Spring certainly is in the air...and it's all about flourishing. I have three exhibitions coming up over September and October.
Surfacing 27 September – 21 October 2018 Opening “Afternoon With The Artist”: 29 September 10-4 Sydney Road Gallery, … [Read More...]
Think about something you feel passionate about. It could be a political issue, an art form or flying to Mars. It could be anything.
Imagine if you shared your passion or opinion beyond your family and friends. How would that make you feel? What … [Read More...]
I was in Rome recently and it was 43 degrees with the asphalt melting underfoot, so I went to my favourite (airconditioned) gallery – The Borghese – to hang out with Bernini’s Apollo & Daphne marble sculpture.
Still not wanting to deal with … [Read More...]
A few weeks ago it was my 17 year business anniversary. (Yep, I’m a stayer). When I started CP Communications my sister gave me a card that had a quote from Anais Nin on it. It’s framed in my study and I notice it most mornings when I’m getting ready … [Read More...]
I caught up with Angharad Rixon from TextileStories and had a wonderful chat about how starting basketry had helped me find my hidden passion and creativity.
I spoke about how I use materials to tell my stories, how I find the material … [Read More...]
New exhibition ‘I am of You’ challenges viewers to see and appreciate nature in a different light.
‘I am of You’ offers glimpses of shapeshifting natural forms, from unnoticed branches, leaves and seedpods into shapes that move you; that … [Read More...]
I was interviewed by AAP this week asking if we can survive without technology. I said no. I want the traffic lights to work on my way home, and computer to work so I can write.
But having said that, I do think this time of year it’s worth having … [Read More...]
After I taught a creativity course recently, one of the students invited me to her property on the South Coast of NSW to collect material for my art as a way of saying thank you because the course was transformational for her.
I can’t even tell … [Read More...]