Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Ragdoll- A Crime that Shocked a City

I did this poster for Paul Mitchell's show 'Ragdoll- A crime that shocked a city'. Here's a little bit about it...

Ragdoll. A Crime That Shocked a City.

Based on real events

What dark forces drive a man to commit a crime most of us find unthinkable?

"A challenging psychological and emotional exploration of these terrible stories...A contribution to a desperately needed national conversation [that] will deepen and enrich it in very significant ways." - Helen Garner
Written and performed by Paul Mitchell
Directed by Suze Smith
Music and sound by Bill Buttler

Son of Loft, Lithuanian Club
45-50 Errol Street
North Melbourne

1 - 8 October 2011
7.45pm (6.45pm Sunday)

Tickets $18 and $15 concession
Book on (03) 9660 9666 or

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Lots of Things

It's been a busy week and month in the studio and around and about. (Above) Jess came and printed her wedding invitations on my press which was so lovely. I have been editioning etchings... keep your eyes peeled in the galleries in the coming weeks... and I've been sewing some lovely things for Kinder Gallery... Tea in the studio is always so lovely and well thought out. I love being around people who are engaged in their work too. I found the orange kettle for Alice and Atticus is rarely asleep as he is here... such a rare treasure. x

Friday, 5 August 2011

Studio Friday

Lola and Otis came to paint with me this afternoon. We drew roosters, an owl, a schoolhouse and Oatie drew a budgie.

Nice photo thanks to Alice.