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Tag Archives: ceramic

67. One Amazing Woman & Art

PUBLIC SCULPTURE This artwork “Community Spirit” made from handmade ceramic and mosaic is part of a public sculpture called the Federation Gateway Sculpture at the entrance to Balaklava a town in the Mid North, South Australia, here is a link if you want to take a look 109 Stories behind the Wall.   However this […]

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63. Smorgasbord Art(continuation of the Swedish Xmas celebrations)

THE ART OF THE SMORGASBORD This story really starts here in this art blog 62. Christmas Again & Art !!!! where we have been doing some mad dancing and other festivities.   After all these goings on we have a little drink and a break before the massive Smorgasbord eating session begins which has been prepared […]

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60. Animations in the Burbs

ART OF NEIGHBORS So here we are, living in the ‘Burbs’, remarkably it is not as difficult a situation as I thought to get used to, although I do miss having my art studio detached from the house. One of the things I was most worried about was to have neighbors. When you have been living […]

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46. Artistic Learner Drivers

ARTISTIC INSPIRATION This Artwork is called “Shop till you drop” but it should probably be named according to how we felt at the time lol but that would have to include some not so lady like words – you see if you look closely in the orange car on the left you will see us. […]

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35. The First Adam and Steve Artwork

CERAMIC AND MOSAIC SCULPTURE This artwork is the first Adam and Steve (ceramic and mosaic 100cm x 150cm ) that I did and it was inspired by my cousin and his partner.  I have since made another Adam and Steve wall based sculpture and there was a funny incident at the art gallery where that […]

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19. All Creatures great and small in ART

SCULPTING IN CLAY I had so much fun designing and creating this work, all the animals are hand made out of clay, set to dry over several weeks on boards on the floor of my studio and then fired bisque.  Followed by, in some cases up to five coats of paint, two coats of glazing […]

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17. The Jail Bird in Alcatraz (the last bit of the San Francisco tales)

ART & TRAVEL If you have just joined my art blog recently, you may want to check out numbers 6 &7 in the Blog archive for the start of the San Francisco travel tales. You can’t go past the wit and wisdom of Oscar Wilde who quotes; “It is an odd thing, but everyone who […]

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15. The Art of The grass is always greener

FRINGE FESTIVAL We went out to dinner recently with some close friends, to Enoteca in Adelaide which I highly recommend. There were 9 of us and afterwards we went and saw the Ukulele playing, Lady Carol at the Garden of  Unearthly Delights for the Fringe Festival and the whole night was such a treat.   […]

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14. Adam & Steve 2 Sculpture

CERAMIC AND MOSAIC I have actually painted a couple of paintings on this theme, as well as the original “Adam and Eve”, which I will tell you about another time.  What inspired this particular artwork which is done in handmade ceramic and mosaic was that my gallery here in Adelaide was having a Christmas show […]

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10. If You Remember The Sixties, You Weren’t There, ART

PAINTING INSPIRATIONS People often ask me where I get my inspiration for my paintings and sculpture, well all artwork from.  And my answer is usually – from absolutely everywhere.  And I truly mean that, driving in the car, seeing an advertising sign, going to a birthday celebration, or a wedding or any festive occasion at […]

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