Posts tagged: naive art

Marie’s Take on Hindley Street A Winner.

It’s known as Adelaide’s seedy strip, but renowned naïve artist Marie Jonsson-Harrison has captured Hindley Street in a whole new light – as a colourful, eccentric streetscape – and her images are to be taken to the world on a new range of contemporary bed linen. The naïve artwork has been reproduced on the Art’N’Bed […]

women’s artistic works inspire

We women need to learn how to buy things for ourselves rather than always buy gifts for others. I mentioned this thought when I opened the latest exhibition at the Burra Regional Art Gallery which was filled with exquisite women’s artworks. There were 15 women artists exhibiting in Parallel 1930, which exuded a strong theme […]

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