Mexican Wave

‘Mexican Wave’ was designed for the MAANZ exhibition titled “Seductive Smalti” held at Bundoora Homestead’s Access Gallery in 2012. In adhering to the brief, smalti (in this case, Mexican smalti) was the material predominately used in the mosaic. The undulating ‘wave’ was constructed of Winterstone (a lightweight sculpting compound), and mounted on recycled ironbark, giving […]

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Wireless Street (private collection)

Anzac Day, 2011, I discovered two old blocks of Oregon timber in my Grandfather’s shed. As a grandchild I would often find him here, always a project on the go. If not in his shed, he would be entertaining grandkids with humour and trickery, or in his much loved garden. This work is a coupling […]

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Beauty underneath

Whilst my husband (an actor), was working on the stage show ‘Love Never Dies’, a company member flagged the idea of showcasing talents of the highly creative people involved, with a theme taken from the show song, ‘Beauty Underneath’. Whilst this in-house exhibition unfortunately never eventuated, it got me thinking! The mosaic, Beauty Underneath, is […]

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Dream Theif

Dream Thief was the result of a momentary crisis of confidence; the concept being ‘fear is the thief of dreams’. When fear and self-doubt creep in, the silver (or in this case gold) lining slips away.

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