Posts tagged ‘women’
This is the Alphington Open Studio weekend. The rain and sunshine are competing for the day but be assured everything is undercover.
It was a great day yesterday. I met so many people from the dedicated locals to other families and singles from Richmond, Brunswick, Kew, Ivanhoe etc.
Thankyou for coming to our event and talking with us about your interest in art. Everyone liked different things. It was easy to see who liked and didnt like the
abstract work. It is entirely fine with me – everyone likes different things and as time goes on even these likes will shift just as they have with me.
Thanks again for making it all worthwile and if you are in Melbourne it is open again as of NOW.
I’m posting an invitation to my next exhibition – ‘Women’s Business’
Seven women have seven different interpretations for Women’s Business. Both bold and subtle.
I saw a lovely movie last night called Seraphine.
I’m wondering if everyone except me has seen the movie Seraphine.
It was a gorgeous movie with the lead of servant/artist played so sensitively and so warmly by Yolande Moreau.
I have now been introduced to the art of Seraphine as well as acting of Moreau – such a treat on a night of not much on TV tonight. In Australia this is a foreign film with English subtitles.
International Women’s Day celebrated with an exhibition of artwork called Northern Lights to be held at the gorgeous Bundoora Homestead.
I’m in Smith Street digital work was selected to appear at the Northern Lights exhibition at Bundoora Homestead. Love you to come and have a look if in Melbourne.
Op shopping – the juggling book is so cute, beautifully illustrated – will I have a go or give it to someone, hmmm? It took me a little while to work out what the small round object was. I thought it might be for salt or pepper, opening hole too big, thought it might be for incense, again hole not in middle and not supportive of a stick so I googled it and found it was for artificial sweeteners not sure what country, probably germany because of the writing on the back. The drawing is in pencil and just completed yesterday – still not titled.