Saturday, December 31, 2011

December Round Up

Why is it that the last month of the year has to be the busiest? You've got Christmas, New Years, work functions, holidays and more. All whilst this is going on I've tried to keep up with my blogging. Here are some of my most read posts in December...
  • Introducing 3... - Blogs my some very talented arty folk
  • 2012 Calendar - To help you plan for the new year which is fast approaching my 2012 Calendars have arrived.
  • Please Like - I decided to submit "Passing Orca" into the TONI&GUY Yen Young Australian Artist Award
  • Stoked To Enter - Do You See Turtle
  • Christmas In Our House - a look at what types of Christmas decoration we have up in our house

Friday, December 30, 2011

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Introducing 3...

I realised I haven't for a while shared some blogs which I recommend checking out. Here are three that you may not find on many must read lists, or top 10 lists, but they are blogs by some arty people who I have a great deal of creative respect for.


Friday, December 23, 2011

A Moment To Pause

Photographer: Nicole Tattersall
Website: www.nicoletattersall.com
Description: I love growing things in the garden. Here is some of the garlic I picked a few weeks ago. It is so yummy and wonderful to cook with.

Another Board

My Face and Fringe board design is now uploaded to the competition that Red Bull are running for Sally Fitzgibbons surf boards for the 2012 ASP World Tour. I would be so grateful if you would 'Like' it. You can do so here.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Christmas In Our House

I love Christmas, it's a time to share and be creative in decorating the house.

We've a few things that influence how our house is decorated; two rabbits, keeping things as environmentally friendly as possible and being as creative as possible. Oh and I also like to have a colour theme, this year it was white, black, grey and silver.

Our tree this year is actually part of a rose bush I cut back a few months ago, which the rabbits have quite enjoyed chewing on the lower branches of. I think it's made a wonderful tree none the less.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Stoaked To Enter

I got so excited when I heard that Red Bull were running a design competition for Sally Fitzgibbons surf boards for the 2012 ASP World Tour. For me my love of stencil art came from me wanting to customize my one surfboards. My first ever exhibition was at the Surfing Museum in Torquay. This is a dream come true and I feel I've given it my best shot.

I've submitted two designs, Face and Fringe Pink and Do You See Turtle (above). At the moment only Do You See Turtle is up in the website gallery. I would be so happy if you would 'Like' it. You can do so here.

New Items In My Online Shop


I've added a selection of artworks to my MadeIt Shopfront
I've also included the digital collaboration prints and cushions I did recently with Melbourne artist Facter.

I would love to know what you think of all the newly added stock.

I'm also offering 10% off all stock in the shop until the 26 December.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Please Like

After much ummming and arrring I decided to submit "Passing Orca" into the TONI&GUY Yen Young Australian Artist Award. I would love it so very much if you could please like my submission, as I wouldn't mind winning some of the prizes which are up for grabs.

You can like "Orca Passing" at www.yenmag.net/artaward/entry.php?n=255.

Friday, December 16, 2011

A Moment To Pause

Photographer: Shelby Tanner
Title: untitled
Website: www.flickr.com/photos/shelbys_photography

A Moment To Pause

Photographer: Nicole Tattersall
Website: www.nicoletattersall.com
Description: This shot was taken down at Phillip Island whilst doing a coastal hike. I really do love coastal plants, especially the flowers.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Hints + Tips - Centsational

Centsational Girl is a DIY blog by Kate who is a self confessed bargain hunter, design lover, and incurable DIYer living in Northern California. She's just out to make her world more wonderful, for less, by one do-it-yourself project at a time. As she does it she shows you just how she is doing it. I'll admit there are a few projects that are a bit too nanna-crafty for me but there are some that do take my fancy, such as how to make your own wood cutting boards.

Monday, December 12, 2011

December E-Newsletter

Yesterday I sent out my latest monthly e-newsletter. There is a recap of the recent exhibitions I've been apart of, a look at my 2012 Calendar and even a bit on my thoughts on 2011

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Friday, December 9, 2011

A Moment To Pause

Photographer: Nicole Tattersall
Website: www.nicoletattersall.com
Description: Just want to say this photo is not staged. We had this basket sitting in the lounge room. I turned around to spot Nickel in it and managed to get a photo.

Monday, December 5, 2011

2012 Calendar

 
I can't believe that it's almost the end of 2011. Where has this year gone?

To help you plan for the new year which is fast approaching my 2012 Calendars have arrived. Within just a few weeks of having them delivered I've had to do a second print run because of how popular they've been.

The 2012 calendar is A5 in size, printed on 250gsm FSC Certified, made with Elemental Chlorine Free pulps (ECF), ISO 14001 Environmental Management System stock and features a selection of my artworks, all bound using a bulldog clip which is re-useable and is packaged in recyclable materials. Making it very environmentally friendly.

So where can you buy my 2012 Calendar you may ask? Well...
Via my MadeIt shopfront
CURVY
Curious Oyster Shoppee, 776 High St, Thornbury, VIC
Kids In Berlin, 472 Victoria Street, North Melbourne, VIC
View Point Gallery, 13 View Point, Bendigo, VIC
Art Boy Gallery, 99 Greville St, Prahran, VIC
Brunswick Bound, 361 Sydney Road, Brunswick, VIC

Very soon at...
Mushroom Crafts, Bair Street, Leongatha, VIC

Friday, December 2, 2011

A Moment To Pause

Description: This is me sitting out at Lorne waiting for a wave. I swear I did see some that day.

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