Surrounded by vineyards a rainbow has fallen on a fallow field lit by the sun through a rent in the clouds. Misty rain falls elsewhere giving this Barossa landscape a dreamy feel. It’s not a full rainbow, and the gold at its base is just stubble. The surrounding vineyards are the true gold of the […]Read More
The Cross of My Youth
From my youth I have fond memories of this iconic building, St Johns Lutheran Church. Not Sunday services but the friends I made and the antics we got up to. I remember climbing that incredibly high ladder up into the bell tower when someone left the door unlocked. I remember scrawling our names in chalk […]Read More
The Genie’s Out!
When I first lay eyes this extraordinary creation by Australian artist Grant Donaldson I just starred and starred and stared. I was lost for a time in glorious swirls of light and colour and imagined ghostly entities playing trixy with my my senses. Is the genie long gone or perhaps still lingering; delighting in its […]Read More
A few weeks ago we visited the Jam Factory, in Seppeltsfield, and took our time enjoying the work of the various artists and craftspeople being exhibited. Time and time again I am drawn to glass. I love the way light plays on and through the medium. Unlike the colours of a painting or sculpture I […]Read More