Sunday, October 08, 2017

There's always something.....

...you haven't seen before.  As you may know I am a huge fan of the Australian Masterchef Series. 
 (I had to get this link almost without looking as I don't want to know the result of this years competition.) For me, it is much more entertaining than the English Version and it always have a section where they travel.  In the episodes I watched this week Heston Blumenthal was the guest chef they went on a road trip through Victoria and visited one of these amazing works of art on the Silo Trail
This is the one the visited.
Brim Silo Art, Grampians, Victoria, Australia If you have ever seen a grain silo you will appreciate the size of these wonderful portraits who are all people who live and work in this area. Amazing.

I have finished/not finished the book I started in Seth's workshops. Not finished because I may add more to it in the future but finished for now as I would be forcing it if I tried to just fill the pages.  As it is it turned about a bit more scrap booky than I would have liked.  No disrespect to scapbooks but I would like to get my collages to look as though they have grown out of the page instead of having things stuck on. Because I had made a page with Me
and my mama

at the workshop I/it decided to add my father

 and my siblings.
My sister
and my brother
This is the first page
and the cover, burnished up a bit.
It was fun and now a permanent memory of a very good day.

Great finish to a good week watching my old AmDram society's excellent production of Singin' in the Rain.  Lovely to see it flourishing.


2 comments:

sharon young said...

I've just spotted your post, Pat, I love the portraits, wouldn't that be amazing to see them in real life. It's always a treat to see your collages I love the way you put them together.

Seth said...

Absolutely love the book pages.