Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Like the Heron ... Dance your own steps ...

happy to have received word that an image (collage) was selected for publication in the Heron's Nest - a wonderful publication of haiku, haibun and various short form.  

a few my published poetry here have been accepted in past issues of this publication ...... this time, a collage (part of the series titled 'the Domino Principle') was accepted in the up and coming 16th print annual edition. ....
two birds, illustrated by Gina
the series 'the Domino Principle' - created a few years ago is about our connection to the environment we live within and any impact, no matter how small, affects the whole - bit by bit - like dominoes falling as each pushes the next one over.  This one is in a collection in Launceston Tasmania.

 

Sunday, November 16, 2014

looking closer

we dont often highlight the humble cacti/sedum
and yet ......
i do love their colour, texture, shapes
and their quiet fibonacci-ness



Saturday, November 15, 2014

freckles

cute name ... performing really well
planted last summer
a little clematis to cover a fence and hide the washing line
loving those freckles




Friday, November 14, 2014

our Vanilla

enjoying this lovely rose which has matured beautifully since transplanting it 18 months ago - from Launceston to East Devonport



Thursday, November 13, 2014

coptic pamphlet & accordian

they make great little stocking fillers -hand made books of scanned flowers out of the garden, printed on rag content paper enhanced inside with stitching and mark making - they are around 4x2.5"


Wednesday, November 12, 2014

its all about the bass

LOVE that song
to me, the bass is anything- deep, authentic, self - and loving it
that song makes me smile & smile
a few collages in progress






rejigged the space in the main room of studio (again) ...its an evolving thing - loving this shift around

continuing small books

explorations 












Monday, November 10, 2014

Spirit of Tasmania

Drawn to the clouds I walked down to the viewing deck to watch the boat leave for Melbourne

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Saturday, November 8, 2014

tiny books

little workshop models created in between workshops ... small using fine papers exploring different possibilities from just a few basic bindings, as per recent workshops.  The workshops tackled  specific bindings and a few variations/cross fertilisations of ledger binding, accordian folds, pamphlet stitch, japanese stab binding and a butterfly origami fold; with quick easy covers and covered boards.









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