October 17, 2019

I'm experimenting with combining pressed plants and folklore text snippets (with some moveable type) in clay to create some necklace pendants for glass production. Cue an excuse to buy books on plants and folklore. One thing that is great about having all that commissi...

October 1, 2019

This image was one of those that  wanted to come together. It is a collage of a Selkie paper puppet I made in May and some paper I printed last week (surplus from a giant bar chart required by the in-house critic).

The layering effects are made in photoshop, with the s...

September 7, 2019

Today we drove from Canberra to Rookwood cemetery (Sydney) and back for HIDDEN Rookwood sculptures exhibition. For HIDDEN 2019 there was a short films section for which I was a finalist. The short film I entered was a reworking of the animation I made for Born of Flowe...

September 3, 2019

It is Spring here in Canberra, the first Jonquils in my garden have bloomed and hopefully the rest of the bulbs are on their way. 

This wallpaper background has been through many many iterations, with the same pieces being reworked and reworked. Happily (at last) I have...

August 30, 2019

This month, again has been a lot of investment casting and prepping moulds for kilns, working on commissioned projects for other artists. With one pair of waxes I had help from the wonderful Peter Nilsson, and wow did that make things easier. I am so used to doing my o...

August 23, 2019

Kate Forsyth was 'in conversation' with Robyn Cadwallader at Harry Hartog  (ANU) with her new novel The Blue Rose. As always it is fascinating to listen to the stories behind Kate's writing and a delight to be in her presence. Kate is such a generous soul, you can see...

August 1, 2019

The desk top & mobile wall paper background I created for my Patron's for August 2019 is a digital collage of a print and a selection of seperate sketches. 

I'm not sure what was going through my mind when I created this but I do wonder where that rabbit is off to?


July 30, 2019

The mould room at the Canberra Glassworks is usually a quiet place, with one or maybe 2 people calmly working away. July however is breaking that pattern with 5 projects on the boil and I'm currently working on 3 of them.

Artist Brenda Croft is on a residency at the Gla...

July 18, 2019

Determined to actually read my book club title for July's after slacking a few months, I jumped into Lanny by Max Porter with no idea of the theme or mood. I was quite delighted with Lanny.

Set in the present day in a small village outside London. Told around a small b...

July 1, 2019

The desk top & mobile wall paper I created for my Patron's for July 2019 is a digital collage of 2 mono prints. I wonder who or what is watching the owl swooping down through the evening sky?

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