Introducing S14 and S15

I hadn’t thought much about the small bits of income that would pop into my account each month from small galleries and gift shops around the country. Until all those outlets that sell my cards closed down for the duration.

I hadn’t thought about the everyday pleasure of being able to call over and have a nice cup of tea with my neighbour. Until visiting, especially the older or vulnerable of my friends, was to put them in danger. Or how the simple act of going into the post office to get a stamp would now be out of bounds. 

I hadn’t put out a new card set for a number of years. 

So this happened. 

It was fun. 

 

 

S14 The Five Card Bundle with Stamps A photo of a set of cards. with the covering postcard showing 5 grey boxes and below that a row of 5 cartoon stamps.

Description Set of five blank greeting cards and matching envelopes. chosen by you, from Christine’s Rural, Sheep or Bella range. With five $1.10 stamps for ‘Small Letter’ Postage within Australia. Price includes hand delivery within 10km of Lismore, or Australia Post shipping worldwide. When you order, put your selection in with the special notes, or send a separate email.
Price 5 cards with matching envelopes + 5 stamps + delivery $24
Order  here or contact Christine directly.

A photo of a box with the lid partly off. It shows one of Christine's cards inside and an orange sticker on the top with her logo. Printed over the photo are the details of this product S15 The Stash 

Description Twenty blank greeting cards and matching envelopes. chosen by you, from Christine’s Rural, Sheep or Bella range.  Price includes hand delivery within 10km of Lismore, or Australia Post shipping worldwide. When you order, put your selection in with the special notes, or send a separate email.
Price 20 cards with matching envelopes + delivery $56
Order here or contact Christine directly.

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Christine Porter Blog Post _there's being published and there's being PUBLISHED_ 23 Dec 2017

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eight page feature

The February issue of the Australian Artist magazine is released in the third week of January. The deadline for the article I wrote for it

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An opinion about using photographs

Susan Webster sat across from me at the cafe near the old gallery. She’s an Ag-journalist, but we we weren’t there for work, though we’d talked about her novel, and my paintings and the state of the dairy industry and more. Suddenly she said something about using photos in art. “Wait” she said, as I began, ” let’s record this”. So she did. This is a transcript of what she heard.

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