Posts from the ‘exhibition’ Category
Loving digital art again.
I would like to say that I jumped the gun in my last post about a new on line store so I closed it. I have far too many sites to add another. I will combine it with Instagram to make it easier. Just ask me if you see anything you would like or would like more information about. Instagram annewarrenart or website https://annewarrenart.com
Hope you all had a wonderful Easter and or holiday break. In Australia we have a few public holidays off on either side of the weekend so most people take a break to go away somewhere nice. Maybe catch the last of the warm temperature. We did not go away anywhere but stayed to see the Easter Egg Hunt by Grandson Mason, stayed for the bathroom renovation (bit of chaos without a second bathroom), stayed so that my Chinese student (international student) could transition from here to her new homestay about 10 kilometres away.
Also stayed to support my Son Darcy who is in the middle of a start up company curating beautiful Australia, sustainable products into gift boxes under the name Gertrude and Smith. Please look him up and follow his journey as he prepares for a launch date.
Instagram: gertrudeandsmith Early Website: https://gertrudeandsmith.com.au
Below is an image from the archives. I am working in digital right now but still developing so can’t show you. I will call the work visible invisible which is something that can happen with age, ethnicity, gender etc.
Favourite colour is all kinds of yellow.
This is a small painting of around 25 x 25cm using acrylic on board. This is one of a series of four still-life works. They are all framed in blondewood box frames. I will post some of the others later. Loved making them and using super vibrant colours. I have used a limited palette as I always do however I will always introduce alizarin crimson for apples. So only four colours plus white. I think you can call that pretty limited.
Making an abstract assemblage from old work.
I painted a few small abstract artworks but kept remembering pieces of art sitting in folios. I started using resources that I have looked at and passed over so many times and finally they have been the perfect resources for a series of four artworks. Some works are 3D, some have ink, acrylic and or gouache paint. See more at my website http://www.annewarrenart.com or instagram annewarrenart.
Wednesday Workshops in Art available.
I have two workshop spaces that are coming up soon on Wed mornings. Wed 15th and Wed 22nd November 9.30-12.30 for either Still-Life Painting or Mixed Media Collage. If you would like to participate please contact me asap. I can supply you with materials as it is such short notice. Hope to hear from you. email@example.com
Art exhibition nearing at Alphington Open Studios at the end of the month.
Just want you to know that the Alphington Open Studios will be on again on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th of November. For more information go to the Facebook Site Alphington Open Studios or to the website http://www.alphingtonstudios.com. You will see information and images from all of the exhibiting artists. Below I have inserted a still life painted image and below that a mixed media drawing and painting. Hope you like them. Please note that I now have a new Website http://www.annewarrenart.com that I hope you will look up for more gallery pictures.
Best ever store display at Myer Melbourne.
It’s an old picture I took a number of years ago and as I just came across it I thought I would share with you. This wonderful, crazy, display, was in the Bed Linen section of Myer Melbourne. It looks like someone was finally given freedom to do as they wished instead of standard, boring planogram displays. Should be more of these.
Welcome to Now and Then Group Art Exhibition Sunday 8th 2-4pm.
It’s here….. opening is tomorrow.
Cambridge Studio Gallery, 52 Cambridge Street, Collingwood 3066
Open until 22 October 2017 Wed – Sun 12-5
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.
Alphington Open Studios this weekend
I would like you to know that the Alphington Open Studio weekend will be on this weekend Saturday 26th – Sunday 27th November 11am – 6pm.