I have been thinking about my youth a lot lately (sign of old age I suspect!)
I remember going to the Royal Easter Show and nagging my parents every year to buy me a kewpie on a stick. I wonder if these were fashionable all over the world? I remember them gold and pink. These are my first batch of little kewpies, many more to come I suspect!
This was my entry to the Aussiepolyclayers competition.
The theme was dare to dream..you will be able to work out from my avatar that my dream is to visit the Greek Islands.This piece is called Kythera,the Island my father was born on. I would one day love to take my tools and clay and stay there and just create,maybe even teach there. Who knows,maybe one day dreams will come true!
Congratulations to the winners of this competition, and to all the entrants for some amazing work!
I am very excited that I have been given the opportunity to exhibit my pieces in Flourish arts in Birchgrove this Saturday at 2 pm.
My Fascinators and jewelery will be displayed from the 20th August. Thanks so much to Robin Hill for this opportunity. The address is below:
39 Cameron Street, Birchgrove.
(Cnr Gipps Streets)
Open Thurs - Sun from 10AM
Ph: 9810 6362
Hello, I am a mother,wife and polymer caly artist.I also work with young people at risk in Sydney.
Thankyou to all the artists who have shared their skills wih me over the years. I will always be so grateful for your generosity.