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What I did last week: Online Exhibition


For information and instructions on how to contribute, go to What I did last week: Online Exhibition which will also provide links to other weeks' galleries.

 
Week 12: 15 June 2020

 

Iain Wilson, Pandemia

Iain Wilson, Pandemia (spray paint on Yupo paper), 14 June 2020

Julie Kala, Family

Julie Kala, Family (acrylic on board), 9 June 2020

Small photo sized painting of me, my brothers, mum & dad at my first holy communion in 1969, Finley NSW.
 

Laura van der Spek, Turtle for Amy

Laura van der Spek, Turtle for Amy, 5 April 2020

Crocheting is a skill I have picked up in isolation through online tutorials and patterns. I find the tactility of this medium satisfyingly cathartic. 
 

Ainsley McPherson, Cat portrait

Ainsley McPherson, Cat portrait (pencil), 9 June 2020

Angela Morrissey, Mary Mourning Jesus III

Angela Morrissey, Mary Mourning Jesus III (linocut), 7 June 2020

This is a linocut print of Mary Mourning Jesus. When people in the Middle East grieve they often wail, scream, throw ashes on their head and tear their clothes.

The writing says “peace” in Hebrew and Arabic as I wish for peace in the Holy Land where Jesus was born.
 

Kerry Punton, Kingower

Kerry Punton, Kingower (acrylic on canvas), 11 June 2020

Julie Andrews, Go Gently 1

Julie Andrews, Go Gently 1, 10 June 2020

One of three in a series 'Go gently'
 

Kathryn Harrison, Light before the carrion messenger

Kathryn Harrison, Light before the carrion messenger, 31 May 2020

Bruce Henderson, Milkyway reflections Lake Tom Thumb Eaglehawk

Bruce Henderson, Milkyway reflections Lake Tom Thumb Eaglehawk, 10 June 2020

Claire Clarke, Portrait of Mark With Beard

Claire Clarke, Portrait of Mark With Beard, 12 June 2020

Paul Harrington, Garden Sunset

Paul Harrington, Garden Sunset, 12 June 2020

Jane Coburn, Colour Charts

Jane Coburn, Colour Charts, 13 June 2020

When starting to use a new medium (in my case, gouache), making a "colour chart" is a very useful exercise, and time well-spent. While learning how to handle the medium, you are discovering which colour mixes can be produced.
It's amazing what can be done, with just a handful of primary colours plus white!
 

Leah Macdonald, Pain

Leah Macdonald, Pain (alcohol and permanent marker on canvas), 12 June 2020

This work is part of a series of abstract pieces expressing individual emotions using a variety of techniques and mediums. ’Pain’ reflects the peaks and ebbs of suffering, and its uncompromising and unpredictable nature.
 

Brad Barnes, Nya The Dragon Watch

Brad Barnes, Nya The Dragon Watch, 13 June 2020

Olivia Ciancio, Ball Of Ink And Stars

Olivia Ciancio, Ball Of Ink And Stars, 3 June 2020

Pauline Robinson, Planetary view

Pauline Robinson, Planetary view (Collage and mixed media, using some ink and flow/acrylic paintings), 9 June 2020

Sue Jeavons, Eco Dye

Sue Jeavons, Eco Dye, 13 June 2020
Eco dyed silk using local eucalypt leaves and bottlebrush seed heads.
 

Jin Turpie, Chicken Jockey

Jin Turpie, Chicken Jockey, 13 June 2020