Archive for June, 2017

Worrowing Day 2

June 27th, 2017  |  Published in inspirations, practice  |  Leave a comment

Waking up seeing the colours of dawn from bed and painting. I had soaked a batch of rabbit skin glue and alum to size a bunch of new linen and canvas stretchers, one being the ringtail and magpie shroud created at hill End. I worked on Bherwerre 6 more too and thought of a work to paint for the Flourish theme Ravenswood Art Prize, although I only have two days left to create it, which may be impossible. Darren and I walked down to the dams and swamp on the property and found some clay colours suitable for the ochre expedition on Sunday. I was hoping to also find wattle glue but there were mainly casuarinas, eucalypts and paperbarks.

Worrowing Day 1

June 27th, 2017  |  Published in inspirations, practice  |  Leave a comment

I moved into Worrowing today. A sun-filled studio apartment on a private estate run by Jenny, Adrian and one of their sons Tom who is also an artist. I focused on painting the 6th Mural. At 5pm I met Jennifer from Bundanon to hand over my artwork donation the diptych ‘Winter Stingray with Jennifer’s Skate (1) & (2)’

Naturally Yours

June 9th, 2017  |  Published in exhibitions  |  Leave a comment

I have been invited to exhibit in this group exhibition at the ANU School of Art and Design Gallery June 16th – July 15th. I decided to submit the Marine Relics shroud installation.