Posts from the ‘painting’ Category
A small painting on board done using acrylics. The fruit is off my tree that refuses to grow taller. Many years ago I took a photo of myself in front of the newly planted tree hoping it would get taller but alas it is still the same size. I get only about six pieces of fruit from it. The best thing is it is a pretty tree and the fruit is delicious.
First image is a little Character I made as a lucky charm or lucky protector. It’s made of wood, woodcarving, painting, found charms and some other quirky bits. I am making more of these before I decide if I like them enough to keep going. Currently I have a little man in a suit and tie with a mohawk (yet to paint). I do become connected to these little people as my wood carving is pretty limited and very very slow.
Here is a detail from a collage/mixed media series I am making for an exhibition in Canberra in October. I have made several pieces that are merging people, industry, nature etc. Where things start and or finish might be ambiguous.
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. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
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.
The crawling rabbit that looks like a spring lamb has just passed by the Greek Easter Eggs to who knows where his gaze is taking him. The birthday girl is my gorgeous niece. I make her a digital piece with her image in it for each birthday. This one is not as surreal as usual but she looks aptly rugged up for the Autumn weather.
Having some cake with her tonight.