I’ve been meaning to post this linocut for a while. It seems to sum up summer holidays. It’s hard to stay in the studio when our beautiful garden echoes with birdsong. We are trimming grapevines, watering the pot plants and waiting for the fruit to ripen. Our neighbours share their fresh cucumbers.
The design on this old cabinet door, found in hard rubbish, was used as reference for a linocut when Meredith and Sandra visited the studio for a linocut print day. Swipe to see a couple of photos of them at work.
16 days into 2019 and stocks are running low on my calendars. If you are quick, they can still be found in my webshop [link in bio], at @campbellstreetemporium in Yarragon, at @creative_harvest2019 garden #3 where I’ll be this weekend. Or at my Warragul Arts Market stall this Saturday morning.... image: rooster mono print from the January page.
Homestead Slaughterhouse, linocut . This well proportioned building still stands in the town of Trafalgar in West Gippsland. The linocut is available on my website [link in bio], at my market stall at Warragul Arts Market and in Yarragon @campbellstreetemporium
One of the best things about designing stuff for Rachel & Bill is that I get to drink the milk... the second best thing is that it comes in glass bottles that I wash and send back to them... #Repost@butterflyfactory_gippsland ・・・ 2019 is off and running! After a lovely break, it’s time to go back to work. A brief look back reveals a year of production is already behind us. Thank you for making this so! To bring this velvet textured Fleckvieh milk to market in glass bottles has meant a lot to us. With your ongoing support, we
Bush stairway to heaven
Printing orange birdies with a studio tour group who popped in with @intothecountrytours this afternoon.
Tied bunch of dried daffodil stalks that blew into the driveway in yesterday’s big wind
Window, Farm building at Tarwin Lower. The place needs a bit of work but that only adds to the attraction for me. There is a snake in the greenhouse, a tyre swing needing mending, and leggy old geraniums clinging to life in what’s left of the kitchen garden.
A collage made from my own linocut prints. This is a detail of the work in progress, with the finished piece being quite large, almost A1. It’s destined for the local Ficifolia Art Show coming up next month.
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Helen Timbury Design
Graphic Design, Illustration & Printmaking
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