Being an artist is about creating works to be viewed.
Today I took some paintings of Bhutan out of storage. I would have been travelling right now, but instead I am preparing for Noosa Open Studios. If it wasn’t for Covid-19, I wouldn’t be opening my studio space up for people to visit. If wasn’t for the border closures between Queensland and the southern states,… Continue reading Art Travel
I’m developing a new series of artworks using old family photos, collage and photomontage. (Pun intended.) While this work contains much that is personal and meaningful only to me and my family, it is also a commentary on the many roles of women, the changing images of women, the tensions and struggles that women navigate… Continue reading Fifties Fridge
Assembling materials for a three week artist in residency at The Butter Factory in April.
It’s so long since I’ve worked with oils. For some reason I have the desire to do so again so I bought out an oil painting that had graced the bathroom wall for quite a few years. That’s the one of the joys of being an artist. You always have work on hand to instantly… Continue reading Painting in Oils Again
I am an online finalist in the Lethbridge Gallery Small Art Prize, Brisbane. Thrilled that both the paintings submitted made the cut.