New Zealand group Exhibition

I am thrilled to be included in this exhibition which opens at the end of this month in Wellington, New Zealand.
It is curated by Rosemary Mortimer, a Wellington printmaker. I was invited because I am a satellite member of that artistic community: I’ve taught there twice, and will be presenting a printmaking master class there early March 2016.

There is more information on their Facebook page, but here is the invite to the show. If you are in Wellington while this is on, it will be a lovely show to see.

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But First I have to Draw the Goats

It’s the last day of my break. Tomorrow I go back to Stanthorpe to deliver my exhibition to the Regional Gallery. I’ve had a few days here at Fordsdale Farmstay to rest and recuperate. The goats and horses grazing , sometime near my camp, sometimes far away. Today is my last chance to draw the goats in particular. This is what I learnt.

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Full Moon Art

For the last few days I’ve been on a sheep station west of Tenterfield. Along with the fabulous Julia Harpham, our hostess, we’ve been conducting

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Art has an end point too

Previously I’ve written about how to start a creative project. This article is about the other end of creativity – after the inspiration, and past the perspiration. How finishing a project has its own place in the process and why it’s important.

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