My online shop back in action

My gallery outlets are closed, so I have resurrected my online shop, and I’d love your support if you need a special gift. You can pick up from my studio in Noosa Heads to save on postage. https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/BasedinNoosaStudio The Butter Factory Arts Centre in Cooroy have just launched their online shop too, it’s looks fantastic... … Continue reading My online shop back in action

Cards!

I'm using my bird drawings for a series of cards. There will be 25 different designs. Each card has an information panel about each birds. So far I have completed Bar Tailed Godwits (3 different images), Glossy Black Cockatoo, Common Sandpiper, Grey Plovers, Pied Oystercatcher, Latham's Snipe, Common Greenshank, Little and Common Tern, Osprey, and … Continue reading Cards!

Playing with mark and colour

One of my interests is the "space" between the "art buyer" and the “artwork object”. Initially when a piece of art is purchased there is a connection, possibly a wisdom or a beauty - an aesthetic magic, a 'wow' factor, the feeling that this object is something special -  I have to have it, I … Continue reading Playing with mark and colour

Landscape vessels

Smoke on the Water was huge, a big effort, a huge success and completely exhausting. We did it - follow the FB page smokeonthewater2017 (still quite active) and http://www.smokeonthewater2017.com.au. So now I am lying low as I go through a healing journey for a sarcoma cancer in my thigh. New directions, vessels, strong shapes, and … Continue reading Landscape vessels

It’s all about Balance revisited

The original little Balancer from my exhibition "It's all about balance" fell off her table.  My friend was so distressed when she ended up in a squillion pieces on the floor that I made her another one. This one is a different colour and has higher fired glazes which I hope will make her stronger. … Continue reading It’s all about Balance revisited

Words, materials and transformation

I love how my hands can transform materials it into new forms. Sometimes unexpected. My love affair with clay is still alive and well, and the journey has shown me colour and print. It has re-ignited an interest in chemistry as glaze investigations are now part of my life. The mystical alchemy and transformations in the … Continue reading Words, materials and transformation