A Love Affair of all things Fowl

The official opening of ‘A Love Affair of all things Fowl’ had a great turnout and the food and drinks were amazing.

This is an exhibition featuring chickens, chooks and roosters in memory of Nancy Barry, a sweet old chook and local icon.

The artworks have been created by members of The Journey Studio Art Group.

A huge thanks to Wild Saffron for hosting the exhibition and supplying the delicious food.

Meg Kym and Taryn

Wall of chooks

More chooks

Food

Meet the Maker Market

A productive morning at the ‘Meet the Maker’ market.

Thanks to the Clare Valley Wine, Food & Tourism Centre for asking me to come along to do some art with my Derivan Matisse inks.

It was a pleasure meeting everyone who came by for a chat.

Meg Demonstrating

Market Research … surely

While visiting Brisbane I thought it would be a good time to fit in some market research by attending a drinking and painting event.

I got to hang out with my awesome brother Raphael Sabu and we had a blast.

We were not very good at following the instructions though but it was still lots of fun.

Meg and Raph

Meg and Raph with our paintings

Experimentation Day with Fluid Acrylics

I’m sure by now you all know how much I love my artist acrylic inks by Derivan Matisse as they are vibrant, come in beautiful colours and are perfect for watercolour techniques.

Today I stepped out of my comfort zone and experimented with Matisse Fluid acrylic paint. It is a very liquid-like paint with loads of pigment. For parts of this painting I used the colour straight from the bottle and for other parts I used Matisse’s MM3 Surface Tension Breaker medium to make the paint even thinner. This enabled me to use it in a way I would my inks.

I had a lot of fun with this painting and I’m looking forward to more experiments with these wonderful paints.

Cyclops Owl

Birds and Beasts SALA Event

What a wonderful evening we had at the opening event of the Birds and Beasts exhibition.

Wild Saffron provided the best platter I have ever seen and Good Catholic Girl Wines provided their delicious wine.

I hope everybody enjoyed my artwork.

Thank you to everyone who came along making it such a fun night. Thanks to Stu from Blue Goanna Digital for the wonderful photos. Also, a huge thank you to Rob, my amazing husband and biggest supporter for giving the opening speech.

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Paint and Plonk at Wild Saffron 17th August 2018

The Journey Studio Paint and Plonk at Wild Saffron 17 Aug 2018Relax in the cafe and take a moment to look at the current exhibition for SALA by Meg Mader, while enjoying some delicious wine from Good Catholic Girl Wines and a cheese platter provided by Wild Saffron as you create with Derivan Matisse ink.

Paint and Plonk is a fun and relaxing way to spend your Friday night.

No artistic experience is necessary just a sense of fun!

Your ticket for $65 includes:

Where: Wild Saffron, 288 Main North Road, Clare South Australia
When: 17th August 2018
Time: 6.00pm-9.00pm

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