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Cards from cutout character images.

Open Studio Art weekend went really well, we had less people Saturday because of the hot weather but the dedicated art lovers, family, friends and neighbours came around by Sunday.

I met I met lots of lovely people and enjoyed the conversations we had.  Many people were interested in the process I used when making an artwork.  My work was described as Works on Paper or Mixed Media.  I think people were also surprised when they saw the new drawings that I was working on for 2013 however my Fine Art Degree is in fact in drawing – I just also love found images, collage, digital and mixing things up.

Several people took workshop flyers about mixed media classes and also left details for future exhibitions – I will be in touch however you can contact me directly when interested in locking in dates.

I have a few photos of the event, some of my puppy who was visiting neighbours for a while, at puppy school for a while and at one stage frightened a little girl and made her cry.

Thanks to everyone that came to this event and for the publicity from Northcote Leader, Yarra Leader, Melbourne Times, Leda ‘whats on’ etc.

 Thought I would show you my latest buy from Camberwell Market – the Indan Toy and of course some puppy photos.

Categories: Art - Visual, collage
Posted by Anne Warren Art on November 25, 2012

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