Monday, March 29, 2010

Paper Works Opening

Installation View Paper Works at Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Paper Talk 2001, Helen Mueller (foreground)
Stolen Geometry 2 & 3, 2009, Susan Buret (rear).

Paper Works opened on Saturday 26 March and I am delighted to have my work included in such a beautifully curated exhibition. Among the artists exhibiting I especially enjoyed the work of Lezlie Tilley, Caren Florence, Debbie Hill, Nicola Moss and James Blackwell.

Julie Ryder at Sturt Gallery

Julie Ryder's exhibition Generate opened at Sturt Gallery, Mittagong, yesterday.
The exhibition included printed silk hangings and works with hand cut leaves and flower pollen on tapa cloth which reflected Ryder's fascination with nature, taxonomy and genetic engineering.
The exhibition continues until 9 May 2010.

I was about to add this image but draftblogger is not offering me the alternative of loading an images from my files. I finally managed by using regular blogger which does not offer as much flexibility with image placement. Does anyone in the blogosphere know what is going on?

Monday, March 22, 2010

Paper Works

3 of my works are included in the exhibition. Please come along if you are in Sydney next saturday.

Friday, March 19, 2010


It's a poor workperson who blames their tools but please excuse the silence which has come to you courtesy of the incredibly inefficient MAC1 at Wollongong, who took over 2 weeks to replace the keypad on my laptop and then managed to return it with the hinge incorrectly assembled and, Telstra ,the internet service provider, whose speciality is not providing any service what so ever.
I promise to post about what has otherwise been several interesting weeks when I am in a better state of mind.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

A Man of Few Words 2

See below. Will I ever get this networking thing sorted. I am a little sensitive at the moment because of the approach of a significant birthday. I don't know wether I am reassured or horrified to see how those of my era are travelling. PS I AM younger than Lou Reed.

A man of few words.

I just received information about Vivid Live, Sydney's Winter Festival. If you are not festivalled out it is a chance see a program curated by Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson.
Lou Reed is a man of few words (apparently) but I just had to share this informative video with you.

Well I don't seem to have embeded the video yet! I'll try again.