A day in the country



A friend and I went north for the day to visit an artist who lives on a farm. We both live inner-city lives ensconced in the creative process and the daily demands of production. Although it's tempting to stay put and focussed in the making, getting out into the wild, the wide and the wondrous open plains north of Perth is wonderful!




Here we are surveying the infinitity of the landscape while the young ones play in the gravel. All around is an abundance of wildflowers. We gathered old wood from the ground which I will use to make hangers for garments.





Hand dyed and stitched silk top on a bush-wood hanger


Comments

  1. Oh Anthea, the silk top is amazing and the hanger too!

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  2. Thanks Blandina! Going bush was just what I needed.

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