Launched May 1st, 2009 with a tentative start... this blog evolved into a space to bring things I'm curious about or fascinated with whilst adapting to life in a new city, a new direction with my work and in the online realm. Early on postings were frequent and wide-ranging in focus. Attention slowly spread to new online engagements as ideas developed and formats trialled to extend those ideas. However, this blog has always remained at the centre of all that followed ...the conversations, journeys and glimpses into creative worlds generated here have long enriched my days beyond all imagining and I return always to pick up the thread with gratitude for the experience and for those who've passed through, perhaps joined up or stopped to converse!
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Saturday, February 20, 2010

something you just have to do














Ngurrara: The Great Sandy Desert  Canvas 10 metres x 8 metres
 
Found at artpropelled.blogspot.com. Read more on this art work here.
George Peterson at circlefactory.com

Robyn at Art Propelled has quite a following and tonight I discovered a series of works and posts I was interested to learn more about. Wise words from Robyn via Maslow here. Work by robyn Gordon below.













6 comments:

Mlle Paradis said...

Love how it blends industrial and "indigenous" aesthetic.

Sophie Munns said...

yes.. Its quite an interesting aesthetic that comes with this blog...her finds respond to tribal and indigenous works and then these others stories like the industrial and contemporary , sculpture, assemblage etc...
ciao MP,
S

Non-Indigenous Woman said...

Can't resist all those fabulous color rhythms ...Ngurrara: The Great Sandy Desert

Sophie Munns said...

Go to hear from you NIWoman....
ah yes... lovely colour rhythms!
best,
S

La Dolce Vita said...

I love Robyn's work, she is a master at carving and of the use of the repeated image!

Sophie Munns said...

Hi La DV,
thanks for popping in... interesting work Robyn does and the flavour of her blog is also and interesting excursion!
cheers,
S