The PLACE exhibition of artists’ books opened in Wollongong in October 2018 and since then has been travelling to galleries around Australia. It is now installed at Canberra’s Museum and … Continue reading
The Curowan Fire ‘officially extinguished’ Seventy-four days three hundred and twelve homes five hundred thousand hectares. Three lives lost. Today the rain, filled with fury, comes at the full … Continue reading
It is now the beginning of February. January has passed and I still don’t feel ready for the year ahead. Outside the window, the crab apple tree is nodding in … Continue reading
The Christchurch mosque shootings in March 2019 where 51 people died, had a big impact on me. So did the response by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Her words and actions … Continue reading
I’ve had many requests to post a template for my book, The Bee Boy’s Song. I have finally managed to draw one (it was harder to make the template than it … Continue reading
“Compassion becomes real when we recognize our shared humanity.”
These historic photographs were treasured by my father’s family for many generations.
In my previous post I talked about making black walnut ink. Even though it has been some time, I haven’t forgotten to report back. Here are some images I have … Continue reading