Reconciliation Week

Greetings Fellow Inhabitants With unintended irony and also distress, I write during Reconciliation Week in Australia (27th May – 3rd June) as the USA tears itself apart. By the time you receive this week’s diary Reconciliation Week  will have passed however, it is appropriate that Gallery One acknowledges this national celebration of Australia’s First People. […]

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Autumn is my favourite Adelaide season

Greetings Gardenians For perhaps the most wondrous works of art are collaborations between gardeners & nature or when nature wings it, exquisitely alone. Artists are inherently connected to nature – the very tools of art derive from the earth and plants: dyes, stains, colours, textures, brush, pencil. Weavers, painters, embroiderers, carpet makers all embrace nature’s […]

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The Art of Assemblage

Greetings Planetarians, Our thoughts this week centre on The USA and their unfortunate circumstances. (hand on heart, I will not mention politics) Front line workers world over face a terrible situation and have shown courage and tenacity, humanity and professionalism throughout this crisis. Currently, those workers in New York seem especially burdened and need our […]

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Limericks Approach and Limericks Competition

Greetings Gallerians This week A friend and I came to the woeful realisation that we are afflicted with a severe case of the now common, Mush-Brain. To alleviate symptoms, we have taken to composing and sending each other limericks – well, about any/everything. While I will not go so far as to suggest limericks approach […]

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Greetings Earthlings

Week 5 – Diary, an anchor during the day This week, shall we talk about diaries? We live in important historic times: everything is different now. Once, I heard my grandparents mention Spanish Flu but they never spoke of it in detail, described what it was like, who died, who was ill, how much information […]

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Glorious Autumn Weather

Greetings All – Week 4 First, a complaint Such glorious autumn weather. It’s simply too hard to believe in COVID19 when the sky is blue, the clouds wisp and the wind soughs and plays along with the birds through the trees.  Our surrounds ought to be objectively correlative (I did 3 years of university to […]

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