A continuing metamorphosis

Here is a 39-second video of my (un)spoken words triptych – this gives a bit of an idea of how it has morphed into an interactive artwork which is still in-progress. Boxes and books made from eco dyed 200 gsm art papers; I also used parts of an old book, vintage pattern tissue, and handwriting.

Fiesta on George

Great music and food were the order of the day, plus a market featuring Tasmanian handmade. Honoured to be a part of this! Very windy but I made some good sales …

It was a bit of a family day too – my sister Mary and our son Johno also had stalls at the handmade market, while husband Ian and daughter Heather were a great support team for me at Gone Rustic too.

We are not related to the stilt walkers but I just had to photograph them!

Gallery jam, cont.

More photos of what turned out to be a great way to celebrate my gallery’s 12th birthday. [These photos were contributed by Peter Troode]

   
    
    
    
    
   

Gallery jam

What a great night we had at the gallery’s 12 birthday celebration yesterday! Fine food, music, art and poetry – what more could you ask? Oh, and great company of course!

[Catering by Abundant Soul]