Wall Art, Home & Living
Walls should be curated, and not just in a museum or a gallery. Nothing is easier than giving a room a facelift with a new artwork. Spruce up the couch with new pillows or the bed with a new blanket, add a pretty mug and coasters to the kitchen, a new bathmat or shower curtain to the bathroom. Be colourful, meaninful or nerdy. Anything goes in your own home. Most of my artwork is available in one way or another. If you’re after anything in particular and can’t find it, please shoot me a message.
madeit.com.au is an e-commerce site dedicated to showcase handmade items created by crafty people who physically reside in Australia. It doesn’t matter whether sellers do create for a living or as a hobby, as long as it’s their creation, it can be listed in their store on the madeit website. As the world is big […]More
Extremely thick coasters or maybe paper weights. That’s generally what people think when they visit my stall at markets or come to my studio and see the acrylic photo blocks for the first time. Goes to show that acrylic blocks are still fairly new in Australia. Not many people are familiar with them. Which is […]More
One minute there were no clouds, it looked like it was going to be a dud, then the sky turned the most gorgeous pink and purple with a whiff of clouds that came out of nowhere in between. Sunsets. They can be wonderfully serene and beautiful and nature’s beauty and all. But they can also […]More
So many people are obsessed with photographic gear. Not a week passes where I am not asked what camera or lens or this or that I use. I always feel very awkward, I am not a photographer for National Geographic after all, and also not a pro of 20 years in the business. To be […]More
“There is nothing more musical than a sunset. He who feels what he sees will find no more beautiful example of development in all that book which is, alas, musicians read but too little, the book of Nature.” Claude Debussy My taste of music is fairly eclectic, I guess. My ipod just rolls its eyes […]More
OK, Father’s Day in Australia is on the first Sunday of September, which means this year I have another 50something days to get thinking. Yes, we’ve been down the road with socks, ‘Dad’s the Best’ mugs, chocolates, funny undies, taking him to movies, breakfasts, cooking him special dinners, getting him control of the remote for […]More