Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Work on show

A lovely start to the week when I heard from the Director of the Gallery at the University of the Sunshine Coast, that one of my works was to be exhibited in a Women's Work exhibition.

Taking work by women from their collection, the gallery has pulled together a magnificent and stunning show; showcasing women from all over and their varied styles and works.

This is one of the lead pieces...

Kinyu by Nora Wompi

This piece will also be on show...

Two Countries by Lilla Watson

Details about the exhibition:
My piece is called "Learning my Lines" and was acquired by the University in 2017. You can read all about it in this blog post and the real story behind it way back here.

 I can't wait to attend the opening!  It is somehow even sweeter that I didn't know that this was happening; it feels like the loveliest of gifts has landed in my lap.

As it has always been with this book.


  1. I just took a wander through the posts you linked and then kept clicking "Older Post" to dig deeper. Oh my. I really do need to read your blog start to finish ... there's gold in them thar posts!

    1. Isn't it fun to go wandering way back when...almost ten years now! One of the reasons I love blogging is the it is such a good record of my creative life - I get some lovely surprises when I go back and wander. Enjoy!

  2. Replies
    1. Thanks Mo - sometimes the unexpected ones are somehow more delightful! Go well.

  3. Congratulations It's a strong piece of work. Glad its been selected

    1. Thanks Jac - I like it a lot, and it will be fun to see it on show! Go well.


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