Thursday, February 28, 2013
Monday, February 25, 2013
The other day I had the great pleasure to visit Laura Jones in her wonderful studio in an old warehouse in Alexandria here in Sydney.
I was so happy to have the chance to look at some of Laura's paintings and to also take some photos in the space she creates most of her work. I remember that I didn't want to move a thing and just tried to capture her studio how she had left it last. There were so many things to look at, however my attention was caught by her recent work, the flower paintings. They are so beautiful, have a look here to see why I adore them so much.
Laura is going to exhibit her beautiful work in a solo show at Maunsell Wickes Gallery which runs for two weeks starting this Friday.
Thanks Laura, I had such a great couple of hours on that Sunday morning, looking at your work and sitting on your couch and having tea and chatting along.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Sometimes when I leave work early and light is great and happen to have my camera with me I can get really excited.
Here are some photos I took a couple of weeks back when I was in Surry Hills and got my hair cut :)
I also post Cat Alley which I always love to go.....as more photos here
> I am fascinated by Vivian Maier's photography. I would really like to watch this documentary about her live and art.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
On a Sunday night we like to make a simple soup for dinner.
Most of the times we end up making a massive pot so we can also eat of it during the week.
This is a very simple minestrone and for me it is Summer in a yellow :)
>> I really like listening to this song from Emily King.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Of a light house and the view around it, a cottage on empty fields, a mail box family, stairs to get a view over the neck, a wonderful sunset and waiting for the ferry to leave this wonderful place called Bruny Island.
Some of the last photos of Tasmania. I hope you enjoyed them.
Sunday, February 10, 2013
Our second walk went through beautiful bushland in the Western part of Bruny Island. I was collecting some of the natives flower which we saw growing on the side on our way. After passing all sorts of bushes, fern, grasses and trees in wonderful colours we reached the water, it was crystal clear and so inviting so we didn't think long and just jumped into the water for a quick swim, oh it was cold but so worth it.
I was also wondering if anyone of you have some great tips for the West Coat in the US.
I am going to spend some time in LA, San Fran and around the Big Sur and I am currently researching some good places to go to and also great accommodations. If anyone of you has a great tip, please let me know.
Have a wonderful rest of your weekend.