My first workshop at the Surrey Hills Neighbourhood Centre on Sunday March 17 went really well. The venue is perfect and the ladies were lovely. I will be back there on Sunday June 16 to teach Random Weaving.
What a great evening we had on Thursday…It started with a walk along the Glenlyon Biolink Walking Trail looking at the eco sculptures created last November during my residency. We then headed up to the hall for a yummy community dinner. Reverie was then unveiled, which is the artwork that has been commissioned by the … More Opening of Reverie
It was perfect weather on Saturday January 19 so many people came and wandered through this fabulous local market. I had a steady stream of people who enjoyed hanging out and making lavender wands.
Lavandula in Hepburn is such a wonderful place to spend the day weaving! We had so many people wanting to make a lavender wand that it became a very enjoyable flurry of activity.
Nature Devours Art – On Sunday 18th and Monday 19th November we picked lomandra longifolia from the Glenlyon Biolink Walking Trail and used it to create fine nests with bespoke tools (fids) I made for the workshops. The nests were then installed in a beautiful young tree. Thanks to those who made the effort to … More Biolink residency – Making nests
Last Sunday, perfect weather for boat making bought a bigger crowd to the project. During the day there were 3 groups who learned how to use grass (collected from the walking trail) to make boats. Grass was cobbled (stitched) and wrapped using colourful wool into boat shapes and then wax was painted on the bottom … More Biolink residency – Making and sailing boats along the Loddon
I had a lovely day at Creswick Neighbourhood Centre yesterday helping ladies create random weave baskets. Participants had some amazing wisteria to use from a big plant I got permission to prune in Ballarat.