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What Is Unfolding In The Studio This Month? Well, I have spent much of this month working on a new painting. So rather than a long blog post this week, I have put together a video of the whole painting from start to finish.  Well, not quite finished actually.  I have got paint on all the canvas, It is going to take me at least another whole day painting session to go around and put glazes and finishing touches to the work.  It has been quite a marathon this one,  as it is a fairly complex painting.

This is a fairly large work, measuring 102×84 cm or 40″x33″.

 

 

What’s coming up next….I have begun a rather large collaborative project with a photographer friend.  My next works will also be flowers or plants, however, they are being created from a different mindset.  So I will be sharing some thoughts and images of that with you soon.

This Weeks Question: How does collaboration help your creative development?

Look For Next Week’s Post: Creativity Crisis! I’ve Lost My Muse – How To Find It?

Some Great Studio News this month.

Some great Studio News this month. Some of my recent works have found a happy place to be hung. I delivered them last week to a new boutique, Homewares/Gallery in Terrigal. So if you are in the area pop into Urban Eclectic on the corner of Kurrawyba Ave and Wilson Road and take a look. The link to their website is mainly about their silver jewellery at their previous shop.

Here are the paintings being hung there:

Studio news,Peony Perfection

Peony Perfection 40″x 40″ Oils On Canvas

 

Studio news,Spring

Spring 18′ x 18″ – Oils On Canvas

 

Floating Free 22 x 22" Oils On Canvas

Floating Free 22 x 22″ Oils On Canvas

 

 

Studio news,Altered Blooms

Altered Blooms 18″x 18″ Oils On Canvas

 

The gallery also has some unique, mexican jewellery, along with a range of quality eclectic homewares, which I will bring to you in another post, 

This Weeks Question: Have you seen Urban Eclectic yet? 

Look For Next Week’s PostWhat to Do with Old Art Works – Part 4

 

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