From a time long gone this exquisite machine cum work of art still works. If you have five minutes you will enjoy this video. Thanks to Alan Boromeo (artist) for sharing this.
New artwork created today! As many of my creative colleagues know, getting a final piece of work completed can mean hours of slog, not to mention the research and practice that has gone on before. Today I decided to create a new piece of wearable art in the form of a mixed fabric scarf, usingContinue reading “New artwork created !”
My foray into embroidery to enhance my native floral wearable art range has been recognised (just a little bit) in the new edition of Inspirations news #188. https://mailchi.mp/inspirationsmagazine/embroidery-news-issue-461281?e=1fd025ae44
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”
I thought I would share an image from my new series, mother earth (WIP) I am interested in your thoughts, Best Sharon
I am pleased to at long last be involved in an exhibition during the Castlemaine State Festival. I hope you can make it to the festival and my work at this centrally located gallery.
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”
This gorgeous crepe de chine silk scarf is a one metre square and features the native eucalyptus and sheoak of the region. It is for sale, $150 plus p&p. Contact me for more information.