With the changes Covid 19 has made for everyone I have created my own on line shop at Ebay for people to directly purchase my exclusive range of Australian wearable art scarves and other items. So far I have had good response with selling straight off, but I did not wish my followers to missContinue reading “Australian Flora wearable art for sale”
Update, just in time for Mothers’ Day my brooches, as well as directly from me , are NOW available online from BUDA Castlemaine. https://budacastlemaine.org/shop/gifts/ Available NOW from the Bendigo Pottery. As well as the Visitor Information Centre Bendigo.
Being an artist is a broad term, but for me I start my art with a photograph and then decide how it is to be used. My return to hand stitched items began almost four years ago when I began my wearable art range of scarves that feature my photographic art of Bendigo goldfields nativeContinue reading “Hand colouring with thread and other sewing”
This morning when I heard the familiar buzz of our native blue banded bees on the lavender under the kitchen window, I grabbed my camera. With my trusty dslr Nikon and Tamron 90 mm f2.8 macro lens, I hoped to get another shot of these fast, elusive bees. There were two busy getting their tuckerContinue reading “Beating 41.3 degrees celsius”
Sharon Greenaway’s Studio News 25TH November 2018 Hi everyone, I had planned on writing this newsletter for a week or so and having just sat down to it I realise it is, wait for it, only one month until Christmas! I hope your year has been a good one. We (hubby Bill and I) haveContinue reading “Studio News November 2018”
News from my studio 22nd April 2018. Preparing for a meet the maker type of event at the recent Creative Conversation occasion held at the Bendigo Pottery I was reminded by hubby that Mothers’ Day was just around the corner. It was his suggestion to make a sign to this effect to pin onto myContinue reading “Mothers’ Day 2018”