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Santorini/West Welcome Wagon/CTS benefit - the wrap

The fundraiser night for West Welcome Wagon hosted by Santorini Greek restaurant in Williamstown and Consider The Sauce was a hoot and a wonderful success. 136 more words


Victorian Lighthouses & Shipwrecks - Williamstown, Gellibrand Point

This is a spot I went to the other weekend, just to round out my Lighthouses around Port Phillip Bay, not necessarily the prettiest spot, not the most historic, although it does have an interesting past I can remember from my childhood. 1,345 more words


Winter Outings - Williamstown, Hobsons Bay, Port Melbourne Pt 1

We have been endeavoring to push ourselves to get out more and explore this winter, as opposed to hiding at home watching DVDs……..it’s definitely more interesting (albeit often colder and sometimes wetter) & most probably healthier! 760 more words


ABC Open: 'Makers and Creators' Project

Back in January my friend Lee Harrop interviewed me for ABC Open’s ‘Makers and Creators’ project, and over the next few months we put together this little video, with some expert guidance from ABC Open Goldfields-Esperance producer Nathan Morris.

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Today's special plein air...

After a stormy morning it cleared and became a really nice afternoon so out the door I went. I’ve been wanting to tackle this little shed. 70 more words



Here’s a quick, sweet, little plein air I did the other day which is a nice break from all the deep-in-the-woods paintings I’ve been doing.  Each has it’s challenges.  216 more words


Standing in the Corner Watching Television

If it weren’t for Philo T. Farnsworth, inventor of television, we’d still be eating frozen radio dinners. Johnny Carson (1925 – 2005)

I really didn’t grow up with television. 1,305 more words

John Mcadam