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
This is a story about patience. It’s a story about courage, and it’s a story about the amazing things that can happen when the stars align. Continue reading
“I just want people to back me,” said Roslyn Burns in 2012. Little did we know that those very words would make their way into an ABC Open video produced by Ruslan Kulski and released in 2013.
Clearly one of the best ways to get people to back you is to back yourself. And, that’s exactly what Roslyn did in the years after the release of that video. Continue reading
You might consider pulling out your calendar and reserving Saturday, April 2 for Bunbury’s Tree Street Art Safari. The event will indeed be an amazing array of art, craft and design.
What’s the Safari?
Tree Street resident and artist Kerry Gelmi came up with the idea of a Safari where fellow artists, designers and makers could open their homes and studios to visitors who could then view, buy, sample or commission what’s on show. Continue reading
So, what’s the next logical step after loads of photo shoots, a manga book and a guest blog post? A movie, perhaps? Well, that’s exactly what we thought was Apple Girl’s due. Continue reading
Who doesn’t love receiving a medal, an award, a prize, or even a thoughtful certificate? Chances are, it’s appealing to most of us.
The idea of making inventive medals to honour people was the starting point for a 2015 project. Continue reading
As the year draws to a close, we would like to celebrate it with 15 wonderful artworks. These choice selections include photographs, clay creations, and works in a variety of media including acrylics and pastels.
Thanks to Carensa Watts for photographing most of the works, and to Rob Cox for his photograph of Clown Fish. Thanks also to Helen Seiver for her support with selecting these special artworks. Continue reading