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Money Savers – Paint Tubes

To save or use the very last skerrick of paint, try the following hints: The tips for metal tubes below are really only suitable for adults to perform. ACRYLIC PAINT – When a tube of acrylic paint is finished there are two solutions. If it is a soft plastic tube then squeeze some air out…
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Published: 27-01-2021

A Peek at My New Studio

Visitors have always been welcome to my studio either by appointment or on published Open Studio Days.  Everyone loved the great she-shed I used to have in the back yard! It was beautifully nestled under towering trees and just behind the cottage garden that my husband had created. There was enough room for me to…
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Published: 18-01-2021

Happy New Year – NEW BEGINNINGS

HAPPY 2021!! The past weeks since I last blogged seemed to have sped by. Time with family and friends over the Christmas and New Year have been wonderful. I love the whole season, the shopping, the gift giving, the food preparations, the partying and celebrations, and just being together. I hope your Christmas holidays were…
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Published: 14-01-2021

Care of Your New Artwork

Storage, Transportation, Handling, and Hanging Tips I’ve added some easy tips for hanging new artworks below. They’re probably handy also if your moving as there are some useful packaging tips. Hope these few tips help with your new art piece, and a well-loved piece. Always store and transport framed works with art on paper UP-RIGHT…
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Published: 27-11-2020

A Day at the Botanica Exhibition

Yesterday was my duty day at the Arts Connect Inc members’ exhibition at Mary Cairncross Reserve in Maleny. My husband Greg shared the responsibilities with me. We met so many lovely visitors, some locals, others were travelers, and some were re-visiting with different friends which is a great compliment to the quality of the exhibition….
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Published: 18-11-2020
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