We sold a number of the larger works, and smaller ones too.
The Melbourne audience was needless to say, very sophisticated!!
First the windows…..
We inflicted a question and answer session on the guests Johnny Messum sitting on my right
Paul Sumner of ‘Mossgreen’, engaging with a sculpture.
‘Mossgreen’ at Barcom (Paddington) Sydney opened on the 15th April closes 30th. (I think)
The show then moved onto Sydney, a great city, I thought it was Manhatten meets Brighton meets Poole!
The show is still on, and we’ve again made significant sales, large and small…with enquiries for scaling work up as well. All quite overwhelming.
The show was in a larger more warehousy space..
We also had some media coverage, click on the link for a Q&A with The ‘Art Collector’ magazine
I saw this on google too…
Did a bit of touring, Sydney art school was fascinating, its housed in an old 19th century Panoptekan (sic) prison…
The Oceon pounds the city all very exhilerating..I will hopefully be showing in ‘Sculpture by the Sea’ on the cliffs overlooking the ocean this Autumn.
Best of all….. Instead of feral pigeons, you there were feral IBIS!!!!
Next week back in the studio, to see whats survived…..and maybe a few examples of my favourite bits of Aboriginal art!!!
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