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 theseContinue reading “Yam Daisy is back”

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.

Greenaway’s Art Gallery & Museum

Over the last few months I have posted the occasional photograph of my miniature art gallery and museum. I thought I would put together a simple timeline of how it is coming together. There will be one gallery space that won’t be filled until close to the exhibition time which will be in October 2021.Continue reading “Greenaway’s Art Gallery & Museum”

Sneak peak at how the mini art gallery is progressing

I am working a lot on this gallery as it needs to be ready for a group exhibition in September. Here is a sneak peak of one of the galleries.

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

Flora and Fauna fabric brooches…2020

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.

Whipstick is Pure Gold in winter

A little video in motion… https://vimeo.com/351945107?activityReferer=1

Hand embroidered flora

Using my new embroidery hoop I have been thread colouring a new piece, featuring a favourite flower from the Bendigo region- the common (although I don’t think it is at all common!) fringe myrtle. Not only did this hoop make sewing French knots so much easier, the end result I am pleased with.