A friend suggested I put a coin against my art works to give scale…I should have thought that myself! Well here are two beautiful mini vases from Lyn at #thestudiohandmade with dried Australian wildflowers mixed with non native flora.
Sharon took great delight as well as many hours of work to create these cotton banners for the outdoor exhibition at Kennington Reservoir, Bendigo Victoria.
I love this time of year when the wildflowers are gathering strength to show off their beauty. The Bendigo/Fairy wax is flowering and yet it is the sundews that took my eye on our recent bush walk. The creeping sundew is an intriguing plant and this patch was lovely in the winter light.
We had to go to Benalla on Monday so decided to stay over for two nights. There is quite a bit of art to see there. My favourite place was the Winton Wetlands. Here are some pics. Here is a link for more information about this wonderful place https://wintonwetlands.org.au/project-overview/ …
Continuing our record of War Memorials in the Bendigo, Loddon and Mount Alexander regions, Australia.
Australian Wildflowers in miniature on furniture
I finally completed this cotton wall hanging. I decided to use a recycled timber hanging system which goes well with the natural theme. I would love your feedback.
Recently I was invited to write an article on how I make my miniature floral works. The article was to be published in the online magazine Dolls Houses Past and Present. I enjoyed the experience and hope you get to make and enjoy your own miniature floral arrangements. https://www.dollshousespastandpresent.co.uk/Magazine/Issue-34-December-2021/Page-13
The wildflowers season we have just experienced here in Central Victoria has been stunning. I was able to get out and capture both new and old acquaintances with my camera and have at last managed to sit down to work on a new repeating design with some of these images. It will look gorgeous printedContinue reading “Winter & spring 2021 Wildflowers Loddon Mallee, Australia”
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”