Thank you Noosa Regional Gallery for the wonderful installation (and photos) of my Noosa Biosphere Artist in Residency Project. The residency was a component of the 2015 Floating Land Exhibition and involved working with grade 4 and 5 students at St Andrews Anglican College.
I have just had a fantastic week in the rainforest weaving a wedding arch for some of my lovely young friends , such a beautiful thing to be asked to do! Our Yurt had an outing too which added to the atmosphere..
What a Fantastic event for our community. I feel so very proud to have been involved in this truly wonderful HUGE project. Check out this link for a video of the the final event and I will be creating a new gallery with lots of wonderful photos. http://artslinkqld.com.au/regional-arts/animatingspaces/animating-spaces-mackay-up
It was great to have the opportunity to work with Moranbah Arts and fellow artist and workshop facilitator Lalune Croker early this year. We worked with some fantastic community members to create beautiful flying birds for a performance at the Multicultural Festival.
Have just finished a great residency at St Andrews College on the Sunshine Coast. It was a Noosa Biosphere residency and involved nearly 70 year 4 students helping to create a large scale living bamboo tunnel and lots of great ephemeral art pieces .
Photos of the project will be displayed in the Noosa Regional gallery as part of this years ‘Floating Land’ exhibition
The talented team of Cross Road Arts puppeteers and my cast of puppets are celebrating after the final performance of ‘Cry of the Curlew’. for more information on Crossroad Arts productions visit Crossroad Arts Mackay
After many months my woven bronze sculpture has been installed in the court yard of the new Mackay Base Hospital. The piece is titled ‘Circle of Life’ and represents the three geographical regions serviced by the hospital- The Coast, Hinterland … Continue reading
After some crazy box making for safe transport, the 4 horse lanterns constructed by Tracey Johnson and I have been installed at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra. The lanterns were commissioned as part of the ‘ Spirited Horse’ exhibition and will be on show until March 2015
A big thank you to the Pioneer Valley Community for supporting this years River Rock to Mountain Top Lantern Parade. Despite the rain it was a wonderful Event. Photos from this years event have been posted in the lantern image gallery. A big thanks also to Donna Maree Robinson for such wonderful images of event.