What I did last week: Online Exhibition
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Week 5: 27 April, 2020
Claire Clarke, Spanish Knights, 26 April, 2020
Des Lowry, Little Bourke Street Chinese New Year, 20 April, 2020
This painting is based on photos I took on Feb 4 in Lt Bourke St of Chinese New Year celebrations. I cut the 'lion' from one photo and pasted it into this scene, because he (she?) is looking at the observer. Another challenge was how to include the large red lantern, the parking sign and the Chinese characters without those 'supporting actors' distracting from the main actor (the lion).
Ellen Lee Osterfield, Rhododendrons, 9 April, 2020
I’m a Bendigo artist with over 40 years experience with a variety of media! I am a featured artist at the magnificent Bendigo Pottery. I have my own studio/gallery in Bendigo. My web site details are: www.ellenleeosterfield.com
Angela Morrissey, Ayse Meryem, 21 April, 2020
This is Ayse Meryem, the daughter of my Turkish Australian friend Nilufer, with her cat. Ayse Meryem is the Turkish form of Aisha Maryam. Both names are important in Muslim tradition as Aisha was the fourth and favourite wife of the Prophet Muhammad and Maryam was the mother of Jesus.
Wes Franklin, Dodgy Letter, 22 April, 2020
Isolation has demotivated my creativity, so these were made just for the fun of it. Lettering was drawn on hand-made recycled Dodgy paper (dodgypaper.com) using Posca paint pens. Check out their range of Dodgy paper, it's beautifully textured and contains remnants from its previous life.
Mark White, Waves, 5 April, 2020
Duffy - Ha Ho Art, Covid Love 2020, 23 April, 2020
2 metre by 1.4 metre canvas version of a paste up I did two weeks ago in Chancery Lane.
Milton Long, Contemporary Studio Jeweller, Vermilion Earrings, 19 April, 2020
Still exploring enamels with a black crackle-based foundation. These earrings have a top layer of vermilion enamel.
Sue Jeavons, Autumn Garden, 20 April, 2020
I have been doing a lot of gardening lately and this contrast of leaf colours and shapes caught my attention.
Kay Aitken, Dressed to Go! (Graphite), 24 April, 2020
Drawing boots is very enjoyable as they usually have lots of character.
Gail Casey, North window (Watercolour), 25 April, 2020
I set this up as my morning painting and worked on it over many days until the light shifted.
Challenging myself with so many items in this one, but I enjoy painting each for their different forms and textures — and then there's the space!
George O'Brien, Soldiers' Memorial, 25 April, 2020
Alice.C, Astraea, 25 April, 2020
I found some old oil paints and decided to experiment.
Brad Barnes, Mania Comic Character Kxon, 26 April, 2020
Paul Harrington, The Garden, 26 April, 2020
Jin Turpie, Midas, 24 April, 2020
Frances Forge, Sacred Canyon, Fliders Ranges, 22 April, 2020
Staying at home and continuing to practise newly learned painting techniques while reminiscing about camping experiences in the Flinders Ranges.
Jane Coburn, Untitled; after Mildred Butler - Irish artist (1858-1941). (graphite pencil), 24 April, 2020
I'd like to congratulate all artists who've been submitting to WIDLW. I find all your artworks inspiring!
Dale Little, Of droughts and flooding rains, 19 April, 2020
This work is my homage to Dorathea McKeller's poem 'My Country'. The background is hand coloured, a made feature thread has the been couched into position before additional stitches have been added.
Dr Michael J Leach, The Shape of the Virus, 26 April, 2020
Michael is a poet, epidemiologist, and lecturer at Monash University, Bendigo. His poems reside in such journals as Cordite Poetry Review and the Medical Journal of Australia. This concrete poem was inspired by seeing artist’s impressions of the novel coronavirus in news bulletins.
Diane Cardinal, Anzacs, 25 April, 2020
In Covid19 isolation I spent my weekend reflecting on Anzac day. This is my tribute to all who have fought for this very beautiful country that we are so lucky to live in.
Myra Casey, Finding peace, 26 April, 2020
Finding peace in open spaces and spending time on nature.
Rohan Phillips, Invention II, 23 April, 2020
This might turn into something, or may just be an experiment. I will see where it takes me.
Laura Tangey, Isolated Knitted tribute to our ANZAC’s, 24 April, 2020
One large solitary knitted poppy to mark the isolation ANZAC day that was 2020. Lest we forget.