woodfired stoneware bottle 12 cm., Chester Nealie Gulgong, Australia
Floral forks, pigeons, and a bunch of weapons. Yep, I absolutely love the delicate/unconventional work of Australian ceramics artist Mel Robson. I want to use that gorgeous, flowery cutlery to eat my dinner, while I dine with that little army man – but no guns at the table please… or pigeons. soldier mel, mel robson, soldiers, ceram artist, robson ceramicsporcelainemaill, plate, artist mel, gun, bang bang
Quintessential Bird The Art of Betty Temple Watts TEMPLE WATTS, VIOLA
National Portrait Gallery, Canberra; NPG hosts the annual National Photographic Portrait Prize. Image here is the 2012 winning work by Rod McNicol, with a portrait of Jack Charles.
Bill Whiskey Tjapaltjarri, Ken McGregor
sophie munns: 'And the world became fruitful' 90 x 120 cm, pigmented ink and acrylic paint on linen