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Food Fight @ Sweets Workshop

Food Fight @ Sweets Workshop

So excited to be a part of Sweets Workshop​‘s annual Food Fight exhibition again. Last night I went to their soft launch for artists and friends and I have to say, Em & John has outdone themselves yet again. The official launch date is this Sunday the 11th, which coincides with theSummer Hill Neighbourhood Feast. It will be a great time to sample what Summer Hill has on offer and while you are there, make sure you pick up a copy of the Food Fight calendar, featuring art from Sydney artists and makers.
Pre-Order Your Own Peonies & Anemones Silk Scarf

Pre-Order Your Own Peonies & Anemones Silk Scarf

Those of you who have been following me on Facebook or Instagram would have known that this has been my passion project for quite some time. The idea of turning my pencil drawings into repeats for textile has always been appealing to me and I’m pleased to say that it is finally a reality. The sample arrived last night and it turned out so much better than I imagined. The silk has such a beautiful weight and drape, and the print is simply stunning. You can literally see each pencil stroke on the fabric! As this is my first time dipping into the world...
Private Watercolour Class

Private Watercolour Class

The other day, I had the pleasure of teaching my biggest private watercolour class to date. It was such a great experience teaching a diverse age group which literally spanned across three generations. We painted a bouquet of poppies and ranunculus which I thought was called sweet pea. I guess I still have a lot to learn after my 100 flowers project. If you are starting out and looking for an art activity to get into, I would highly recommend giving watercolour a go. It is so therapeutic and easy to pick up. Unlike most other mediums, watercolour forces you to work...
Canterbury Bell

Canterbury Bell

There are more than 250 Canterbury Bells species. Some are known as ladybell because of the association with the colour of the robes of the Virgin Mary. Click here to buy the original art.Click here to buy the limited edition prints.
Lisianthus

Lisianthus

Often mistaken for a rose or peony, lisianthus means ‘bitter flower’. This refers to the taste of the flowers which were traditionally used in herbal medicine. Click here to buy the original art.Click here to buy the limited edition prints.
100 Flowers Project

100 Flowers Project

On July 14, 2015 I celebrated the last day of The 100 Day Project, which was arguably one of the most ambitious projects I’ve ever participated in. For 100 days, I was tasked with doing a pencil illustration of a flower, finding out it’s symbolism and posting it for all to see on social media. The idea behind The 100 Day Project was pretty simple, you pick something  that you are passionate with, pick an action to go with it and repeat the process for the next 100 days. It’s a celebration of the process and the making, the goal was...
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