What I did last week: Online Exhibition
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Week 8: 18 May 2020
Alicia Huddy, It wasn't me (as said by shaggy), 8 May 2020
Ann McAlpin, Where the river meets the sea, 12 May 2020
Gillian Fallon, Old River Red Gum, 14 May 2020
This magnificent tree can be found on the Kangaroo Flat walking trail towards the Queens St end.
Narelle Mills, The hummingbird, 13 May 2020
Poppy Skipper, Untitled (acrylic on canvas), 10 May 2020
This is a character that I have been using throughout my work that I do, but is anonymous, as it does not yet have a name. I have done the character on multiple things, from mugs and phone cases, to stickers and cardboard boxes. I chose these colours as they are warm organic colours that contrast. Stylistically, it is inspired by Keith Haring’s work.
Angela Morrissey, Ayşe Meryem, 14 May 2020
This is a drawing I did of Ayşe Meryem using graphite pencils. I hope that I have captured the essence of Ayşe with her cheeky smile and mischievous grin. She has a determined look on her face and her ardent spirit shines through. I hope she never loses that!
Julie Kala, Walk around Bendigo, 14 May 2020
Went for my walk last week and came across a lovely, tired looking house. I took a couple of photos to sketch during a Webex meeting.
Duffy - Ha Ho Art, Oh Brad! (acrylic on canvas), 14 May 2020
I think this may be the last of the Covid set...
Kathryn Harrison, Two literary women I admire, 1 May 2020
Lilly Skipper, You tell me to draw a perfect circle, I draw a square, 7 May 2020
One of my favorite artists, Gerard Richter, once said, ‘It’s like with every picture... I don’t like the ones I understand’. His practice inspires me to make work to my own standard with a sense of 'planlessness', evident in this abstract collage work.
Milton Long, Contemporary Studio Jeweller, Enamel pendant, 11 May 2020
This is another pendant using crackle base enamel. Surface color is Sea Foam Green on copper with a sterling silver setting.
Iain Stewart, Back from Bolivia (Acrylic, collage, pencil, whiteout pen), 29 March 2020
We had just made it back in time to spend 14 days in home isolation. This is my response.
Aimé Sacrez, Season of Gold (Acrylics and pastel on canvas paper), 16 May 2020
This is a portrait of my wife Yuko. She has been my model for many artworks. In this piece I was experimenting with the use of gold acrylics to add a layer of texture and decoration to this pastel drawing.
Kerry Punton, Bottlebrush and birds (acrylic on canvas), 16 May 2020
Jane Ineson, You are not alone (installation, found object and ceramic figures), 12 May 2020
Having lived mostly alone for years, solitude has become more acceptable and less daunting for me with current physical restrictions. I have eased into playful home making to honour my artist retreat, and maquette sculptures have moved like gnomes into the garden, making it a little kitsch.
Bushwalking with a friend, we found treasures; she, a beautiful fossil; and me, a broken discarded zodiac plaque.
I had fun creating this installation as a welcome for anticipated visitors.
Dr Michael J Leach, Autumnal, 17 May 2020
Michael is a poet, epidemiologist, and lecturer at Monash University, Bendigo. His poems reside in such journals as Cordite Poetry Review and Plumwood Mountain. This concrete poem was inspired by autumnal walks near the artist’s home in Strathdale.
Andre Sardone, Thompson and Riccardo, 17 May 2020
As the restrictions ease, Thompson has packed his bags and is ready to travel somewhere with his offsider, Riccardo.
A continuation of this series of 'Little Folk', which have sprung to life during this pandemic, carved and shaped out of steel plate.
Claire Clarke, Woman with Coffee Pot, 17 May 2020
"A tribute to Cezanne's Woman with Coffee Pot."
Paul Harrington, Colourful Cactus Country, 17 May 2020
Jane Coburn, Village (graphite pencil), 9 May 2020
Inspired by Stanhope Forbes' painting, "The Village Street, Newlyn".
Brad Barnes, Kelly, 17 May 2020
Kristen Beever, Melanie sequence, 16 May 2020
Portrait study for a publication on emotional design.
Kay Aitken, Wheelbarrows (pencil), 15 May 2020
Farms give much inspiration for art, like these weheelbarrows on a friend's farm in Swan Hill. Bet they can tell a story of two from their days of hard work.
Eileen Farlie, Thank you blanket, 8 May 2020
Submitted by the artist's niece. "It is beautiful fine knitting with a knitted edge. Helping to keep me warm in my TEAMs meetings! And the colours are beautiful."
Paul Casey, Some kind of ennui or disbelief (Watercolour collage), 17 May 2020
Watercolour/collage based on De Chirico's 1914 painting 'The Song of Love'.
Meg Holmes, Autumn in my home garden (oil painting), 10 May 2020
Our lives are very different at the moment, yet nature brings continuity, moving through seasons. I have enjoyed being home to watch the seasonal changes. I was inspired to do a plein-air painting of this beautiful autumn tree with the light moving through the leaves. I had to move quickly as each day, the leaves changed colours and fell. These changes pushed me to make a quick little study, an enjoyable afternoon.
St Paul's Cathedral Choir, Thomas Tallis—If Ye Love Me, 17 May 2020
Singing together during the pandemic: Our first virtual choir project exercised more than our voices! We learnt to make synchronised recordings, send them, balance voices and assemble a video. We hope to bring some joy to our congregation and to everyone who hears us. The learning curve continues...
Bronwyn Phillips, Perky proteas, 17 May 2020
With this large piece, I wanted to inject some feminine into our boy-filled living space!
Megan Carpenter, Felted fungi, 10 May 2020
I love walking in the creek and finding unusual pieces of wood and then I add felted fungi.
Jin Turpie, Mushrooms in Harcourt, 13 May 2020