✨ Some happy and gorgeous customers over the last couple of weeks! Three lots of Tassels and a pair of studs and White Cheetah! 💖💖 check out my story for some exciting news and don’t forget to enter DEAR DARING’s HUGE competition, ending tomorrow night!! 🤩🤩🤩
Brochures are now ordered and the countdown is on for the opening of our new art studio/gallery area in Kiama. Looking forward to getting a daily dose of painting again one day soon. Feel free to pop in and say hi if you are in the Kiama area. 🎨🎨🎨. #inspiredartforyourworld @sharonblairart
Jar of Helebores and Nasturtiums
By Elizabeth Barnett / @elizabethbarnett
Acrylic on linen
41 x 31cm
Join us this Friday from 6 at @enough.space for the opening of TWS X S+N!! As well as this beautiful piece, you’ll also see unreleased portraits of @cat_rabbit @elizabethbarnett and @indigo_orourke!
48 Years of Earth Day today. The number one thing we’ve learned since last year is that the plastic problem is even worse than we thought and it’s truly a global crisis. We have alternatives for plastic, it’s up to us to start using them! Let’s change the prediction that by 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by weight (and I don’t think that prediction includes microplastics!) #noglitterlitter#nolitterglitter#biodegradableglitter#bioglitter#earthday#earthday2018
WOW - the weeks are flying by (must be all the fun we are having - hehehe)... Thank you for being a part of this weeks journey.
We were so fortunate to stock up on more new gorgeous items from Australian Artists, made heaps of candles and bath bombs (will be online soon) and we had to cancel our Albury Pop Up Shop ... but don't worry we are still proceeding on our Melbourne based pop-up (details coming soon). Big love and hugs, Jaq & Helen and our awesome as team members (Donna & Wendy)
My latest blog is up - a rather intense blog relating to on-line war games, PTSD, and ANZAC Day - reflecting on an art project that I completed a few years ago. https:// www.annehuthartist.com/blog/something-different-games-of-war-a-project-addressing-war-games-ptsd