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Making new art and being inspired by fashion show.

I was invited by fashion designer Linda Britten to attend a wonderful event at Forty five downstairs gallery in Melbourne.

A 8 year old girl sees her mother in a yellow gown…

A 52 year old woman sees herself in a mirror and her search for magic begins.

Memories are the fabric of a family is a full sensory experience containing original couture, original photography and original stories including dance, music and classical voice that maps the discovery of the binding magic of a family and memories.

The exhibition was inspirational.

I have been working on abstract painted backgrounds on paper with a more refined pencil drawing of a botanical on top.  The two below are just small starters that have led to some larger pieces on fabriano paper.  So far so good.

Posted by Anne Warren Art on March 13, 2017
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  1. 03/14/2017

    I love the idea of abstract background and detail in the foreground. Creative!

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    • 03/15/2017

      Thanks very much Claudia as I do love feedback especially when it’s something new I am trying. I’ll keep at it.

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      • 03/15/2017

        I look forward to it!

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