What’s on for Jul...
You may or may not recall Julie and her beautiful Platform installation in the...
American journalist and author Patrick Ness said in an interview with RRR radio last week that when he tried to create a novel that was a popular style and genre at the time-he failed. However, when he wrote from the heart-where the issues were more dear and personal to him he succedded and his novels are loved and are popular amongst teen audiences.
In an extract from-Rick Amor by Gavin Fry-Amor reflects...
For a look at some great talent of the illustrative kind….
The raw artistic talent of thirty international artists is the focus of a new exhibition, “Draw”, on show at Auguste Clown Gallery from 19th April to 2nd May 2013. Primarily works on paper, “Draw” explores illustration in its natural state and the transformation it takes as it turns into art.
The exhibition aims to introduce the...
Melbourne Street Art, as seen on the Melbourne Street Art Tour
I thought”Reviews and Reflections”was an appropriate title for today’s posting. I know it’s not completely original, but accurately reflects
what it is about! I’m providing you with a link to here, my other side-side blog project, whilst a new other side project is
getting up and running (soon(. And so, it is all...
You may or may not recall Julie and her beautiful Platform installation in the Vitrine last year.
Anyway, you can read about it again here if you missed it.
You can visit her here too:
Ballarat Regional Art Gallery
Got the message? 50 years of political posters
Until Sunday, April 14, 2013
(My past life as a political poster maker)
Two works in:
Elizabeth Gower’s curated show: Regimes of Value, which...
When I first met Mark Ewenson, he had given me a postcard depicting some of his works at an exhibition in Fitzroy Gallery. I was immediately intrigued with the subject matter; flowers, landscapes; the female figure; subject matter that has always interested me. Another thing that grabbed me was his style. His female figures are very voluptuous and shapely- I immediately thought of Whitely and Matisse. Sure...
I’m still in Holiday mode, as many of you are also. Here is just a sanpshot of some of the best of the best to be seen in Melbourne at the moment.
Heidie Gallery- Heildelberg
Louise Borgeouis-Presenting over twenty of her latest works direct from the artsts studio in New York prioir to her death in 2010
Albert Tucker- Presenting major paintings and photgraphs from Tucker’s travels...
Oh dear. This is the first time since begining this blog that I have actually missed a post, I am a day late.My sincere apologies to my regular followers, and
I know that there are a few dedicated folk; and I thankyou! The silly season is now apon us, and I am being a wee bit forgetful with it all.
However, despite my absentminded state, I have a strong recollection of an exhibition I saw a few days...