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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.   mattress

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Preparing for next weeks art exhibition ‘Now and Then’

Whenever I exhibit with the Out of the Box Artist group there is usually something extra, something collaborative or similar made by each of the artists.  This year we all passed on to others in the group some hand painted or treated paper pieces.  Below is my little patchwork country collage piece on board.

I have approximately 8 artworks in this exhibition.

Now and Then inviteOfficial Opening next Sunday 8th October, 2-4pm.

 

Art exhibition in Collingwood exhibits ‘Now and Then’.

You are Invited to : Now and Then (group exhibition)
I am exhibiting drawings and mixed media in this biennial exhibition with the Out of the Box group of artists.
Opening on Sunday 8th of October, 2-4pm.
Hope to see you there.

Anne Warren, Evelyn Young, Eileen Gruen, Beryl White, Kathy Siganakis, Susan Gibson, Virginia McNamara, Kerstin Cuming

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Collage collaboration for Oct Exhibition.

A lot of fun working with painted and printed papers made by others then assembled by me.

Last day art exhibition at East Melbourne arts festival.

Will be in attendance after 1.30pm tomorrow at Holy Trinity Cnr Clarendon and Hotham Sts East Melbourne.  Event is open 11-5.  My collage and paintings and Michael Meszaros sculpture plus the beautiful venue .  Come and have a look before we pack up.

Melbourne East Arts Festival art exhibition August 18-20th.

I was so pleased to be invited to exhibit works at the Melbourne East Arts Festival on Friday 18th August to Sunday 20th August. Inside this beautiful little church, alongside the magnificent stained glass windows I will be exhibiting a solo still-life exhibition of paintings made especially for this occasion. In another room I will be exhibiting a selection of collage work with the highly regarded and beautiful sculpture of Michael Meszaros.
By the way I have heard that the wine and food flows at this event.

Hope you can come along and join us at the Friday evening opening at 8.30pm (note there is a $10 fee as it is a fundraiser for the church) and please also keep in mind the other calendar of events available during this weekend.

Michael and I will be there most of the weekend to talk to you. Please contact me for any further information or contact the email addresses on the brochure.

If you are blogging friend of follower I would love for you to pop in and say hi to me.  If you wish to see more of the work I am exhibiting you can email me.

The more the merrier.

Anne   annewarrenart@gmail.com

Still life paintings change of mind pictures.

So many changes.  Pears gone, Lily gone, ribbon gone, teapot gone.  Hours and hours of work.  It’s a good feeling to accept that something is not quite right.  I removed the problem bits and looked at a different set up with fresh eyes.  Ahh happy now.

Quiet still life paintings in East Melbourne Church

The first two pictures are from a new collection of still life paintings I am making for an exhibition at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in East Melbourne.

The apples are by Marija Patterson talented sculptor that is now playing with paint.\ in my Wed morning workshop.

I have added a couple of photos of the beautiful Holy Trinity Church.

Here are some small works that I have been working on recently that include collage and abstract.

Sometimes when I teach a still life painting class I am offered the left over paint at the end of the class.  I feel obligated to use it and not throw it out so it really pushes me.  I made the two small abstract paintings below.  The beautiful blue etching is by Gary Tricker a New Zealand artist.  I had it refreshed with new matting and a clean and it actually looks brighter and I love it more now.  New spoons and a silly little ephemeral lady.   The collage is a small detail from a larger piece I have now finished for an exhibition.  Busy but fun.

Mixed Media, still-life, drawing, painting and everything.

I really can’t settle one one particular medium because I just want it all.  It is always best for me to stick to one for a little while before moving on to another.  I am still doing my woodcarving but have had to slow it down a bit for a few upcoming exhibitions.  The still life with biscuits is for a charity fundraiser and was the last thing I made.

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