well it has become this.......
I am unsure where it will go next, suffice to say it is no longer the major piece for the exhibition next month........!
Chad Hagan gave an extremely funny talk at the Geelong forum a couple of years ago where she tod the story of a piece which she had submitted for a major exhibition, the letter of acceptance came six months later.
"Too late" she cried.
My girlfriend Jeanette is a quilter and we each made one another a quilt for our 60th birthday....this is the one she made for me ...and my "day photo in my collaboration with Jo.(Mystory)
I love this cushion that is at my art class rooms..how jolly.
Just to show my love of colour...a couple of pictures in my kitchen.
This is an old kitchen cupboard which came from my family home ....it was brown in the 50,s but Mum modernised it by slicing off the top and attatching it to the wall.
My husband was a lovely watercolourist. I found this at the back of an old sketch book when I was looking for some paper for two little fellows to draw with, he worked with such ease and spontenaity some times and very measured at others.
Our aesthetic as you can see is quite different and I always wonder what my work would be like if he were still alive.
He is a great loss.