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Creative practices of a textile artist from Queensland, Australia. Now living in Somerset, England.
Tag Archives: Creative Arts
Beginner’s Land Art; we built a pathway
Collaborative stair building from recycled roof tiles, wall cement and slate flooring. In beautiful Olabe, Basque Country. Continue reading
Posted in Europe, Experiments, How-to, Re-use, Travelling, Works in progress Tagged art project, Basque Country, collaboration, Creative Arts, Creative Reuse, DIY, Do It Yourself, Earth art, gardening, land art, nature, Olabe, reclaimed materials, recycled, sculpture, self sufficient, terracotta 2 Comments
What is my artwork worth? A awkward discussion about artist wages.
How much is my artwork worth? An opinion regarding paying artists for services rendered. Continue reading
Posted in Australia, Inspiration, Queensland, Research, Review, Textiles, Toowoomba Tagged artist perspective, Award Wages, Creative Arts, review, Textile Artists, Visual Artists, Wages Comments Off on What is my artwork worth? A awkward discussion about artist wages.
The travelling book collective
A couple of months ago I signed on to made. creative space’s Journal Project and have been lucky enough to convince three other artists to collaborate with me on this via the post. Tonight, I’ve finished my section of the book and over … Continue reading
Posted in Collaboration, Experiments, Paper, Queensland, Sewing, Textiles, Works in progress Tagged artist book, collaboration, Creative Arts, paper, sewing Comments Off on The travelling book collective