Studio sale! A wonderful opportunity and a unique chance to purchase quality paintings from Blue Mountains artist – Ruth le Cheminant. Make a date, take a trip to the top of the hill and visit her studio Saturday 1 December
I received an email with an invitation to the awards ceremony for the NSW Parliament Plein Air Prize and an image of my entry is being used to promote the exhibition. I am honoured. Thank you. I am feeling chuffed.
Ruth le Cheminant, Ingrid Russell and Vicki Hersey. Three Blue Mountain artists. Three colleagues. Three friends got together – over quite a few cups of coffee – and together presented a proposal to Braemar Gallery for a joint exhibition and
I haven’t posted for a while, very remiss of me. I’ve been on a break. I did the exhibition Lincoln’s Rock to Little Kickerbell in March @Rex-Livingston Art + Objects Gallery – NB some work still available just speak to
David the Director at Rex-Livingston Art + Objects Gallery in Katoomba made the suggestion. Ruth we need a title for your exhibition that’s got a bit more going for it than ‘Places’. Got to say on reflection I can see
Season’s greetings from the studio I made this video a few years ago. The glasses have changed and I’m a bit older. But the message still applies. It was done to The Traveling Wilburys track ‘End of the Line’. Turn
In thanks for the voluntary work I do for a small business I was given an IPad Pro and pencil. With the program available – very like Photoshop – I’m able to create artwork in a new medium. Quite exciting. And
Sometimes magic happens when you least expect it. After the opening of my exhibition in Mildura we made the decision to visit Vincent in Melbourne at the NGV, that is the Vincent Van Gogh exhibition. We arrived Thursday and in