My Callistemon and Cockatoo tote bags have been restocked in my website shop!
Today I tidied up my studio. I cleared away the kids homework and the household papers that get dumped on my desk, did a bit of a chuck out and found some old sketchy gems. I vacuumed, dusted and scrubbed off the pen marks and the tea and coffee rings.
My beloved biscuit tin was my Nan's. I remember looking at it when I was a kid so I guess it influenced my love of Australian Native flowers. I had to rescue it out of a dumpster after my Nan passed away.
I put my collection of Winsor and Newton inks in an old Ferrero Roche tub.
I dug out an old pot that used to be my Nan's that was sitting in my Mum's garage and put it in my mother In law Yvonne's old 70's pot hanger and planted this pretty plant. I don't know what the plant is called, but it grows tendrils of heart shaped leaves; I have another one in the front hall. Now that's all tidied up I'm all ready to create more art!
I'm excited that some colourful tote bags with my designs on them have arrived. They're for my market stall coming up on the 26th of November at Shelly Beach markets.
I have come up with a greeting card range for sale. They are printed on 340gsm card with brown recycled paper envelopes. So far I have printed 15 designs. They are blank inside for your personalised message.
Last Sunday I held a stall at Kiama Seaside markets by the waterfront at Black Beach. It was a lovely sunny day but got very windy around 11.30am. I've learnt to be quite wary of selling greeting cards and artworks outdoors! We ended up using a tow rope from the car to act as extra anchor to the ground. Here are some photos of my stall while I was setting up!
Not such a successful market day but Steve and my son had a nice bike ride to the Kiama blow-hole.