Front cover by: Gabriella Barouch
Featured: Bec’s Hummingbird and Swallow in Flight.
Left: Moth Spots. Right: Luna Moth
Like everyone else, it’s not often something other than bills arrive by mail but, today a little treat arrived. I’d been waiting for it’s arrival for a few weeks so I was really excited to paw over it in the flesh. DPI magazine is a well known Taiwanese Art magazine. And I was lucky enough to be asked by Fran Chen, the Editorial & Creative Director of DPI Magazine, to participate in the Meticulous Art II Edition. I’ve really enjoyed flicking through the pages as DPI always has a high calibre of artists pack in it.
- Julie Evans -
One of my personal favourites featured in this quarters DPI Mag is NYC based Julie Evans. I’m utterly in love with her 2011 – 12 artworks. The textures and the suggestive natural forms are amazing and so inspiring. You have to check out her website you will also be amazed.
Julie Evans, Big Hair-Do, 2012, painted mylar and pencil on panel, 48″ x 68″
Julie Evans, Installation: Tending Toward the Untamed, Wave Hill, The Bronx, April 2012
Other news: I’ve officially moved to Melbourne and have settled into my new temporary studio home at Ink and Spindle. It’s great to be sharing with friends. Lara and Teegs have been very supportive and accommodating and I’m feeling very loved by them. I also get to share the studio with the talented Addy Seymour. It’s refreshing watching them all do their creative thing, I use to share a studio where we all tended to hide behind our computers as that ‘s what our projects required at the time so there wasn’t much creative process going on to observe.
On other news, which is admittedly a little late in telling. I raised another $77.80 for the Tasmanian Bushfire Appeal. Which brings the combined effort between Kelly Smith and I to $877.80