Tread Lightly Exhibtion

Shannon Wilson of Contour Clayhouse and I have teamed up again (third time’s the charm) to bring you a new collection inspired by our local, natural environments. When Enoggera Creek flooded at the start of 2022, the run-off and debris that thundered downstream particularly from the Reservoir, dramatically changed the look and course of theContinue reading “Tread Lightly Exhibtion”

SMOKE Exhibition

I’m teaming up with Shannon Wilson of Contour Clayhouse, once again! We’re so excited to bring you our new exhibition SMOKE. I’ve deviated from my usual bold colour combinations to bring a more subdued palette. This new colourway was inspired by the concept of smoke and all it represents in our lives. Shannon has beenContinue reading “SMOKE Exhibition”

Exhibition POT~EARTH~PLANT

Very excited to announce my first exhibition in a very long time. A surprise phone call earlier this year meant I shelved my portrait series to dive headlong once again into the wonderful world of collage. This has been a wonderful opportunity to play with papers and compositions. I have been inspired by the clayContinue reading “Exhibition POT~EARTH~PLANT”

Monochrome Series :: in progress

If you haven’t already figured, 2018 is an experimental and exploratory year. Creating in new ways with new media and tools has been exciting and has produced some crackers! Some years ago I saw a demo using a black watercolour pencil and only white and clear gesso to produce a fabulous monochromatic piece with soContinue reading “Monochrome Series :: in progress”

GiSt Girls have a Home

Some people come into your life and they pop up later when you don’t think you need them, but you really really do. That’s what life’s like for me and Anissa, owner of Knitch.com.au. We met so many years ago when we were both Scrapbookers. Anissa diverted into thread, yarn and felt, while I tookContinue reading “GiSt Girls have a Home”

Footprints in the Sand

A lady approached me to create one of my 20by20 canvases, using warm colours and the popular “Footprints in the Sand” story as inspiration. (Go HERE for a full account.) While I prefer to work without boundaries, I really do love to step inside a customer’s heart and soul and bring that intention to life.Continue reading “Footprints in the Sand”