What’s happening in our neck of the woods and in other necks not so woody
I discovered a wonderful musician, read a few poems and gave a brief introduction to the origins of National Parks in Australia.
One of 50 odd community actions happening across Australia on Saturday Oct 8, spelling out what we need to do!
orange trumpet flowers
from a mistletoe scatter the poem without end . . .
Photographs from a remediated antimony mine Urunga, NSW
It was a humid night with rain forecast and at dusk the fireflies put on a spectacular show, many more than last year and a week earlier.
We were enjoying a sunset BBQ on the beach with friends and being distracted by the birds, various cormorants, herons, egrets, gannets out to sea, the Ospreys and a White-bellied Sea Eagle . . .
They are wonderful aerial movers and seem to have personalities even on the wire.
With a poem I was commissioned to write.
Bellbottom ~ August Interview Q1: The theme of your current exhibition at the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery is Eos (the half hour before dawn). How important is it for an artist to be connected to their environment, especially nature? Eos opens the gates of heaven for her brother, the sun god Helios and is both […]
Eos is a process unfolding, just as creating art is, especially ‘Ecological art’ which is as much about artistic process (and natural processes) as artistic outcomes . . .