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Works on Paper art prize selection makes me pretty happy.

I have just been notified that my piece Ínside and Outside’ has been selected as an entry into the Banyule Art Prize.  This is one third of the image here.  I am very excited to be in this exhibition.  (Collage, acrylic, pencil)

man with jet back

A few days ago I went for a stroll around my suburb and as it is springtime I thought you might enjoy these photos as much as I did. mIMAG0102[1]Can anyone tell me what these pod things are on my clivia plant?  I know they are not flowers but do I have to do anything to them?mmmmm

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Posted by Anne Warren Art on September 24, 2015
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  1. 09/24/2015

    Congratulations!

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  2. 09/24/2015

    Congratulations on the selection!

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  3. 09/24/2015

    Wonderful news Ann. Nice walk through the neighborhood.

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    • 09/25/2015

      Thank you Sharon. I have always loved this exhibition and I am thrilled to be in it prize or no prize. I walked with my dog towards the park but she wasn’t happy when we turned the corner away from the park. It was too wet on the grass. I realised that she thought we were heading to the much bigger park so I could let her off lead. Nope, still to wet. She pulled and pleaded for a bit. I think I heard her say ‘you’re kidding me aren’t you?.

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  4. 09/24/2015

    Congratulations on your selection. Those would be seed pods. You can let the plant get on with it or if you want seeds for elsewhere in the garden you may want to tie a paper bag around them to collect the seeds. Nice shot!

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    • 09/25/2015

      Thankyou Leonie for the congrats. Thankyou for your advice re the seedpods. I waited and waited for years for this plant to flower and then it flowered but not from the pods. I know I am pretty uneducated with plants and gardening. I think I will let nature take it’s course as there are two other clivias (one flowered the other is a no show). I feel pretty stupid admitting that I know nothing about gardening as I am about to do a gardening charity event for a young man that wants a wheelchair that can make him stand up. I think I will call on experts.

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      • 09/25/2015

        There’s always time to learn. I had the advantage of growing up in a family of mad keen gardeners so I have the benefit of absorbing stuff from an early age.

  5. 09/25/2015

    Nice one

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  6. 09/25/2015

    Congratulations, Anne, on being selected!

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