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Thursday, November 18, 2010

How extremely exciting!


Narelle Badalassi, a fantastic artist from Tasmania, has just sent me copies of the linocuts of Australian birds she did, based on some of my photos.

The exhibition is on at the Salamanca Arts Centre in Hobart at the moment, so if you're there make sure you don't miss it!

I find it extremely exciting to see my photos turn into great artwork and am so glad that Narelle chose to use them as inspiration...

Check out her blog to see all the awesome stuff she's been working on!

And these are some posts which show the progress of the work on the linocuts: click, click, click, click and click.
above: Forest Raven by Narelle Badalassi © 2010, linocut
above: Little Wattlebird by Narelle Badalassi © 2010, linocut
above: Scarlet Robin by Narelle Badalassi © 2010, linocut
above: Tasmanian Native-hen by Narelle Badalassi © 2010, linocut
above: Masked Lapwing by Narelle Badalassi © 2010, linocut
above: Superb Blue Wren by Narelle Badalassi © 2010, linocut

And this, of course, is a collage of my photos...
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