One of my favourite things to do with my art is explore techniques that may not have been fully explored before. It is pretty much impossible to find something that has never been attempted before, but there seem to be plenty of techniques that have never been fully explored or combined with some of our current technological capabilities.
It has been an odd week this week. Public holidays and migraines, web design and artwork, red and indigo. Most of the weekend was spent juggling between a website deadline and making time for the kids who have been on school holidays, home with Daddy. Mummy has been at work a lot lately so I’m […]
Chance meetings and random comments can open so many doors. A few weeks ago, I was prepping for an exhibition and finalising a few paper mosaics when I ran out of hanging wire and framing tape. I’m picky about my hanging wire and only purchase the plastic coated variety which I buy from my […]
It is not well known on this website because I don’t tend to mention it much, but I’m also trained in graphic design and do both graphic design and web design for artists, small businesses and non-profit organisations. The reason I don’t advertise it is because while I enjoy it, it is not the purpose of this website, which is to showcase my fine art more than my graphic art.
But this week I was a little tickled pink when the brand new signs at our local primary school went up displaying the logo I designed for them late last year.
In my studio this week it is all about production. I have gesso, and boards waiting for gesso, scattered across my drying racks, I have one painting and three paper mosaics in progress, and more waiting to be put online for sale. And dare I mention the crazy plans running around in my head? […]