Today I thought taking another look at Rick Amor might be great. He is one of my favourite artists and I love looking at his work.
This week, I’m combining the podcast and photo challenge. The week did get away from me I’m afraid. It seems to be happening a lot and I’m not sure how to get back on track. I do need to find my way again.
Normally for these posts, the Introducing Artists that I admire, I would showcase an artist, but since it is Easter Monday I thought we could do a shorter post and look at a painting. This painting is called The Banquet of Cleopatra by Giambattista Tiepolo. It was acquired by the National Gallery of Victoria in […]
Today we are going to take a look at an iconic Australian artist. Perhaps one of the things about Russell Drysdale that makes him very good for us to look at is because he was also a photographer. He spent time driving around the outback of Australia taking photos to help with his paintings.
For anyone who has been following me for some time will know that Rick Amor is one of my favourite artists. I thought we could take a look at one of his paintings today. He is a Melbourne artist who has been painting for many years and his work is very collectable. His work is […]
Usually I spend time talking to you about an artist and all their work, but I thought I might try something different and I hope you like it. I have been given permission by the National Gallery of Victoria to use some of the images of art works to show you ones I like. It […]
Any artist you ask will tell you some thing different. Some say you learn to be one, some say you become one, others will say you are born one. In all honesty I have no idea how they come about, and all I really know is my own story. So today I thought I might […]
This post is more about paintings and the photos are not that great I’m afraid. I had a trip to the National Gallery of Victoria recently with my daughter. We went there to see the Bill Henson exhibition, but we also ended up looking at lots of other paintings as well.
Well, I’m still here up in the Mallee and Wimmera, but not for long. I heading home tomorrow, sadly. I thought I would show you some art silos with a difference that are here.