Wonderful to be able to get out into the landscape,albeit from the comfort of our cool and fly -resistant car!
Our first sighting of the Bendigo Wax in the wild. Flowering earlier than normal, it was a delight to see. As were the sundews glistening in the sun.
I am delighted to let you know the wonderful historic Buda at Castlemaine is now stocking my art works. Thank you to Viv and the team for this support, I appreciate it.
This stunning depiction of Central Victorian landscapes is available as a giclee print from me directly, please do not reproduce without my permission.
On Saturday the 30th April the 3AMPs’exhibition opened to a crowd that filled the exhibition space to capacity. We had a lovely afternoon listening firstly to Kathryn Mackenzie Bendigo Tourism Manager. She gave a brief history of the background to the glorious building the exhibition is located, (was once the thriving Post Office, now anContinue reading “The Transient Landscape opens…”
During the course of the collaboration for the Transient Landscape I learnt from Mari about creating work from paper clay. Here is one piece from my experiences which now sits in our bathroom with bush potpourri.
Getting everything packed for bump in for the Transient Landscape my tummy is all aflutter-twelve months worth of work is finally honed down and ready for the exhibition! And yes I had one last item to produce, this one was made from the summer collection of handmade paper and was only finished this morning! Continue reading “Butterflies are a flutter!”
I thought I would share a quick pic of my fourth accordion style book as it is drying. This will be my last for the Transient Landscape before the exhibition opens next week.
Sneak peak at one of my handmade books for upcoming exhibit at Post Office Artist space with other 3AMPs. In this book each image has been hand coloured with pastels and the covers are handmade recycled paper made by me. I also dyed the paper using eucalyptus bark.