You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to get the concept of ‘Blue Therapy’. Many of us do this unconsciously when we seek holidays near the coast. We go in search of those peaceful and calming sights and sounds, like waves lapping on a beach, a cool sea breeze on a hot summer day… Read More Is it Time for some Blue Therapy ?
Underground Art is a term used for art that operates outside of conventional norms including street art. Recently though, I stumbled upon a literal use of the term in the mid north town of Crystal Brook in South Australia. A subway going beneath the rail line caught my attention and I wondered if there might… Read More Underground Art in Crystal Brook
I’m always amazed to find as we travel around the country, how many super talented people there are in all parts of Australia, and it makes me think that their work should be seen by a bigger audience than just those of us who are passing through, and were lucky enough to find it. Recently… Read More Arty Rural Communities in SA
As part of the Illuminate Adelaide Festival, Harbor Lights Victor Harbor brings the festival to the Fleurieu region with neon installations and interactive displays in Warland Reserve until this Sunday, the 11th of September 2022. Every evening from 6pm – 10pm the light shows and interactive exhibits are on and if you have the chance… Read More Harbor Lights Illumination Event – Victor Harbor
I’ve written some editorials for The Australian Silo Art Trail, and one of the pieces can be found here in ‘Australian Seniors News’. It was a real pleasure to hear an artists insight into the process of silo painting, and if you take a look at Sam Brook’s perspective of painting the silos at Eudunda… Read More New Article – Eudunda Silo Art
My latest write up for Unsealed 4×4 has a guide to Broken Hill and surrounds, for first time visitors. It’s such a surprising place to visit, where drag queens, miners, art and history all intermingle. Take a look at what there is to see here.