The clump of Barbed Wire Grass along the edge my garden path grew from wind blown seed. It gave me so much joy to see this plant which miraculously found its way to the edge of the path. Then I noticed Mother Nature at work again. One-by-one three little grass seedlings appeared in a line… Continue reading Creating a garden path with a barbed wire grass edge
Most people are familiar with this sunflower painting, so ubiquitous are Van Gogh’s works. I imagined the father telling his daughter, “See, this is the original”, studying the painting to find the signature. No matter how good the reproductions of this painting, none will prepare you for the extraordinary luminosity of the actual work. I… Continue reading Botticelli to Van Gogh
That’s what my amazingly creative sister did. She’s using her garden as a 3-D canvas while taking a break from other creative pursuits. Meanwhile, Kaiser, her German Shepard provided a helping paw, showcasing his talent for path creation. Rob noticed that each day Kaiser had his little walking ritual. Being a Shepherd, bred for guarding,… Continue reading A dog designing garden paths
judetullochartist is having a makeover. My goal is to create a visually exciting, thought provoking “destination” for people who are lovers or creators of art, and who like to experience the world through an “artist’s eye”. In the next twelve months, I’ll be rethinking and re-designing my whole site, looking for ways to make it more… Continue reading Branching out in a new direction
Being an artist is about creating works to be viewed.
Hi WordPress World. For those who don’t know me I’m Jude Tulloch. For those who do, welcome to what I hope will be an exciting year of blogging. I’m an artist who travels, loves photography and caring for the bushland that surrounds my home in Australia on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. That’s me on September 11,… Continue reading 2021: The artist emerges
Birth and death are inextricably linked. As one life passes, new life springs forth. This is an intensely personal abstract painting that was selected for the 2018 Taste of Art exhibition at the Noosa Regional Gallery. Somehow it resonates again in the wider context of the pandemic we are facing. I am letting it go,… Continue reading Birth and Death: an abstract painting
It could have been in storage; A mixed media canvas, propped on the workbench, waiting to be put away before I opened up for Noosa Open Studios. But two of my Marcus Artisan buddies called by and persuaded me to put it on display. Thanks to Julie and Kris, this work got a showing. I… Continue reading Mixed media – abstract animals