The Fashion World of Jean-Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk Stunningly curated and immensely enjoyable. Now showing at the NGV until 8th February 2015

Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective at the Grand Palais in Paris-include his amazing work,family snapshots,sketches and even his beloved teddy bear, Nana

See my latest blog about my ensemble piece "Tell Tale Venus", which will be on display at the OPEN STUDIOS GROUP EXHIBITION – BALANCE (http://on.fb.me/1jI8RAp)

See my latest blog about my ensemble piece "Tell Tale Venus", which will be on display at the OPEN STUDIOS GROUP EXHIBITION – BALANCE (http://on.fb.me/1jI8RAp)

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Edward Steichen: Model Marion Morehouse and unidentified model wearing dresses by Madeleine Vionnet, 1930 Courtesy Condé Nast Archive, New York © Condé Nast Publications

The Dandenong Ranges Open Studios program kicks off with a Group show on the theme of 'Tension' at Burrinja Gallery.  35 artists' studios in the hills will be open for you to visit...

The Dandenong Ranges Open Studios program kicks off with a Group show on the theme of 'Tension' at Burrinja Gallery. 35 artists' studios in the hills will be open for you to visit.

What’s on :: Brett Whiteley Studio :: Art Gallery NSW    Definitely worth a look if you're in Surry Hills. Whiteley appreciated the conversations with the masters like Rembrandt and Van Gogh.

What’s on :: Brett Whiteley Studio :: Art Gallery NSW Definitely worth a look if you're in Surry Hills. Whiteley appreciated the conversations with the masters like Rembrandt and Van Gogh.

Melbourne Scarf Festival at the National Wool Museum in Geelong, between 16 June and 2 September 2012.  This year's theme is 'The Journey' - a textile exploration of what it means to each of us to travel.

Melbourne Scarf Festival at the National Wool Museum in Geelong, between 16 June and 2 September This year's theme is 'The Journey' - a textile exploration of what it means to each of us to travel.

Coming to Tarra Warra Art Museum in the Yarra Valley is a selection of works from the Archibald Prize 2012, which was won by Tim Storrier, with his self-portrait of the artist as wayfarer (inspired by Bosch).  The exhibition at Tarra Warra gives Victorians an opportunity to see works  from Australia's most prestigious art prize, judged by the trustees of the Art Gallery of NSW and awarded to the best portrait of an eminent person in the arts or sciences.  At Tarra Warra between June 9 - July…

Tim Storrier: The histrionic wayfarer (after Bosch) Winner Archibald Prize 2012 :: :: Art Gallery NSW

26-27 May, Dandenong Ranges Open Studios event, with 33 different artists' studios to visit over the weekend

May, Dandenong Ranges Open Studios event, with 33 different artists' studios to visit over the weekend

Major retrospective of Fred Williams' work.  Williams had a unique way of perceiving the Australian landscape and he lived down the road from me.  Too bad not at the same time...

Frederick Ronald Williams was an Australian painter and printmaker. He was one of Australia’s most important artists, and one of the twentieth century’s major painters of the landscape.

Anne Leon's 'Visual Narratives of Capricious Nature' exhibition    6pm - 8pm 29 March 2012     	    'Visual Narratives of Capricious Nature'  Exhibition 29th March - April 15,   Venue Timeless Textiles, 7 Beaumont St Islington, NSW

Anne Leon's 'Visual Narratives of Capricious Nature' exhibition - 29 March 2012 'Visual Narratives of Capricious Nature' Exhibition March - April Venue Timeless Textiles, 7 Beaumont St Islington, NSW


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