Close up of the funky heart and raggedy moons .....
Already one of the raggedy moons has found its way onto my cloth, click for a closer look. This week I have been stitching my cloth again....Horses are a big part of our life, so this Magic Pony made an appearance under Robin's beautiful moon. And above the moon, hovers a rainbow bird, another reference to Aboriginal art. (It is not quite finished in this pic. but he is in real life). Lots more stitching has been added to the background this week too as I have been following the TAST blog.....
Also, my dear friend Dot had organised to take me for a special lunch at http://www.heavengastrolounge.com.au/. We met early and went for a walk around the beautiful old gardens close by. It was a hot day, so we stopped and had a lovely cool Lemon Lime and Bitters in the gardens of an old beer house before we headed across to the restaurant.
Amazing food......delicate prawn fritters with Asian salad for entree, my all time favourtie Pepper Steak for main with the most subtle horseradish cream, leafy greens and wonderful baked potato cube. But the best was last... the lightest lemongrass pannecotte with fresh berries and lychees. Beautiful food and a day out with a lovely friend.... spoilt rotten.
Last weekend I spent the weekend with my lovely sister Lee. Part of my Christmas present from Lee was a one day workshop with one of my favourite artists Sarah Gabriel at the St. Agnes Homestead in Kyneton. Bliss.....make sure you click on the link to view her drawings and paintings...just beautiful and the most wonderful teacher. It was so nice to do the workshop with my sister Lee.
Lee and her husband have just bought a little house in Trentham (close to Kyneton) where we stayed, so prior to the workshop we visited some lovely shops, galleries and eateries close by. We had some lovely sister time. Pop on the link above to see some of Sarah's gorgeous art and then over to Lee's blog to see some photos of the homestead where we spent the day. Next post I will have some photos of the class to share (and maybe a snippet of our art).
WHEN I LET GO
OF WHAT I AM,
WHAT I MIGHT BE.
Enjoy your week.