We had a five hours hands-on workshop with nineteen male students. Lunch and afternoon tea were catered for all of us. The workshop was set up outside the art studio with a few long tables. The autumn weather was perfect for working outside undercover. The students were inspired with my power point presentation. I gave […]
Flying Arts News
I rose at 5am and was on the road by 6.30am to arrive in Brisbane by 8.30am. Sunday April 26 was a beautiful sunny morning with the chill of autumn in the air. I always have a heightened sense of expectation and excitement before I deliver one of my workshops. One of the best things […]
Flying into Moranbah I could see coal mines on the outer edges of town; a few active and many dormant. I’d just touched down and the pilots opened up the cockpit and said hi: a nice touch, and only in the country. My host collected me from the airport and filled me in on the […]
Pressing Question: Can you print etchings on a clay press? I was invited to run a Drypoint etching workshop at a school that didn’t have an etching press; and so the journey of discovery began. It was a two day Flying Arts workshop at North Lakes, where international students were welcomed to the school with […]
The Touring Artist Journal has been up and running for a number of years We have compiled these previous Touring Artist Journal entries into easy-to-read archives for you to download and enjoy.