The bees made a hive in our bathroom wall. At night you could hear them humming. But over the years, it grew too large so the bee man came, took … Continue reading
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
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