How great is art?
I love it. Seeing it, appreciating it, critiquing it, and especially absorbing it via the great outdoors, or through the arty types themselves. I have met some really, really interesting people through my work, and loved getting an insight into their practice.
A little dinner party last night degraded into a rather entertaining critique of the artworks hanging round here, so I thought I would share! Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, of course. Apologies to some of the artists whose names, or names of artworks I cannot remember. Bad form I know, I will try harder next time.
Collected framed works, incl. a nice little Norman Lindsay
A G Stokes
the family gallery!
photography by me!
something by Rhys
and something by Bryn!
recent work by Nicci Haynes
feathers by Heike Qualitz
a collection of miniatures
including letter press Fluerons by the fabbo Ampersand Duck
tiny paper plane work by Trish Roan
another beautiful, mechanical work in a jar by Trish Roan
miniature Hymn to the Stone, Peter Jordan
G L Wyatt
In Bud, recent work by Julie Bradley
tiny assemblage by Neil Thomas
detail, as above
Game Over, broadside print by Natalie Azzopardi
as above, version two!
detail, as above.
photograph on canvas, PW (can't remember...oooops).
I also have a tidy little collection of these awesome glow in the dark resin light globes, by Bjorn Godwin.
So that's what's hanging around!
Last week I started my new job, which has lived up to my expectations (phew).
Here's the view from our office...that's right!
fake fish AND wildflower garden at the front...
Today I rode my bike to work, and home again this arvo...and it doesn't get much better than that!