The talented team of Cross Road Arts puppeteers and my cast of puppets are celebrating after their Japanese tour of the 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.
The team from Cross Road Arts having been keeping me busy creating a series of woven bird puppets for their latest project ‘ Beyond Boundaries ‘.
For more information about the project and performance times and venues check visit the Crossroad Arts web site or face book page
Exciting news!! The Staff at Arts Qld have chosen this image from the 2010 Recycled Bike Lantern Project as one of their main RADF branding images. The Giant Fish Bike Lanterns were made for the 2010 River Rock to Mountain Top Community Festival Lantern Parade. The project was funded by the Mackay RADF program and was a partnership project with ‘Chanses R‘ recycling plant, Five Star Power and Art and Circus students from Mirani State High School . It was a collaborative project and was jointly design and created by Me, visual artists Tracey Johnson and Rosemary Payne and circus performer Tammy Stone. The frames are made from 6 recycled bike frames and the lanterns are powered by 2 solar panels and a Pedal powered dynamo. The fantastic photo was taken by Tracey Johnson
for more info on the project and photos of the bike frame visit the projects section of this site.