Thursday, 29 June 2017

In the last 5 months

A lot has been happening since I talked to you last:

“Shuffle”;  the video work  by Pilar Mata Dupoint, commissioned by Transport for New South Wales was shown at wynscreen ( 20 m wide screen at one of Sydney's inner city train stations) for almost 6 weeks. 

Unfortunately I didn’t get to see it, but it was really exciting to be involved in the project. Here are few "work in progress" images

In the Grain of Sand was shown at the Sculpture by the Sea in Cottesloe. 
Here is wonderful image by Jessica Wyld

Maybe you are fast enough to spot it in the video:

And the new sculpture: Seed of Tomorrow was created and shown in Mandurah. 

 I will tell you more about it in the next post. 
As you can see it was really busy time.Too busy to tell you about it at the time. It is kind of nice to sit back now and reflect, sort, contemplate and hibernate a little. ( It is "winter" in Australia).

Monday, 26 June 2017

Enrolments are open for next term courses

Next term I will be teaching day and evening classes: Explore Ceramic  in Nedlands, and Understanding Glazes in Fremantle. Click on the image for more information.