Sunday, 14 June 2009
Hand Crafted Landscape completed its showing yesterday. It was a wonderful show at a wonderful gallery.
Although the Regional Ararat Art Gallery doesn't get the visitation that inner Melbourne might I experienced a great show that is a turning point in my practice.
It also knocked the puff out of me (hence no posting for some weeks now)
- I am working extra hours for the next six months as well as moving house as well as turning 34 - plenty of excuses there for not sitting on a lap top and just hopping in bed really early and reading lots of books.
Not only has Handcrafted Landscape provided me with space for reflection - but also another opportunity to produce new works for a Sustainability Festival taking place in Avoca in October with the Avoca Project.