2017 In Review - An Exhibition
You know, in an ideal world I would have my very own gallery to fill with works that I could open in collections. Potentially this is because I love cheese, but I also rarely have a chance to dress up and it might be nice to buy some fancy heels and feel what it's like when all of my paintings can breathe in the same room.
Unfortunately I don't have my own gallery and a lot of my paintings get sold before they get to be exhibited. Still though, we can play pretend.
These are my favourite works from 2017 that I have put together as a virtual show for you. I'd love to know which one/s is/are your favourite?
Once upon a time we lived in the Waitakere Ranges in a little green house we built in the bush. I have the deepest regrets about leaving that place. So this work comes first as it is closest to my heart. Somehow remembered places are so much brighter in memory too - hence the slightly fantastic palette.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed the show.
Next time I'll try for a real one with cheese.