Hot summer days are a good excuse to stay inside and work. I am framing my miniature artworks of local flora. Using a variety of methods they are proving fiddly but worthwhile. Each image is a Giclee archival picture printed on 100% archival cotton rag so they need to be treated with care. Some framesContinue reading “Summer days …”
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.
Despite Covid restrictions our group exhibition has managed to attract visitors and art sales. The show is on until Sunday 17th October 2021, so those who live regionally can still make it! Here are some images of my contribution to the theme of Space and what it means to me. Enjoy!
Space exhibition Bendigo. Bump in day was yesterday for this amazing exhibition. With the assistance of City Of Greater Bendigo staff we managed to install the huge exhibition in time. Thanks to Emily and crew. Here are some pictures from the day. The exhibition is being held at Dudley House View Street Bendigo from todayContinue reading “Space exhibition”
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”
A glimpse into some of my work for a group exhibition that may or may not be held next month. Here in Victoria we are under lockdown due to Covid outbreaks, so each week is unknown. Creating the work is very cathartic and challenging.
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The Bendigo wax flower is a tiny one, with many flowers on each branch. They are starting their winter flowering season.
Last September I was diagnosed with a blood cancer, Multiple Myeloma. My first appointment with an oncologist took place at the cancer clinic at Bendigo Hospital. I remember entering the building for this appointment feeling as if I were in a bad dream. Treatment for this chronic disease began also at this hospital inContinue reading “A space offering hope”