I left a letter explaining why the floor was a bit messed up and what the kitchen looked like in 1983 and then after a small makeover in the nineties. I just hope it is someone other than me that finds them pasted up behind the cabinetry that will be installed in the next few days. I should have given my costings so that they could laugh.
En Pointe is one of three surreal collages pertaining to ballet that I made for the Linden Exhibition. Hope if you go see the show you will drop me a line to say you saw my work.
Linden Postcard Show 2014
Address: 26 Acland Street, St Kilda VIC 3182
Phone:(03) 9534 0099
25 October – 6 December 2014
The much loved Linden Postcard Show returns in 2014 with a brand new look. This unique open entry competition sees hundreds of small format contemporary artworks adorn the gallery walls at Linden. With all work for sale, it’s the ideal exhibition to discover an affordable treasure or the perfect gift.
Linden Postcard Show Collector’s Preview – Thursday 23 October 6-8pm
$77 per person
Includes beverages, canapés and the chance to buy artwork before the exhibition opens to the public.
Bookings essential, more info and bookings here
Linden Postcard Show Opening Night Celebration – Friday 24 October 4-8pm
Prizes will be announced at 6.30pm. Free entry, cash bar.
I just had these gorgeous chairs (mid-century I think) covered. I love the new Warwick fabric – think it is called kingfisher. Keeping them in storage until the kitchen installed and dust settles. Tiny collage work just for fun.
The winner of The M Collection Award is – Peter Lambropoulos. Congratulations Peter – the work is wonderful and congratulations to The M Collection members for inviting unrepresented artists to participate. You can look up Gallery Smith to see Peter’s pigment print. I was also happy to see when I arrived that my piece Totem Poles – the things that spoke had sold. Very happy and I loved the response it got from some of the gallery visitors.
I have posted some pics of little collages I have made. My finger is pointing to show you how small they are.
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.