I have launched my cards at last. The series of 25 different designs are my digital drawings that have been about 3 years in development. So finally I have had them printed and I am very pleased with the results. They will be on sale at the Butter Factory Arts Centre and Under the Greenwood … Continue reading More and more cards
Under the Greenwood Tree is a delightful small gallery on Tambourine Mountain. I have been invited to exhibit my Bird Sanctuary exhibition here from 3 April. So if you are visiting the mountain to enjoy its cafes, walks and views then drop in to see my vessels and sculptures. The well known Brisbane artist David … Continue reading Bird Sanctuary – An exhibition
There is always a feeling of anticipation and excitement when opening a kiln, even if it’s a bisque at 1000deg C. Things can still crack or worst. This was pretty successful, with only one little slipcast vessel cracking, beyond repair.
I’ve been updating my liminal process blog recently with my travels and photographs, and for the last few days I have been back in the studio and starting some new work. To challenge myself I have started to document the process with little videos. The first is a quick tour of my studio which was … Continue reading Little gnome garden sculptures