I’m glad I didn’t make any New Year resolutions for 2018 – especially not ‘Make more art!’
On reflection though, I have been drawing designs, selecting ‘supports’, composing, coordinating colours, improvising, turning mistakes into happy accidents – so making a different kind of art – or is it craft? 😀
I greeted this Monday, Day 30 of Inktober 2017, happily – it was an opportunity to recover from the various excesses of a very social and active weekend! The chamomile flower in my sketch represents energy in adversity – much needed!
Thank Goodness Its Monday – Day 30 #Inktober #Inktober2017
Mundaring Hills Open Studios 2017 was held over the weekend. We enjoyed meeting artists, admired their work and envied their studios. We met artists working with glass, clay, paint, found objects and more. We particularly fell for the work of Silvano Ferrario and Bernard Kerr – but we only made it to five out of 18 studios.
Open Studios Time – Day 29 #Inktober #Inktober 2017
A sketch inspired by Bernard and Jenny Kerr’s teapot and a linocut by Tina Bryce represents my day 29 of Inktober 2017.