While in Brisbane, we visited the Gallery of Modern Art, where I was fascinated by this sculpture made by wrapping things together with yarn. You could even walk into it and look up through it. It was a community project and people contributed items to be included. I love it but, unfortunately, forgot to take any notes about the artist.
We spent a delightful weekend at Midginbil Hill Farm in north-east New South Wales. The weather was warm and sunny (a pleasant change from the weather we'd been experiencing in Canberra in the previous week) and I enjoyed wandering around and snapping things that caught my attention.
We have had over 200mm of rain in the past week. In fact, by 8am on 1 March, we had received the average rainfall for the month - and there's been a lot more since. We went out for a walk this afternoon when it stopped raining and found lots of interesting mushrooms/toadstools (I can't remember the difference between them).
I am exploring ways to alter fabric and to produce individual pieces of a high quality. I am currently experimenting with mixed media and I also enjoy working with more familiar materials and techniques. I hope to eventually develop my own style - my own visual language.