Monthly Archives: September 2010

Willie Verginer

Italian artist Willy Verginer is a master of wooden sculpture. His sculptures are life size and simply painted. They are beautiful to look at and masterfully executed. Enough said… Advertisements

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Fun with dolls

Exciting, I have had a new shipment of old 1950s dolls delivered. These little beauties are hard to find, that’s why I am so excited about them. Probably to much of some doll collectors horror, I will be vandalising these … Continue reading

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Brick Bay Sculpture

I was up at Matakana last week for work and decided to stay on for the weekend, to get out-of-town and relax. I have always wanted to go to the Brick Bay Sculpture Trail, it’s one of those things that … Continue reading

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Ali Cavanaugh

Excerpts From Ali’s website Ali Cavanaugh was born in St. Louis in 1973 and has worked as a professional artist for 13 years. Her compositions are strong and intuitive, thanks not only to being a wife and mother but also … Continue reading

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Aakash Nihalani

Artist Aakash Nihalani is the mastermind behind these tape-based artworks, and his simple aesthetic has a deeper meaning than just decoration.  He states on his website “My street work consists mostly of isometric rectangles and squares.  I selectively place these graphics around … Continue reading

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Thinking, Thinking

Sorry for not keeping in touch for a while. I decided to take some time off after my exhibition in July and recharge my batteries and take some time to think about what I wanted to do or achieve in … Continue reading

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