Still Life series

For several years I have been creating still life imagery from both native and exotic flora. Initially it was to do with my Imagining Mum series and the vases I had inherited from her. It has since evolved to a love of painting with light and our natural world. Each still life session needs planningContinue reading “Still Life series”

First large embroidery piece

As you may know I create small hand embroidered brooches that feature some of our local native flora. Late last year I decided to expand my embroidery skills by tackling a largish piece, CUSP (from my Bendigo Suburban Flora range). It has been an interesting time, as I learnt a few more stitches as wellContinue reading “First large embroidery piece”

Of Earth exhibition

I am pleased to announce that I have been chosen to exhibit in a current show at the old auction house in Kyneton. Of Earth features work by three Artists’ response to the theme. https://www.theoldauctionhouse.com The Old Auction House is in the arts precinct, Mollison Street, Kyneton.

Lady bugs busy busy busy

Last year I found a ladybugs nest and this year I have found lots of them busy working away at keeping the sap sucking nasties in control on my rose. Never seen so many in action before.

Busy few months

I have not posted here for some time and thought it best to keep my records up to date. Last month was a busy time balancing fighting off a dose of the flu or cold or whatever that, like many people. knocked me out a bit, with the preparation of work for the annual BendigoContinue reading “Busy few months”

Eucy scarf in silk crepe de chine

I have been wanting to create this silk crepe de chine scarf for some time, one for me and one to exhibit and sell. The design some of you may remember is the winter eucalyptus which I printed onto the gorgeous cotton fabric recently. I simply had to have one for myself. #WearableArt #SharonGreenaway #FloraContinue reading “Eucy scarf in silk crepe de chine”