Eugene von Guérard's A view from Mount Franklin towards Mount Kooroocheang and the Pyrenees (1864); From below the lighthouse, Cape Schanck, Victoria (1873); Purrumbete from across the lake (1858); Cathedral Mount, Valley of the Acheron River, Victoria (1863); and The Basin Banks near Camperdown (1857) are but a few of the paintings you may be able to see within Gracia and my recent series of collaborative collages. (In one you will even see a coin from Eugene von Guérard's own collection.)
You can see six of them at Von Haus, and twenty-two of them at Milly Sleeping's Carlton store all as part of LookStopShop curated by Moth Design's Hidden Gems & Rough Diamonds. Gracia and I were most flattered to be invited by Leah to take part in this event and for the chance to make a series of new works. Over the coming days, I will be sharing photos of this installation and the charm of finches, as well as a look at the new zine that I am collating late this evening (even though suffering with hideous cold). I'd not miss the chance to assemble a zine for all of that often spoken about tea in China. Later this evening I look forward to scoring the pages ready for their stitch at the middle.