Well, not really. Just gone downstairs. Having great support upstairs – meals, dishes, tea & coffee. Just the usual really…. The studio has a chaotic look, but it’s humming. A dear friend, experienced artist and wise owl (yes, all rolled into one) gave me a super tip about stacking panels like this. That was…..to use … More Artist goes to ground as exhibition looms.
Save Our Gulf Coalition Exhibition. Philippa Robert, Adelaide South Australia
About 60 people attended the opening of The Save Our Gulf Coalition 2013 Exhibition at the Arts Centre at Port Noarlunga on Friday evening. (That’s Gulf St Vincent between the Fleurieu and York Peninsulas in South Australia). It was not the usual opening. After doing the visual and social rounds balancing large and luscious slices … More Saving Our Gulf
A nice rainy day today. Just the sort of day for painting outdoors! At least if you have an unfinished picture of an approaching storm… The first stage of this painting featured in an earlier post. Its title seemed to be ‘Rain on the way’ back then. There has been an intermediate stage which is … More Approaching storm – reprise
You might have seen that quote from my grandmother before, here or elsewhere. Exhibition fast approaching! A sort of limbo prevails before the final photography and framing. Lots of work stacked up. Will it be enough? Do they belong together? Is this a collection of paintings or a body of work? Is it two separate … More “We do what we do by the light we are given.”
The outdoor group met at Hallett Cove Conservation Park three Fridays ago. Only a handful of artists turned up, possibly because most of the artists live on the other side of town. This was my side of town and there was a beach involved, so I was lining up. The park is an interesting site … More Water shortage