Monthly Archives: August 2015
Its all over for another 2 years, and we would all like to say a huge thank-you to everyone who came to our exhibition.
works by (L to R) Kay Murray, Margaret Millar, Cindy Cooper, Kerry Shelberg and Jane Bodnaruk (not in photo is Barbara McLennan’s piece)
Cindy Cooper’s ghostly layers Kay Murray’s childhood mapping Kerry Shelberg’s seaside froth
India Flint made this process famous when she did her Masters (?) degree and subsequently published her book ‘EcoColour’. I will have fabric for sale at our up coming exhibition, where I have added my own twist to the ‘colour’ … Continue reading
Botanical printing is a very serendipitous occupation, with results dependant on everything from the water one uses to the weather and season of leaf collection, to the Eucalypt species and even the side of the tree the leaves have come … Continue reading
today a dragon was born. He will take flight at Balmain on 15th August.