A pink reflection
The colour pink is so complex. Most people think of it as ‘girly’ or ‘too young’. But this hue is an amazing spectrum of colours.
The pink clouds of sunset in Hawaii. The pink of the inside of a shell. The pink of fairy floss. The pink of a new born baby panda.
This typographic exercise is my ode to a wonderful poem dedicated to pink.
Written by Claudia Krizay, it is a beautifully crafted reflection.
Heart felt and beautiful in its simplicity, Bucharest, Romania
While this article may be a few years old it is still relevant. The GOMA in Brisbane is consistantly the most exciting art museum of the main land of Australia. It has an eye to the future while understanding the merit and importance of the past. It is incredibly inclusive but not from a ‘political correct’ point of view. Art is art, and where it comes from and what ever form it manifests itself in is all GOOD.
This was an exercise in creating a mood, a narrative, to re enforce fundamental, deep fear of the groteques. A garbage bag, some masking tape and a couple of pieces of plastic. Crop the image tight. Throw some moody lighting into the mix and there you go.
An installation by Dan Marti
Peter Tully, an Australian creative icon
Sculpture by the Sea
Tokyo Museum, Tokyo, Japan
A tasty snack, Newcastle Art Galley, Newcastle, Australia
Newcastle Art Gallery, Newcastle, Australia
Martin Thompson Framed
GOMA, Brisbane, Australia
APT, GOMA, Brisbane, Australia
Damien Minton Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Sydney Biennale, Australia
Brunswick Street, Melbourne, Australia
Art! MCA, Sydney and GOMA, Brisbane, Australia
GOMA, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Street statements abound in Athens, Greece
Redfern Biennale, Redfern, Sydney, Australia
The art of the street