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Grayson Perry Sailing out of the Dodgy Art Pool

Sometimes our very human desire for meaning can get in the way of having a good experience of the world” Grayson Perry.

Not much scares an Essex transvestite potter except the “dodgy art pool”. 234 more words

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Country vs Western

With an exhibition titled Country and Western, I had expected more grit, more dust and more western instead I got colour and country.  The SH Ervin rarely disappoints when it comes to curation and quality of exhibitions and this collection of works were great. 197 more words

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People by the Sculpture by the Sea 2015

Each year Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi Beach gets a little more crowded. The works hold different people for different reasons. A couple of years back there seemed to be an abundance of… 131 more words

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Light, Space, Time and a Wombat Hole

Sometimes the order of exhibitions matter. Your head is in a space, ready for the onslaught. This time there was no plan as to who would be first. 262 more words

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Slow Art Day at the National Museum of Australia

Taking the time to paint can be a struggle, a lingering tortuous event but unfolding a painting is never as difficult. The more you look, the more you get. 248 more words

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A Happy Horsey Year

I remember drawing a clagged out old horse in a paddock in art school. It’s days were numbered and the teacher thought it was a good choice as it didn’t move too much.  288 more words

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Too Many Artists, Not Enough Life

According to WordPress the visits to my blog last year would have filled the Sydney Opera House concert hall 7 times over. Phew! That’s quite a performance so I guess this year I’ll try for an encore, by way of thanks.  308 more words

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