Winter walks around my local headlands found me consumed by our pacific’s various and changing hues. The white and greys as the subdued winter sun […]
My ode to Catriona McKenzie’s film Satellite Boy, the film really moved my son and me, its fabulous sound track has been on high rotation. […]
The wonderful greens of chrysoprase combined with shakudo (black) and pure gold or silver embossed with textures from Kimberley landscape drawings–courtesy of Ben Foley.
Originally inspired by the folded red quartzite rock faces of the MacDonnell Ranges in Central Australia.
These folded bits of silver and gold were inspired by shide seen at temples during our recent visit to Japan. Shide are sheets of white […]
We have been star gazing lately. Missing the bright stars of the outback but on a clear night we find some lovely bright bodies out […]
We have such lovely flora in South East Queensland. Picking up leaves at the beach is a favourite pastime. Leaves make particularly good sandcastle adornments.
A lovely man dropped in to have the gold he had found melted into bars. What fun!
While playing on the beach one cool, overcast evening, building sand castles and digging holes, Morris, then aged 20 months, picked up a dried vine […]
Made in Alice while living on Larapinta Drive, these architectural pieces laid out reminded us of our maps of the Larapinta Trail. We did not […]
A series of silver box rings, one for each letter of the English alphabet. I’ve been told I was nuts to make these, but I […]
Fabulously eye catching, these rings are great fun. The are pieced together like a box thus hollow and light enough for everyday wear.
I love windows and the seemingly infinite variety in their shapes and forms. They are something I need. I can’t live without light and would […]
These treasures bring to mind all the tasty little treats cooked in the larger cast iron version. Poffertjes, peach blossoms, gem scones.