The Weekly Wrap

This week artists were busy organising group exhibitions, planning meet ups, collaborating on projects and sharing works in progress. As always, there’s loads of inspiration in the list below so grab a refreshing beverage, pull up a chair and feast your eyes on some of the action we’ve spotted this week.

Works by Gabby Malpas and Kerry Thompson

  1. Gabby Malpas and Kerry Thompson are exhibiting work together in Gorton, NSW
  2. Lisa Rhodes, Roz McQuillan and Roberto Duran are planning a group exhibition in Sydney
  3. Randi Antonsen painted a portrait of Jay Taylor’s daughter Gracie
  4. The True Colors of Asia group’s featured gallery got some well deserved attention

Featured works from the True Colors of Asia group

  1. John Robb visited exhibitions by Kaitlin Beckett and Jessica Andrews
  2. The Museum on Digital Fine Art featured a number of RedBubble artists
  3. Sid Graves is taking part in a Zombie Art event in Tampa this Saturday
  4. BarbBarcikKeith gave us a detailed look at the process behind a recent work

Works by BarbBarcikKeith

  1. Bonnie Hanlon’s work will be on display at the Pigment Gallery in Melbourne
  2. Alateia is keen to meet up with photographers in Florence
  3. Kimberly Daigle is turning a shop window in Cape Cod, MA into a studio for a day
  4. Pamela Jayne Smith and Trudi’s Images worked on a collaboration

Works by Pamela Jayne Smith and Trudi’s Images

  1. Jack McCabe reflected on the passing of Cy Twombly
  2. Katarna Silva featured a great article about karmym on her blog
  3. Lynnette Shelley shared a work in progress showing the development of a tattoo design
  4. Lisa Furze showed us how she created a recent digital painting

Works by Lisa Furze

Congratulations to the artists above. Each week we feature a small selection of news and achievements we’ve spotted in your journals during the week but we’d really like this to serve as an intro to your own news. What was the highlight of your week? Have you got any creative projects planned for the coming week?