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 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.
I hope the photo montage is self-explanatory, feel free to message me if you like more information. Sharon
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.
https://www.collinsbooks.com.au/book/The-Extraordinary-Emu/9781301086306 My range of ebooks on Australian fauna includes this one about emus. Included are images of emus in Western Australia, South Australia and Victoria. I had a great time putting in the research hours for this book and hope you will benefit from it with your children.