Saturday, 18 September 2010

Felt works for Fathers Day stall

Yes - its true Fathers Day was nearly a month ago - but I can still show off some felt badges I made for our local school's Father Days stall.

I have been distracted some what from the computer - preferring books (Northline : a novel / Willy Vlautin These is my words : the diary of Sarah Agnes Prine, 1881-1901 : Arizona territories : a novel / Nancy E. Turner - both highly recommended) and and also falling heavily into the world of Ree Dummond.

These pins were inspired by Meet me at Mikes

Check out the moustache here - now that would make a fine father's day pin.

Friday, 17 September 2010

What was the Enlightenment

The launch and also the closing of the Enlightenment Project took place last Sunday - launched and closed by the Victorian Arts Minister Peter Bachelor. I now have two fabric cubbies in my car port - not sure really what to do with them now. Any cubby lovers out there?

Here is the Minister & also a Councillor of the Macedon Ranges - wouldn't it been lovely if they hopped into the cubby and grinned from in there?

The day before was a Children's craft anoon hosted by the generous and hard working volunteer friends of the Kyneton Museum.

Speaking of brilliant cubbies and textiles work check out these ones below & for more information follow this link

I also love this perminant cubby made by children from the Melbourne University Early Learning Centre, souced from the blog Let the Children Play.

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Young Places & Pieces Artist's new Works!

Here is a proud little post of new art works by the young students I worked with at Bendigo Senior Secondary College whilst on residency there for a project called Places & Pieces.

This one is by Karly - it is called Felt Master Piece 2

A Piece of Lace by Akasha

This lovely ceramic braclet by Simone called Hope and Dreaming

Eve Lace and Night


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