Baby steps, first real publicity for my work

In Art Monthly Australia¬† this month, there’s a little write up about my exhibition about Azaria Chamberlain and the horrors that Lindy had to endure. It’s amazing how something as simple as this gives you the impetus to continue to work and go back into the studio. I think all artists are insecure by their very nature, even if it’s hidden deep away under a … Continue reading Baby steps, first real publicity for my work

Not the painting you expected

Thanks to a generous government grant, the local arts group has been able to purchase its very own space for exhibitions, workshops and meetings. Originally two school houses put together and then used for years as a saddlery, the buildings needed a lot of cleaning, painting and rebuilding. After months of hard slog, it finally opened and crowds poured through. It’s exciting for a small … Continue reading Not the painting you expected