Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The paper mache was still trying to dry

It's a relief,
my exhibition The Long View at 
and on till 13th October.
I exhibited with dear friends Julie Williams and Janet Haslett.
 The exhibition revolves around our influence of living 
in a remote rural town called Hill End.

My exhibition is called The Wattle Room - Bedspread of Natural History,
all about the serious plight of bees, being an avid
gardener, no pesticides and embracing weeds and being
mindful about nature one is aware of
endangered species and amongst many
is the large numbers of bees dying.
The bandaid to this is maybe developing
what they call a Frankenstein bee, a cross between
an aggressive African bee and the humble honey bee.
It's a malady to the real problem
of monoculture and pesticides.

Go organic, at least one item in your shopping trolley 
each week, see the difference, taste the difference.
Treat the soil as you would treat yourself.

My humble honey bee the night before installing into the exhibition space sits joyfully in our loungeroom.

You can view more of my artwork on 

 Our beautiful studio 


Don't forget Open Studio Day
Sunday 22nd September 2013

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