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”
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”
Going through my files in preparation for new works and came across this image of Bendigo circa Feb. 2011 I wonder how much it will change or has changed in seven years?
For several years photographic artist Sharon Greenaway with her husband Bill Greenaway travelled the countryside recording WW1 War Memorials as photographs. During this time they met many interesting people at some venues, but often as not many memorials stood alone, often in country towns that were sparsely populated. As the body of work grew, SharonContinue reading “Central Victorians Remember 2015”
https://05-lvl3-pdl.vimeocdn.com/01/3403/1/42016601/97848382.mp4?token=0bb97b9e601ec4f406c9d&expires=1463009755&filename=Imagining%20Mum-HD.mp4&download=1 I am currently in the process of making a short slideshow/video about my current work at the Transient Landscape exhibition in the Old post office, Bendigo. However I thought a link to previous videos may be of interest. Here is the first one.
Getting everything packed for bump in for the Transient Landscape my tummy is all aflutter-twelve months worth of work is finally honed down and ready for the exhibition! And yes I had one last item to produce, this one was made from the summer collection of handmade paper and was only finished this morning! Continue reading “Butterflies are a flutter!”
Sneak peak at one of my handmade books for upcoming exhibit at Post Office Artist space with other 3AMPs. In this book each image has been hand coloured with pastels and the covers are handmade recycled paper made by me. I also dyed the paper using eucalyptus bark.
For four weeks this pop up arts space will operate at shop 7 Fountain Court. And I am happy to say I was selected to participate with my piece Young Woman (circa 1950s). Thanks to Maree Tonkin for the image… The doors opened on Wednesday 9 th March with WIN NEWS covering the event.Continue reading “Exhibit B”