My Happy 50th

By |2020-12-28T10:35:56+11:00December 28, 2020|Me|

(Written 1 year later!) I had an absolutely glorious 50th. With all the social media outlets, I neglected writing a post about my special occasion on my own website. With this freshen up of the website, it is an optimum excuse to create the post now. This event is a significant one – not just because I marked my 50 years of [...]

Human Emotion Exhibition

By |2020-05-03T11:55:24+10:00May 3, 2020|Exhibition, Printmaking|

Exhibition dates: April 30 — June 1, 2020 Official opening online: May 3 from 3pm Titles as varied as Jane Austen’s Emma, Leigh Sales’ On Doubt and Hunter S Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas – selected by then-owners of The Bookshop at Queenscliff, Lisa and Mathew – are allocated to participating artists, whose hand-printed visual adaptations will go on display for the Human Emotion Print Exchange exhibition, alongside [...]

Splendacious

By |2019-10-17T11:20:23+11:00October 17, 2019|Exhibition, Printmaking|

Splendacious 23 November – 13 December 2019 Opening 2pm–4pm Saturday 23 November 2019 An exhibition of printmaking by: Emma Armstrong-Porter / Ute Braatz / August Carpenter / Matthew Clarke Elizabeth M. Cole / Dianne Colk / Paul Compton / Warren Cooke / Carlton Cox / Beth Croce / Ann Cunningham Rachel Derum / Philip Faulks / Kevin Foley / Sarah Gabriel / Alex [...]

Michael Leunig & Jim Pavlidis at QG

By |2021-10-11T15:57:38+11:00May 21, 2019|Exhibition|

May, 2019 Queenscliff Literary Festival An exceptional evening of conversation listening to two of Australia’s most prominent illustrator’s, Jim Pavlidis and Michael Leunig. Election eve heated up the discussion adding to the work stories of the two colleagues from their couple of decades at The Age. Then into art speak and of course much philosophy about today’s world. As well as answering [...]

Off to Venice

By |2018-08-10T14:49:54+10:00August 10, 2018|Me|

Our first overseas trip in 6 years and first holiday since our big life move to Queenscliff (that's 3 years!). Needless to say, I can't wait. I've packed my materials. My Astier De Villate Pencil, spare refill leads, teeny travel water colour set and two drawing journals. Got my phone for reference as I need to monitor the activity and travel very light [...]

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