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August 2021

Sitting in vigil is a hard blessing. It is not without struggle, to find the discipline to be present in the moment and to the moment; not distracted by thoughts, roiling emotions and ordinary distractions. Relinquishing any impulse for control. Waiting, waiting, while time stands still and flows away all at once. Waiting for a loved one to transition – holding their hand until

Whether we use pencil, ink, paint or thread, artists are mark makers. In plying our craft, we leave marks – on cloth, on paper, on canvas, on spaces, on the world around us and in the minds of people who view our work. While the variety of ways that artists make marks is endlessly fascinating, the reasons are even more so. In

I’ve been quietly observing the responses to Melbourne’s fourth lockdown. And while many people will be unhappy at the constraints it has imposed and some of the additional challenges that accompany it, they will actually be fine after it is all over, if a little scratched around the edges.  I have also been observing the different levels of support that have been

Autumn is my favourite time of year. It invites and challenges us with its contradictory nature, being of both abundant harvest and the harbinger of turning inwards. As the heat of summer dissipates, yet still leaves a lingering but slowly fading glow; the touch of winter emerges, shy at first, but increasingly confident as the season progresses. The cold draws things in