Monday, January 11, 2021

The ice-cream of the crop

Hi, hope you're going well and having a nice start to the year. It was 37 degrees today, so it was the perfect day to be sculpting a melted ice-cream!


Photo credits- Emmy Clifton

In other ice-cream related news, this week I'm hosting three kids drawing workshops at the National Gallery of Victoria!

The workshops are all about drawing funny flavoured ice-creams, like pumpkin popsicles or a cabbage flavoured ice-cream for a snail!

Come say hello and make some drawings with me at the NGV anytime from 11am to 2pm this Tuesday January 12th, Wednesday January 13th and Thursday January 14th.

The events are free but booking's required. For more info, and to book in, please click here!

And in other news, here's a new online kids tutorial I made last week with Tweed Regional Gallery, all about how to make a ceramic crayon. The video coincides with my current solo exhibition at Tweed Regional Gallery called Planes, Trains and Bubble'O Bills, which is on now until March 14th.

Thanks so much for reading, hope the rest of your week goes as well as popsicle!
Image credits- Emmy Clifton

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