The Studio Blog
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- Published on .Filed in Finding magic
Yeah, it’s pretty easy to find wonder in the South Island. But funnily enough, the moments that sparked that tingly excited feeling and made my intuition poke me in the ribs—they weren’t the things I was expecting! So, since I’m practicing saying “yes” to my intuition, this video is where I’m paying attention and following it through.
Just popping in to let you know about a new exhibition starting soon. Called Collidescope, it’s our annual Raglan Art exhibition, featuring 16 artists and “a collision of style and colour”.
- Published on .Filed in Country life
Welcome to my year-long visual poetry project. Here are four seasons of creativity—just me, my camera, and a LOT of animal noses out and about on the farm.
It’s that time of year again! Despite a lockdown hiccup and postponement, we got there! Nearly 40 Raglan artists and I opened our studios for the annual Raglan Arts Weekend over Labour Weekend. Here’s how it all went down.
I’m delighted to be part of the Exploring Risograph exhibition that’s on now at Beautiful Things in Auckland. It’s magic. They’ve transformed some of my black and white ballerina paintings into coloured risograph prints!
Here’s to literally looking up when nature puts on the most spectacular sunset. And speaking of things looking up, I’m crawling out of winter hibernation with some good news to share: the Raglan Arts Weekend is back on!
The Raglan Arts Weekend is postponed so here you go: my ‘open studio’ in a series of videos! Come and virtually visit Raglan, see my brand new collection of artworks, as well as my visual journal that’s bringing everything together. Plus, of course, plenty of guest appearances by the real star of the show—Kepler the goat!
- Published on .Filed in Art & creativity
See how my new studio assistant (my new GoPro) captured the sea, bush, mountains, and beaches of my summer holiday in Golden Bay. And as a special treat, you get to see some of the reference footage that’s inspiring new artworks!