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Shrine

This little guy will make his first public appearance at the red hill art show may 1-2.
SHRINE- mixed media assemblage
Paper mâché, collage, wool, silk, beeswax, found objects.

Exploring the sacred in the everyday.

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knit

knit

My knit for Grrl.

A little bit colourful

a little bit dark

a tiny bit controlled

mostly utter chaos.

Quite possibly a metaphore for my life at the moment.

Mmmmmmmm,

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share

I’ve been meaning to do this for ages….SalonRouge49

I discovered Salon Rouge the last time i was in Adelaide and had to share the gorgeousness of it all. Stop by.

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stall

All will be pleased to know that the stall went brilliantly.

So brilliantly

infact

that i can now happily retire to that villa in the south of france.stall1

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sam

Whoops. Just drifted off for a minute there.

Better go and turn the compost…..

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Samm and I have been busy little bees preparing for the market tomorrow.

Its been a great process… developing ideas and then bringing them to life.

here’s a sneak preview…..sister1

sister2

sister4

and some accessories…..deepinthewoods1

sisterhood

Come along !

Peninsula Community Theatre

Wilsons Rd

Mornington, Vic

Sat 23 & Sun 24th

9-5

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rainy sunday

tablemessIn the wake of Ro’s vintage book workshop I continued the chaos at home on the dining table. What else are you going to do on a rainy sunday afternoon ?

More pages for my Moulin Rouge Book – hooray !

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Angel

samms-angel

This is the piece I made for Sam for Art of the Month.

A little , ok alot, Mirka Mora inspired.

Which got me musing about people that inspire me and why.

Mirka ofcourse is one… maybe its because of her age (i like to have a role model for women who live life so fully) her attitude, her family AND her Art that I’m drawn to her.

I’ve also been loving Freida Kahlo’s journals….

and been reading Niki’s World to my daughter using her visual journal techniques as inspiration too.

Thats just a few.

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