We popped over to see what this Community day was all about. Vintage cars, motorbikes, people, food, bands, choir and more. We were present when a plaque commemorating Sir Reg Ansett was unveiled by his grandson.(didn’t get his name).
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”
Okay people, for those who requested a photo of my designed fabric which I ordered through Spoonflower in the USA…here it is! I have not prewashed it yet as the weather has not been warm enough. It is the Minky material, I bought two yards (yes that is right) and it is I think 54Continue reading “Art Fabric”
Just when you think you have seen most of Bendigo, you find something new. Drove down rifle range road today and saw some lovely native orchids amidst the wattle and other indigenous wildflowers!
Subject: Last weeks to see Sharon’s latest exhibition Hi Folks, Hope you have all survived the heat wave over the past few weeks, This is just a reminder for those of you who wish to see Sharon’s latest exhibition at the Bendigo Pottery at Epsom here in Bendigo. You will be able to view Sharon’s latest worksContinue reading “Press release from Bill.”
Looking forward to meeting people tomorrow morning at the Bendigo Pottery cafe for a chat about my latest exhibition Microcosm. I will be there between 9 am and 10 am.
These lovely birds are quite tolerant of me and my camera, although I do not annoy them much. Fine art prints are available from me for purchase for all nature lovers
You know it is spring here in semi-rural Bendigo when you see a gorgeous Eastern Bearded Dragon out enjoying the sunshine.
‘Hey, where do you think you are going?’ The female seems to be asking her mate.