Berrima is the perfect place to stop on between Sydney and Canberra. It’s just a couple of minutes off the highway. There’s no traffic and it’s the cutest Georgian town in all of Australia with fabulous places to eat and things to see. Why you must stop at Berrima on the road from Canberra to Sydney. For years we drove between Sydney and Canberra every … Continue reading The best place to stop between Sydney and Canberra.
What’s it like being locked up for 14 days in mandatory quarantine? Artist Ray Monde looks back on the art he created when he was forced to stay in one room with glue and paper and the threat of COVID-19. Continue reading Masks of quarantine: 14 days of art in confinement.
There’s a great art festival in Sydney called Art & About which is always full of surprises. Today it was bright and sunny, a glorious Sydney day, 28C (82F) but people were donning raincoats outside this house. It’s a great piece of installation art by James Dive, part of the Glue Society creative team. Once you step inside it’s raining. A torrential downpour. It’s … Continue reading I wish you hadn’t asked: Art & About
A lot of people were asking me to see my Summer in Berlin series in person, so I have finally curated an exhibition at the Arthouse Hotel in Pitt Street, Sydney. It’s on till October 15, so if you’re passing by, please pop in to the Ground Floor gallery and take a peek. If you don’t live in Sydney, you can see the original series … Continue reading Come & experience Summer in Berlin