Thrilled to announce that the Bendigo Tramways are supporting me by selling my art…
I was asked to write a short piece of background information on my photograms for the centre. I thought I would share it with you here as well. Hand Coloured artwork by Sharon Greenaway. Sharon creates black and white digital photograms of local flora which are printed onto thick photo paper. From here Sharon usesContinue reading “Further to my post about selling work at Bendigo Tourism Centre”
I am delighted to announce that my hand coloured photograms have been accepted for sale in the Bendigo Visitor’s centre. Each piece is individually hand coloured using pastels and other mediums. I really love making these art pieces and enjoy delving into this impressionist style of work. There is a selection of framed and unframedContinue reading “My work is for sale at the Bendigo Visitor Information centre”
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…”
With the tremendous work by Bill and co-owner of the Pottery Sally Thomson, my exhibition, Microcosm, is installed. I hope you get the time to go along and view this latest work. I know I have enjoyed tremendously putting it together.
Only a few days to go before ‘Microcosm’ is installed at the iconic Bendigo Pottery. We have framed all the images and I look forward to feedback from people once they see them. The images have been created from found objects from our place in Bendigo. I use a combination of traditional digital photography asContinue reading “Microcosm almost there…”
Bill and I visited Piper Street Kyneton today to check out the Stockroom (http://www.stockroomkyneton.com) art gallery and were amazed at how vibrant this street has become. We remembered visiting this area often in our early days of travelling from Melbourne to Bendigo, stopping off at the historic bakery for a break and a place to feedContinue reading “Piper Street Kyneton is alive & kicking”