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 …”
From the huge photographic cotton banners that I have hanging in #KineticKennington through to miniature floral arrangements, I love creating art inspired by our native wildflowers. When I requested a friend to make me some miniature ceramic pots I was gobsmacked at the selection Lyn from #thestudiohandmade created. They are stunning, here is one pieceContinue reading “Tiny floral art”
Wonderful to be able to get out into the landscape,albeit from the comfort of our cool and fly -resistant car!
This morning when I heard the familiar buzz of our native blue banded bees on the lavender under the kitchen window, I grabbed my camera. With my trusty dslr Nikon and Tamron 90 mm f2.8 macro lens, I hoped to get another shot of these fast, elusive bees. There were two busy getting their tuckerContinue reading “Beating 41.3 degrees celsius”
Okay people, for those who requested a photo of my designed fabric which I ordered through Spoonflower in the USA…here it is! I have not prewashed it yet as the weather has not been warm enough. It is the Minky material, I bought two yards (yes that is right) and it is I think 54Continue reading “Art Fabric”