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Category Archives: winged things
Logan Art Gallery studio session
A session at the Logan Art Gallery. Photoemulsion screenprinting from drawing to printing for secondary teachers. Sponsored by School Art Supplies.
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pictures in an exhibition
New paintings and prints, frames within frames, my pictures in an exhibition.
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back to nature?
Meanwhile, back at Natureworks, they’ve been finishing a giant Santa and shipping more big koalas. When they’re bubble wrapped they look like a Christo work in progress. I like the inside-outside casting shells that hang in the sheds. On … Continue reading
Posted in mosaics, winged things, Zombies Tagged animal sculptures, big things, cast animals, David Joffe, lifesize animal sculptures, lifesize animals, mosaic animals, Nancy Brown, where the big things are Comments Off on back to nature?
Sometimes life takes a surreal turn. I never know what’s around the corner working on some large mosaic sculptural pieces in a bizarre and wonderful setting surrounded by low maintenance animals. Pinch myself to check if it’s real, and even … Continue reading
Posted in inspiration, mosaics, winged things, Zombies Tagged Catriona Holland, David Joffe, handmade Brisbane, natureworks Comments Off on mosaic sculptures
Making silk scarves, some work in progress, for Catwalk Botanique event, Friends of Mt Cootha Botanical Gardens.
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It’s Ekka time again, I have made some shifts for the Botanical fashion parade, my contribution to the slow fashion movement, a small and growing sewing machine led rebellion to the globalisation of fashion. A response to questions that are … Continue reading
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encaustic and silver
I’ve been exploring some new things: encaustic painting and silver etching, inviting both mediums to push the boundaries of the printmaking process and its curious alchemy. Tutors: Encaustic painting: Colleen Woods http://www.colleenwoods.com.au/ Jewellery: Clare Poppi http://clarepoppi.com/
Posted in illustration, jewellery, paisley, printmaking, screen printing, vegetable prints, winged things Tagged encaustic painting, printmaking, silver etching Comments Off on encaustic and silver
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