Tuesday, September 16, 2014

my Pozible progress

Well I'm just over a third of the way to my goal with my Pozible project and the steps seem to keep falling into place. I'm grateful to those who have pledged support. Thank you so very much!

Whilst I only have a handful of stockists currently, I'm starting to cast the net wider each day. I am always carrying samples on me and it's lovely the way things lead from one thing to another. 

I also now have plans to print an adorable antique cutlery set on white cotton napkins. They look really sweet.

I'm also learning so much more about computers and social media each day. I'm grateful for the knowledgeable friends who are happy to lend an ear or proffer some advice.
Thanks and this ride ain't over yet.

To those, who would like to support even in the smallest of ways, any pledge no matter how small will help this dream become a reality. Crowd- funding projects like Pozible really do rely on people "putting their money where their mouth is". Rest assured, I take each pledge with so much gratitude. I sincerely thank all of you.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

My art aprons


Now available through my etsy store or via my Pozible project.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

New exhibition

I have 8 pieces in the September exhibition at Gallery #9 in Johnston St, Collingwood - just near the corner of Smith St.
Get on in and check them out.


I know this image below refers to their August exhibition but it was the only image I could find

Pozible project

If you don't know much about Pozible, I suggest you avail yourself of the wealth of information out there - or just chat to people. It's a great way of helping a business get up and running. Crowd-sourcing, or crowd-funding as it is also known, is essentially a method of gathering a whole group of individuals who believe in an idea to pledge some money each. When the target is reached these pledges become live and the money is exchanged. It return, those who put up some money get a reward - a product/service related to the project.

Have a look; have a read and I hope you find this as rewarding as I have in the past.


Monday, September 1, 2014

Conversations between vegetables

Not sure what these two are talking about but I think they'll look great framed like this.

I do ascribe certain traits to my watercolour pieces. The carrot is certainly saying "I'm having a bad hair day".
The asparagus  " that's me little buddy.."

Anyway - that's just me