Prints off to China!
Last week I received an email from the wonderful PG Printmakers Gallery In Fitzroy Melbourne who stock my prints.
It turned out that an art lover and collector from overseas was visiting Melbourne, saw my work in their window display and bought 16 of my monoprints! Needless to say I was absolutley thrilled at this amazing news, it was just the incentive I needed after some difficult months with high pain levels and my general health.
Fortunately my finished print drawers are well stocked as I completed a lot of new monprints during summer, so I am collating my prints in order to restock my much depleted folders at the PG Printmakers Gallery ASAP.
So thank you to the gentleman art lover and collector for appreciating my work and buying a collection of my prints including many of my 2018 monoprints that I was so very happy with upon completion. It is heart-warming to know I have connected with another person on a deeper level through my art, it makes the creative process so much richer.
A New Perspective
My art continues to be inspired by my observations of the Grampians region landscape, Corio Bay and more recently the city of Geelong as seen from Epworth hospital Waurn Ponds.
I am an artist & printmaker. I live in the Grampians region Victoria, Australia. My art, in particular printmaking is a key focus in my life and sustains me through many difficult days and nights due to a condition known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, see my website www.crps247.com. I believe art nourishes the soul and enriches our lives, something that material wealth fails to do.