Photos, collages, animations, watercolours and lots of clothes!
Collages of old drawings each 11 cm square
I found this little frame in a Melbourne Op Shop. It’s 53cm x 18 cm. The drawing is in coloured pencil.
These drawings for September are on old bits of paper that were lying around the studio. 15 x 10 cm each
Rather than drawing my clothes I drew the moon each day. I was really lucky with the weather.
Each day is layered on top of the previous, here as I explore ways that drawing and weaving might overlap. 37 x 37 cm
Stitching in the wintertime. 360 x 50 cm
The use of stitches and knots as a form of communication, a kind of morse code in thread, along with fabric colour and quilt patterns, made it possible to design a visual language.J. Tobin and R. Dobard in Hidden in Plain View. P. 79
In May I overlapped my outfits as I discovered Adobe Fresco
Revisiting old watercolours. 13 x 10 cm each
Black paper, gold and white paint. 13 x 17 cm each
14 cm square
Women’s dress in Rome was not distinguished from Man’s by the cut, but rather by the richness of the material and brilliance of the colour.J. Carpcopinon, Daily Life in Ancient rome. P. 188
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