my very own little rainforest miniature
A couple of weeks have passed since my last entry and I have been meaning (the whole while) to jump on and write a post...but time has not permitted.
The study continues and from today must be amped up into over-drive as I intend to have all of my assignments completed by May 6: *go go go!!*. By reaching this target it means that I will have a full 2 week period to work on my business plan prior to submission.
I have just completed (yesterday) a job working in the textile department at the ANU School of Art helping to set up a tapestry exhibition. I had the pleasure of opening, organising and cataloging 166 works from tapestry artists right the way around the world. The submissions had come from all over - Australia, Latvia, Peru, Argentina, Japan, Germany, France, the UK, various parts of America...just to name a few. Every day was like Christmas!! It was a wonderful job. The exhibition is now completely hung, catalogued and ready for viewing. It will open to the public tomorrow and be on show for about a month.
I wanted to share with you my latest companion. He's a little rainforest miniature created by Russell Grace. I picked him up at the Old Bus Depot Markets on Sunday. He is currently living on my desk next to my computer and keeping me company while I work on my assignments.
Posted by Amy Kerr-Menz at 3:23 PM