I can’t resist reblogging Audrey Hepburn’s poem. I read it for the first time today when it was posted on fb by a bereaved friend.
Mrs Harris’s Shop was established in 1932 as a grocery shop. It is sort of a ‘corner store’ but not on the corner. It is nestled among suburban cottages in Torrensville, just a few kilometres from Adelaide’s city centre. Earlier this year it re-opened as a gallery space by the current Mrs Harris who is two … More Exhibition in Adelaide – seascapes plus
Originally posted on The Future Is Papier Mâché:
A while back Cath at Settle and Chase and Philippa at seascapesaus suggested Richard Cooper-Knight and I take photographs of each other at work. Despite collaborating on a fortnightly basis for six months, we had never met. That is until 8th November… Richard Cooper-Knight: So, it…
This post is for my colleague Theadora Brack @People, Places and Bling! It is something I promised to do for her as I was commenting on her post recently when something similar happened. Perhaps you would all like to see! This series of pictures reminds me of my work with brain-injured people. A particular test … More Early morning visitors
The proprietor of the fine art rat cafe (John Clinock) has requested some more street art images from Melbourne. So here goes. Once again I am sorry that the works are unattributed. Perhaps you recognise some of the sticker art. Posting these reminds me of my colleague Nigel @ Little bits of Sheffield. He knows … More Marvellous Melbourne!
For a while I have wondered how to get some ‘edge’ into my painting. I have been searching for the slightly raw element, something (a bit) hard-hitting. It has been a bit difficult with seascapes. Exhibiting with other people often leaves me with the feeling that my paintings are just ‘pictures’ and (heaven help me) … More Art with edge? Or knock-out paintings?