The big exhibition opening last night. A quick post on the road as we head back to Lismore.
We’ve been having a lot of fun lately messing around with sticks, paper, wire, and goop. We’ve been building mobiles, jewelry, and pocket objects (nice little things to keep in your pocket and occasionally remind yourself that life is meant to be fun). We’re busy testing out techniques and coming up with some new products and workshops.
During a recent workshop Anthony was experimenting with different liquids and lighting techniques. Come and join our Digital Photography Play session and you’ll be able to make images like these using nothing but some household items and your camera.
Wow, what a year.
The end of 2013 was crazy busy with all sorts of fun stuff keeping us occupied. We shared a solo exhibition, got some more of our work out in galleries, sold most of our stock at the markets, found some new creative inspirations, and then finally got to chill with out with family on Xmas and New Years.
Xmas was very creative this year as we decided to make all of our gifts. Here are a couple of portraits painted for the younger family members:
2014 promises to be a huge year with Rachael producing and exhibition a lot more work and Anthony making some moves in the software and creative industries. Stay tuned.
A sneak peek at some new series of fridge art magnets that we are working on. 🙂
As with all of our magnets these will be one off pieces, some of which will be pre-purchased before the series release, so get in quick.
Well not really our first, we did sneak in a small one at Blue Knob Gallery a few weeks back, but this was our inaugural proper fair market.
I tell you what…. it was a massive amount of work to get the magnet stock finished, the stall equipment and props ready, and to psych ourselves up for a lot of sun and selling.
Well, it was worth it. We sold a bunch of magnets and got a lot of invaluable feedback on our work. We also took some inquiries for portraits and other works, so overall an exhausting yet worthwhile day.