Join me in helping to raise funds for drought relief to Australian farmers with @artforbales.
Now up for auction until Thursday August 23, 9pm AEST. “Morning Fog” 2018. 30x40cm. Unframed signed photographic print.
Please comment or DM me to place a bid. Bids starting at $40. (Every $20 buys a bale!)
Domestic shipping included.
The successful bidder to make the donation directly to @buyabale and DM a screenshot of the receipt to me.
Photograph description - this particular photograph won me a spot in an exhibit this winter at @bunjil_place in Casey, Vic. The exhibit was themed on the great Australian artist #arthurboyd. It was taken in the rolling country hills where the Boyd family lived and created many wonderful paintings, just north of Berwick. It is also presently in my solo exhibit at the Community Art Space @stjohnofgodberwickhospital.
I’m happy to be one of the artists working with @artforbales An artists initiative to raise funds to get help to the drought affected farms right now in Australia. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this photograph will donated to @buyabale. Help support our farmers and get some art for your space at the same time!
6 1144 hours ago
The Golden Piñata is finally here Sydney amigos!
See you this Friday night!! The Factory Theatre / 8pm
Congratulations to the 40 finalists of the Black Swan Prize for Portraiture. We're looking forward to having your works on display at the Gallery from this October. You can view all the finalists works on blackswanprize.com.au
image: Courtesy of Black Swan Prize.
7 22112 hours ago
Drawing : initial explorations mapping ritual and place
Beautiful watercolour work with a lovely caption! ❤️ Repost: @the_plain_jane_writes
Mindfulness ie paying attention to the present moment is what I’ve been trying to develop. Painting and calligraphy become my mindfulness practice. .
“The greatest gift is giving your attention.“
1 5914 hours ago
Stage 1 Mixing paint for my next painting .. 🎨 having fun with the music - Jennifer Lopez 😀
‘Blue’ Group Exhibition is on until 26th August in Orange @cornerstoregallery
So many amazing works!!! (My little work is the third one in the top row - Chair with Blue Fibro House’//SOLD)
#repost with @get_repost
BLUE is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and features all these works and many more! 44 artworks were selected from over 90 applications. Pop in and visit this week!
Finding meaning isn’t always easy, but finding beauty is.
Thank you to my friend; Evie! She’s such a beauty! 💚
10 3314 hours ago
I have donated a couple of pieces to the @rmitceramics Auction for 2018 - tomorrow August 21, 5pm-8pm! This event helps to raise funds for the students' end of year graduate show. Come for a bevvy and bring some $$ for some sweet pots!
Image by Helena Sinclair 👍
“Golden red cliffs” oil on canvas 61 x 61 x 4 cm Inspired by Cape Leveque 🧡🎨🖌
I hope you didn’t miss Kathy & Ben’s exhibition at Sabbia Gallery - 1>25 August 2018 .
New works in glass by Ben Edols and Kathy Elliott
“As one of the most successful artistic partnerships in Australia, the glass of Ben Edols and Kathy Elliott has received international recognition. Over the last twenty seven years, they have collaborated on artwork that has inspired many through its beautiful and compelling use of colour, form, pattern and light. They have created some of the finest bodies of glass art both within Australia and overseas in that time.
The artwork of Edols and Elliott has been exhibited worldwide, and has been acquired for some of the leading international public and private art collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, The Museum of Art and Design in New York, The Toyama Art Museum in Japan, the Corning Glass Museum in New York and the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra” - as outlined by the Gallery curator. @sabbiagallery@edolselliottglass@ausglass_au@pilchuckglassschool@corningmuseum@canberraglassworks#australianglassart#australianartists#nikon810#broncolorlighting
In memory of Charles Blackman, who died today aged 90. His exhibition was the first one I remember seeing as a child in Australia and excitedly bought the catalogue. There were lots of paintings of cats and sad school girls. Blackman was part of a radical set of artists in post-war Melbourne who called themselves the Antipodeans – which included Arthur Boyd, David Boyd, John Brack, Robert Dickerson, John Perceval and Clifton Pugh– who gained influence in the Australian art scene through the 1950s and 60s, largely through their rejection of the growing trend in abstraction and expressionism. This is a painting from his haunting school girl series , about a school girl murdered in 1921, which was my favourite . #charlesblackman#australianartists#painters
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