28th January….

Leave a comment

IMG_1507The Exhibition “Bleached Fragments” has run for two weeks and I have had good sales and some really positive feedback. I was really happy with the setup and the overall look of the display. It is a very calm room and my pieces, both wall & plinth, all looked very cohesive. Now I can breathe a sigh of relief, I have put myself back on the gallery work list as I actually miss going down there and seeing the new exhibitions every month and now I might (yeah right !!!) have more time! I have finished my pieces for the South-West Survey and they will be delivered tomorrow. Another weight lifted off my shoulders. Keep you posted….

21st January…..

Leave a comment


IMG_1484New pieces being made for the Survey, its hard to imagine but they will be the leaves on an underwater reef. Its an interpretation of the struggle for survival of our coastline when there is manmade rubbish littering the ocean floor. Obviously it is only in the beginning stages but I will be finished by the end of the week and then you will understand it!!!! I will keep you posted, have a good week.

18th January…..

Leave a comment






IMG_1482I went to Busselton today to check how my exhibition is going and to say Hello to the girls at Artgeo. Things looked really good and there have been some sales so that is great, I’m very happy with the exposure and peoples comments as well. Thankyou to all who took the time to visit my exhibition. While there I visited Celia Clare who has taken up studio residence in a lovely old room at the old stables behind the Courthouse Gallery. There are three residencies there at the moment and worth a visit if you are in the street. Its so nice to have people come to talk to you and look at your work. Good Luck to Celia. I also had the privilage to visit the “Old Butter Facory” which is home to the Busselton Pottery Group. What a fantastic venue they have to meet and work together and inspire each other in their ceramic endeavours. They currently have a fab exhibition on of all the members work and the variety on offer was fantastic. I am a small ceramic bowl collector, which I have from all over the world, and I added to my collection today in the form of two sweet little bowls from this exbo, the glaze colours are lovely and I could have gone mad (love ceramics) They have very good facilities at the pottery for firing and glazing and it has plenty of room for there own exhibitions. Well done to everyone there at Busselton Pottery Group.

17th January….

Leave a comment

IMG_1377Im off to Busselton tomorrow to check on the exhibition and to check OUT the Busselton Pottery Groups exhibition called “Mini to Maxi”sounds very interesting, I would have loved to gone last night to their opening but had another engagement so tomorrow it is. Im really looking forward to seeing other peoples ceramic work, I need a change of visual focus from my own art. Ive got “cabin fever” been in the workshop tooooooo long. I need some fresh country air and a browse around another studio and beautiful Busso, I will make sure I take some photos and let you know how it goes.

15th January…..

Leave a comment


IMG_1461 The beginnings of my new piece for an exhibition in March. It is going to represent an underwater grotto, I love this part…

14th January…..

Leave a comment

IMG_1390At last the exhibition opened on Saturday 11th, my husband and I spent Friday setting it up though it didnt take too long. I was really pleased with the results and had some good imput from the girls at Artgeo complex. The room has a good atmosphere even though it was a jail, very high ceilings and thick walls and lovely wooden floors. I was happy with the look of it as the colours all flowed and was cohesive. Very Summertime. I even sold four pieces already on the first day, which was great but may upset the look as I allowed the art to be taken home straight away as its a holiday town and most people are heading home and probably wouldnt buy if they had to wait to pick up. So now it runs till the Australia Day long weekend, I wish I had done a little extra with some pieces so I could fill up before the long weekend, but you live and learn dont you?

9th January….

Leave a comment

IMG_1332Another piece finished for my exhibition on Saturday 11th January at Courthouse Gallery, Artgeo Cultural Complex, Busselton.

Older Entries

%d bloggers like this: