I am very excited to have been accepted into the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award. My ‘memories’ are built from the remnants of my sewing for family, friends and many years of sewing costumes for ballroom dancing and brides. The centre panel was found Read More
The Willoughby Banners were commissioned as part of the 1988 Australian Bicentenary celebrations. The banners were designed and constructed by artist Malcolm King, textile artist Yvonne Line, and many volunteers. The banners are currently in storage, and will be installed Read More
Willoughby Bicentennial Banners hung at pavilion This article in full is from North Shore Times Newspaper. 18 Sep 11 @ 01:56pm by Kat Adamski Willoughby Bicentennial Banners are hanging in the new Civic Pavilion. THE much-loved Willoughby Bicentennial Banners have Read More
Report form John Lamb. More photo’s to follow but the opening was vibrant! The range of real art quilts was terrific. I had not seen so many creative quilts in one room before. The crowd were as interesting as the Read More
Winter Garden 2010 136cm x 72cm. I look at my garden and see the different colours and textures of the earth, compost and fallen leaves strewn everywhere with the wind. Occaionally, there is a flash of colour from winter flowerings. Read More
This quilt was influenced by the rock opals mined in Cooper Pedy, South Australia. It is one of a series of three art works.
‘BROKEN DREAMS’ 119 cm x 115 cm The idea for an artwork will come from many different places. This one started out as a piece of crunched up taffeta that I found as I rummaged through a box of fabrics Read More
This quilt was influenced by a trip to the Great Barrier Reef prior to global warming in this area.
In the Bobbin Head National Park, north of Sydney, NSW Australia, there is this very old Sydney Red Gum growing right on the edge of a sandstone cliff. It sheds its bark every year and all these wonderful shapes and Read More
This is the first steps towards the webworld! Which will take a while…