This morning’s excitement…

30 08 2012

It’s tragic that Megsie gets so excited about such a tiny little jobbie, we know, but she’s been waiting a long time for this…

 

 

Again we went off to work and arrived back too late to see the finished article.

Fait accompli, slab wise. Can’t wait to get a gander in the morning.

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Update on Megsie’s workshop…

29 08 2012

This morning, as Megsie left for work…

 

 

It was dark when we got home, so have to wait until tomorrow to check out the day’s progress…





NSAGP blog: round 2…

29 08 2012

We’ve just had notice from our fave man in Wagga Wagga, Michael Scarrone, that the latest chapter in the National Student Art Glass Prize bolg has been kicked off…

The latest winner of Wagga Wagga Art Gallery’s acclaimed National Student Art Glass Prize was announced on Friday, 23 March by renowned Australian glass artist and jeweller Blanche Tilden. The Prize was awarded to Christopher Boha, from the South Australian School of Art, for his work Pile of bones, an exploration of home, distance and emotional territory.
Christopher receives an all-expenses-paid trip to attend masterclasses at North Lands Creative Glass in Scotland, UK, one of the world’s most prestigious centres for the study and development of glass as an artform.

Please log on to the link below to follow Chris’ study tour/blog

www.nsagp2012.blogspot.com.au





Red letter day at the Hideout…

28 08 2012

Well, yesterday was a big day for the Gang.

Here’s a wee photojournal…

 

Phase One complete.





Trish biz…

28 08 2012

Opened last week, but up for another month…





Opening tonight at the Bega Valley Regional Gallery…

24 08 2012

Excitement’s building in expectation of tonight’s opening of Beyond the Garage at the BVRG.

Peter Fay’s in town to launch it and the eftpos machine is at the ready (it’s gunna go off!!) We  had a school group through this morning and there’s already a rash of red dots spreading across the walls…and it doesn’t open until 6pm tonight!! To describe this exhibition as popular would be an understatement.

We’ll bring you all the excitements of the opening later – but meanwhile here’s a tease: Gavin Irvin’s Critter series





Glassie spotto…

20 08 2012

…guess who?

 

 

You’ll never work it out in a month of Sundays. It’s Nigel!! Back in 1974. Pure gold.

We loves that. And we had the added bonus of the real deal – Nige and Pammy Faye swung by for lunch yesterday.

 

 

A rare treat these days, both of them so busy with various work commitments/ exciting projects on the front burner.

But we figure there’s only 12 sleeps until spring, and the warmer weather’s sure to entice them back far sooner than later next time around…