For our final blog post of 2016, we thought we’d share with you a handful of inspiring stories from throughout the year. Some you may have discovered from our Facebook posts, but they’re so beautiful they’re worth packaging and presenting as a holiday gift pack. Continue reading
One night at a dinner party, it was suggested that artist Chris Harris draw a portrait of someone at the table.
Using a black Sharpie from someone’s handbag and square-shaped paper napkins from the restaurant, Chris took to the task without hesitation. Continue reading
Dear Girls of the World,
We thought about you the other day. Not individually, of course, because according to the United Nations, you number 1.1 billion! There are many of you. You’re definitely a force to be reckoned with!
The scale of the Re.Discover murals in Bunbury is rather monumental. There seem to be murals almost everywhere.
We realised that the best way to bond with the murals is just to be with them. Stand, slouch, squat, sit, recline, look. Do anything. Just be in proximity of a mural – without much distraction – and the mural will imprint itself upon your imagination. Continue reading
Our hand-crafted paper flowers have been a big hit in 2016!
We initially created the flowers and presented them at the opening night of Roslyn Burns’ exhibition at the Bunbury Regional Art Galleries in March. Continue reading
After a couple of terrific art workshops in the studio of Edith Cowan University, Bunbury Campus, we thought we’d share with you some top tips for getting the most out of your workshop experience. Continue reading
This month, we are totally thrilled to bring you our third annual post about prolific illustrator Daniel McLachlan! He came onto our radar in 2014, and we published the first post Daniel Illustrates the Importance of Drawing. That was followed in 2015 with Manga and More with Daniel McLachlan. Continue reading