Winter eucalyptus

I was a bit saddened as well as joyful yesterday when I said goodbye to this beauty when it sold at the Australian native plant society annual show. I trust its new owner will get a lot of pleasure from wearing it. This mixed fabric scarf was a challenge as I was combining the 100%Continue reading “Winter eucalyptus”

Local businesses support each other

Whenever it is feasible I shop locally, ranging from a variety of businesses including the butcher, baker, hairdresser, pharmacy, post office and florist. It is always nice when locals in turn support my arts practice. Today I received another outlet for my Art Cards: Linda from Lazy Flowers florist, Strathfieldsaye bought a large quantity ofContinue reading “Local businesses support each other”

Harold Davis…a photographer worth following

Home As many of you may know, with access to so much information on the Internet we can often find  things and after a while can not remember how or where we found them. Such is the case with this photographer, but I am so glad that I did find him as his work isContinue reading “Harold Davis…a photographer worth following”

WW1 Memorial Exhibition opens to an enthusiastic audience.

Thank you to Ms Julie Millowick for doing a passionate and sincere opening speech for our latest exhibition. And  a sincere thank you to everyone who came along to support us. Here is how the Bendigo Advertiser reported it in todays newspaper.

Photographing Artist’s Work.

Photographing Artist’s Work. One of the jobs I enjoy doing is photographing other artist’s work. Rebecca Giles is one such artist and has kindly given me permission to publish some of the photographs I recently took from her latest work. If you would like a quote on creating imagery for your own portfolio, please contactContinue reading “Photographing Artist’s Work.”

MONA Visit Tasmania 2013

Returning to Tasmania twenty eight years after our last visit, one of the things I really wanted to visit was MONA; Bill not so sure. I first learnt of MONA (the Museum of New and Old Art) when watching the now defunct ABC television show Collectors in 2011 and had wanted to visit this unique,Continue reading “MONA Visit Tasmania 2013”