the second chameleonrecruit is finished – handbuilt ceramic sculpture, slip, underglaze, stained and waxed (encaustic) 70cm x 30 x 30 cm
burdenwithcare has had two firings and a final wax finish – still thinking about her headress whether to stick with the jute or go with something a bit more decorative – perhaps leather but I also have a huge range of vintage linen threads which could also work. handbuilt ceramic sculpture – engobe, inlaid terracotta, underglaze and stains 50 cm x 25 cm x 25 cm
fly-in fly-out – a very busy 24 hours but what a great night. I met up with the owners of tusk gallery Gary and Georgie and their staff Katie and Olivia at the opening. All generous beautiful people doing knock out work – the gallery looked stunning, the opening was in full swing. great music, food and atmosphere. I was very fortunate to sell a good girl scout – neverleaveshomewithoutherhanky and red (one of the original sirens) Here is a couple of […]
Exciting developments I have been asked to provide sculptures to Tusk Gallery in South Yarra for an exhibition opening in March. Despite the short time frame I did have some work underway – From the siren, satyrs, sinners and saints series – a good girl scout – never leaveshomewithoutherhanky mixed media sculpture, ceramic, vintage meccano, ankle shoe studs, underglaze, engobe, terra sigillata, stains 45 x 35 x30 cm For those interested in process – she is hand built ‘Keane’s […]
Two more completed pieces a counterfeit obsession and falling from grace both pieces are ceramic sculpture, engobe, stains and underglaze in vintage sewing machine drawers.
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measuring white noise – rud -abot- bot would be a bit of fun if it wasn’t so serious – currently we are in the throes of a federal election – and the choices provide slim pickings (rudd or abbott) . clay body, muslin wrapped head, stitched with vintage fabrics and vintage tape measure, vintage metal meccano.
fringe dwellers posted a couple of weeks ago has been selected as a finalist for the Wilson Art Prize Northern Rivers New South Wales. All good. The drawing is from life drawing group last thursday. A4 strathmore watercolour paper – faber castell pitt pen and conte crayons.