It was open studio last weekend and there were predominantly birds - paintings, etchings and lithographs. I have started to paint on plywood and an loving the warm tones and that I am using bits of wood from under the house, so it has some history. More images to follow
This past week I have seen the most extraordinary skies. These are the elements that I paint in my landscapes.
The cockatoos were eating the seeds from the Norfolk Pine, and amongst them all, this one was was eating with his right hand. Cockatoos are normally left handed.
The Avalon Art Gallery's current exhibition opens tonight and has work from artists from Pittwater.
The exhibition looks fabulous. I have put the red work in - my name is red. The vessels dissolve back into the penumbra and look best at dusk as they hover between here and not here.
The exhibition opened on Friday night called 'When the King meets the Queen'. It was terrific fun, with an Elvis and and Elizabeth there. The works are by Sylke Claridge, Libby Hackett and me, and they are all prints, either silkscreens or linocuts.
I am Reading….
Our Country Friends by Gary Shteyngart.