so we can fill you in on the workshops and other activities on over the week. Stay tuned.. some extra things look like they will be added... but you can be sure there will be plenty to do. On the Saturday when there will be a dedicated children's area we have a wonderful barista lined up to come and make organic, fair-trade coffee's for the day. Our supplier Kupenda donates part of their coffee income to a Kenyan Orphanage and Health Program. The rest of the week we will have their coffee and some teas and cookies (maybe cake!) available for you to purchase or of course pack a little picnic and take a pleasant walk in the Gardens after a sojourn in the studio.
Page 2: whats on
I came by these photos taken in the Seed Lab Lab by Denise Rivers when talking with Jason Halford this week. There's a lot happening at the moment - a collecting trip up north being planned and a University student currently working at the Lab and doing germination trials. Counting seeds into these containers can be very arduous when they are very, very tiny. These particular one's dont look too small - easy fro me to say - I wasn't there working on cleaning the seeds. To read about the Seed Lab and Jason Halford click here.
Jason Halford outside the Seed Lab working in seeds from a particular palm - the name of which I don't have.
These pods were from Towoomba - given to me by the textile artists who travelled down to the gardens in May. A Brachychiton of which species I am not sure.
I have yet to identify this interesting pod a friend gave me.
These 2 works were photographed before the recent show I participated in at Percolator Gallery, Paddington. More works are waiting to be added to the studio archive blog.