Category Archives: printmaking

Woodford Bushtime festival

Woodford festival marks the old and new year for me, and the Bushtime festival was a magical small festival that seemed to distill the best of the other festivals, Science talks and walks, nights under the stars, busy creative sessions … Continue reading

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Young women’s project 2021

Some photos from a project for Zig Zag young women’s art group. Sessions in screenprinting, expressive printmaking, jewellery making, pinch pot ceramics, sculptural casting, artist books and more. I really enjoyed facilitating these sessions where friendships grew as art was … Continue reading

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New courses enrolling at Brisbane Institute of Art

https://brisart.org/ Winter timetable 2021 is out and the courses for second semester are now enrolling. Brisbane Institute of Art has exhibitions in the Metcalfe gallery. Open studio spaces have a well lit and spacious ambience. Classes are for beginner through … Continue reading

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Autumn short courses at Brisbane Institute of Art.

Autumn is a great time to learn new skills or return to creative interests, and there are some exciting offerings the program at Brisbane Institute of Art. https://brisart.org/courses/short-courses/short-courses-timetableI am offering a short course in printmaking with water based mediums on … Continue reading

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How art follows life, then life follows art.

I’m back in my studio, and have planted the garden with vegetables and fruit in pots to tempt and inspire me, as they crawl along the footpath and driveway, over fences and offer up their daily pickings. the shapes intrigue … Continue reading

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Creative 2020 At Brisbane Institute of Art

Classes will soon be recommencing At Brisbane Institute of Art. I am offering the following courses. Click on link for more information and to enrol through their website Fabric Printing 5 October to 20th November Monday 1pm to 4 pmhttps://brisart.org/courses/short-courses/fabric-printing-short-courses/fabric-design-printing-detail … Continue reading

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Launch of Sally Dillon’s campaign Coorparoo

This was an unexpectedly delightful event at The Pocket community garden in Woollongabba. We were screenprinting onto recycled shirts and repurposing shirts into bags at the festive launch of Sally Dillon’s campaign for Coorparoo. This event at The Pocket community … Continue reading

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Barcaldine FlyingArts

An artist in residence at Barcaldine as overt of the Small Schools program. The students had been working with Jenny Mace, a local botanical illustrator. My workshops were to make copper tiles and clay tiles for the entrance way to … Continue reading

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Aerosol

Photos from an aerosol spay painting workshop at Rochedale State High School organised by Flying Arts The students worked in groups to layer up large format work on panels with stencils

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Archaeology exhibition Logan Art Gallery

Finishing touches for Archaeology exhibition at Logan Art Gallery with FS Hellfisch. I can hardly believe how swiftly the time passed we first discussed the idea of  our Archaeology  to the reality of the exhibition. Opens 6.30pm. Logan Art Gallery … Continue reading

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