graffiti 2

more photos taken in hoiser’s lane in melbourne recently

i was very interested to see the juxtoposition of the original window and door spaces with the artwork

2 windows, 1 doorway –

2 windows –

1 window, 1 doorway –

1 large window and 2 small windows –

[please note that these photographs are my original artwork and must not be used in any way without permission]

graffiti 1

visited the famous hosier’s lane in melbourne recently and captured some of its art on my trusty mobile phone

this photo, though incongruous, really captures the atmosphere of the place –

even rubbish becomes part of the art …

paper cast-offs –

and a gutter-full of cans and bottles –

[please note that these photographs are my original artwork and should not be used in any way without permission]

currawongs in the rain

just this morning i heard a racket outside our window

several currawongs had come to visit, so i quickly got my kodak digital camera and took these shots

this was the first one i saw and heard while blogging on the couch in our loungeroom –

then it moved to the top of another tree and called again –

the second currawong was interested in the windfalls from our apple tree –

and the third flew to one of the birch trees –

all of them were calling to each other … it was amazing …

[to see how currawongs have recently begun to influence my textile art, click here …]

inspirations 3

to follow on from my first and second posts on this topic, here are some more photos taken in melbourne over the long weekend

i should also mention that all the inspirations series of photos were taken with my lg-android mobile phone

wall 1 –

wall 2 –

wall 3 –

[please note that these photographs are my original artwork and should not be used in any way without permission]