The M COLLECTION Art Award is a competition created and independently run by The MCollection, a Melbourne based, contemporary Australian Art Collective.
The aim of the MCollection Award is to encourage unrepresented Victorian artists and support the
Melbourne art community.
The award consists of a $7,000 cash prize, for the winning entrant and an art supplies
incentive for runner up.
Congratulations to Anne (me) for being shortlisted for her piece Totem Poles – The things that spoke. It will be on early in October and I will send you the details.
My clivia has flowered for the first time in 2 and a half years. The tiny pink buds are on a small forest pansy tree and the green bud (out of focus) is on the persimon tree which in 2 and a half years has not grown so very much (still looks small) even though it was planted to become the focal point of the front garden. Oh well, the sky is free and always changing.
Help – does anyone recognise and know the name of the flower I used in the artwork above. It grows in a ball shape and the closest thing that I found was clivia however I am not sure if they come in the maroon/purple colour or not.
THIS SUNDAY 31st Aug 2014
8 Martin St, St Kilda
Loudmouth, Brightspace and Yoganica present
PEACE OF ART
Join Melbourne’s top emerging artists, musicians and designers for an evening of visual and performance art to raise money for the Palestinian Children’s Relief Fund.
- Silent Auction from 5-7pm on all works
- Incredible live performances
- LIVE cross to GAZA to speak with the PCRF
Michael Leunig | Reg Mombassa | Bryan Dawe | Samuel Tupou | Nathan Kaso | Glenn Brady | Nina Gilbert | Yuria Okamura | George Diamandis | Holly Block | Melanie Lazarow | Van Rudd | Anne Warren | Louisa Wang | Bernadette Boundy | McLaren Family Pottery & more
Fouad Harraka | Mark Linton-Smith | Shar Mae Amor
Artwork – Woman with feathers and buildings will be donated for an exhibition fundraiser for Palestinian children in need.
This work is from a couple of years ago where I put copyright over everything (sorry).
It consists of collage, digital, ink and hand drawn bits in it. Hope someone likes it.
From some small pieces of paper I played with ink and gouache. I liked only bits and pieces. I wet the the artwork and kept adding paint and ink which I then removed with tissues. I liked the effect. Once again as usual I tore and cut up the images to make the pictured shapes.