I was asked by my dear 10 year old nephew Curtis for a cup of tea and he promptly said my Japanese teapot was "boring...." Haha. So I decided to make my own by getting all the equipment over some months and it's become a kind of a 'hobby' if that's what artists in general... Continue Reading →
For me, as a Badimaya First Nation woman and I suspect for many other First Nation people in 'Australia', there’s a unending 2 party cycle of government 'change' or lack there of. Our lives look & feel like their used as fodder to gamble on a win or lose in any election. It's heinous behaviour... Continue Reading →
‘Veronica’ 142x91 cm Acrylic, red ochre and plastic on canvas 2005 My Mum...the secret civil rights activist for her family....She used to read a lot and got a lot of her ideas about freedom from books....she still does ....
I'm on Facebook! I've got an 'artists page' on Facebook so people can keep up with what's happening with my art.
It's 15x10cm so it's quite small. The best part is that it reflects on a number of the techniques I've been researching in historical portraiture. The artists' of the 17th-18th century that have influenced this technical journey have been artists such as William Hogarth and Goya. High renaissance artists such a Michelangelo and... Continue Reading →