Daily Archives: June 21, 2011

patterns on silk

indigo, shibori, sunprints, clamping, twisting folding, usings stencils and resists, silk painting, gutta resists, batik and plant dyes, lots of brews and bubbles…. next workshop Brisbane Institute of Art autumn program 2013. Contact me nancybrown@bigpond.com or Brisbane Institute of Art … Continue reading

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A few textiles….. big screenprints

Here is a slideshow of some of the bigger screenprints that I’ve been doing. Some are from the Woodford folk Festival, where we create decor for the various festivals, and some are with Upatree Puppetry for their giant puppets, who … Continue reading

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Laser cut sculpture

These are laser cut metal sculptures for the Arts Media block at Harris Fields. The sculpture was created from screenprints that the children had made and printed themselves, which were made up into friendship quilt panels. They had drawn from … Continue reading

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work on canvas

The work evolved with a layering up of imagery on long canvasses, the printed patterns connecting the different panels. The studio was the great outdoors and during the exhibition I kept finding tiny poinciana leaves among the paint, The paintings … Continue reading

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Screenprinted Baby Quilts

I made these quilts from screenprinted material left over from my community textile project to welcome some babies I know into the world! Hollie had suggested a sewing day. She made a flaming tree skirt, while I made the bears….

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Bundamba Koalas

I painted this section of the mural at the tunnel at Bundamba station for Queensland Rail This is a section of the Bundamba underpass that I painted. I was happy to have the task of putting the Koalas in, because … Continue reading

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off the rails

20/20 project finishes This was a baby Queenslander that I painted on Wooloowin Station from composites of photos that  I had taken of houses around the area. Our team leader Rob Clark suggested we photograph houses and shops in the … Continue reading

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muralling project ends dot dot dot

piecows, going dotty and the Infinity Zone We all had rocks in our heads by the end of the muralling at Woodridge station. Here is a fetching look in neon safety wear modelled by lovely Charmaine. We were getting very … Continue reading

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