhibition. My works hang in the trees, flowing in the wind, mimicking the native wildflowers natural movements. Each of the five banners feature different floraContinue reading “Kinetic Kennington”
Summer Gold will be going to a its new home in the Yarra Valley. So heartening to know others appreciate my art. As well as ‘Embracing our Wildflowers’ I have been asked to add a new photographic art piece to the winter exhibition at the Market Building Winter show, Castlemaine, Victoria.
I love this time of year when the wildflowers are gathering strength to show off their beauty. The Bendigo/Fairy wax is flowering and yet it is the sundews that took my eye on our recent bush walk. The creeping sundew is an intriguing plant and this patch was lovely in the winter light.
The importance of lighting to get the look you are after.