I could not resist setting up this gorgeous image of country England.
As part of the celebration of the opening of my Exhibition Imagining Mum I wanted to photograph mothers on Mother’s Day. These images will then join my artwork in the exhibition in the form of a slideshow: thus changing the audience into participants. I would like to thank Heather and all the staff at theContinue reading “Mothers’ Day 2014 Mildura Arts Centre : my photoshoot”
My newest poem for children has been published in the March 2014 of Countdown School Magazine. Love the accompanying illustrations of busy bees!
Sunflowers growing help me cope with the heat which we experience living in Central Victoria during summer. This year in particular we have been having an especially long and hot summertime. I have recently invested in a large A3 Scanner and so am able to expand my art practice. As these plants opened up greetingContinue reading “Sunflowers 1 Photogram”
After days of over 40 degree celsius heat a cool change is on the way. Earlier today I heard the welcome sound of rain, only to look out the window and see false rain from the surrounding eucalypts as they unloaded their unwanted bark and leaves.
I took this shot as a passenger in our family car as we passed the intrepid players who kept on playing in the 30 degree heat. It was the parking of the matching scooters out the front that caught my eye.
Note the bulging eyes, wings splayed and open panting mouth…signs of wildlife in distress on a hot summer day in Central Victoria (over 44 degrees Celsius) Image shot through wire door so as not to disturb the bird.
Currently the resident Butcherbird family has increased to four and the parents are kept very busy caring for their two young chicks. The adults have been showing them places where there is shade and food (our front door step area) and water holes (buckets we have put out during this heatwave.) When we are homeContinue reading “Grey Butcherbirds’ behaviour in the Heatwave”