Showing posts from September, 2008

walking the cat

305x305x35mm in acrylic - it's all about the odd things that cross one's path in a lifetime. My cat was a nondescript nonconformist who had an Alsatian for a best pal. The walks were just a part of life really and I never worked out at what point he would disappear to be able to welcome us back home, sitting licking his paws on the doorstep waiting for us. His name? Stephanus Hermanus Kiddemaus Kat. We'll meet again. Sold

Parua Bay Gallery

You are invited to the opening of the fourth annual exhibition at Parua Bay Gallery on the 25th of October at 1pm. The gallery is situated in a lovely bay, 20 minutes from Whangarei in the North Island of New Zealand. Contact details are here... or click on the invitation. e^)

clay mask

Thought I'd show and tell this one today: I made this from air dry clay and then let my acrylic paints loose on it. Topped it off with a little rubbed over gold and there you are, a nice and heavy mask with a head dress in all the colours of the rainbow. It is ready to hang. On the wall I mean. Thanks for looking..e^)

no worries...

Just finished this, in acrylics on stretched canvas - it's about the complete rest that sleep brings... everything seems better in the mornings not? Yup, you guessed it, I'm a morning person. Birds chirping, sun shining, teeth brushed and bed made - ready for the next sleep! It's 350 x 450 x 18mm.. thanks for popping in..e^) Sold