20 July 2015
18 July 2015
The sea spits out many a piece of flotsam and jetsam. Remnants of others’ stories.
Nothing but rubbish really.
Or is it something? Something that has the potential to become a beautiful thing, things that are woven from the sea’s casts off.
And how do they come to be?
What eye sees them, what hand picks them up.
Who possesses the sharp mind that can see the potential of this salty detritus?
Judy O’Sullivan is that very person.
You can contact her on 0488 554 971 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
07 July 2015
Walking through the back streets of inner city Sydney, or for that matter any city,
even when it’s too hot, too cold, too wet, too late, or too early, will result in a discovery or two
that will bring delightful.
The street is full of spontaneous art.
Raise a pink lantern was found in a small parking spot come back yard one late afternoon.
Clearly they were evidence of a celebration from the night before…these lanterns stayed firm to their role
of supplying a sense of event, joy, fun.Best thing I can say is…Look, look and look some more all around you, all the time.