I missed the deadline to apply to Spring Fling this year. This is the long explanation of how life (and death) got in the way.
Out at gallery
Five years ago, I was very critical of the work I was producing. I was trying to establish myself as an artist, unsure of myself and full of doubts. I didn't admit to any of...
I have a rather poorly husband at the moment, but have been able to squeeze in a little experimentation with oil and cold wax.
I really do find watercolour one of the hardest and most unforgiving mediums to use. Having the right paper and good brushes is a good starting point and good quality paints of...
I’m in a fallow period at the moment art-wise and I know that this is a normal and necessary part of the creative process.
Some of the exercises from Pauline Agnew’s Expressive Portrait class that I recently enrolled in.
More from the blog
A ten minute short film about myself and two other local artists.
A selection of paintings reflecting the strangest of years.
Talking about my art journal process and how it has helped me.
A whistle stop tour of my messy little studio.
Join me on a tour of the Spring Fling gallery
A look at my Spring 2020 paintings
I’m saying thank you to my subscribers with a thank you giveaway. Sign up now and you’ll be automatically entered.
I’m sharing the finished results of my silk papermaking experiments.
May 22nd would normally start the Spring Fling weekend, but this year things have moved online.
“Let it Rain” is a large acryclic painting on canvas, my response to the Australian bushfires of 2019-20.
Working on a new collection of seascape paintings, experimenting with watercolour and oils.
Open Studios weekend, Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd September 2019