Straits talking: A visit to Kubin
Anthony at the helm
The wet season was almost at an end, the tropical air still heavy, the sun shone powerfully above us as we stood on the small jetty on Badu Island. We had arranged to meet ANTHONY MURPHY who was to pick us up in his tinny and take us on the 30 minute trip to Moa Island to visit Ngalmun Lagau Minaral Art Centre in Kubin. We could see a small tinny heading towards us, its Read more …
The master printer
Master printer THEO TREMBLAY talks about his role in the development of printmaking in North Queensland.
As the rain hammers down on the streets and buildings of tropical Cairns it is once again time to visit master printer THEO TREMBLAY in his print workshop Editions Tremblay NFP (no fixed press) located within Canopy Artspace.
A certain harvest, reflecting Dennis Nona
The River Cam flows gently through our little village. The ancient houses huddled around it as if for a secure purpose. In the days when ANDREA and I lived here it was still, more or less, a village in the traditional sense. The tiny village shop, the residents who only travelled into the nearest town on special occasions and had never made the journey to London, an hour’s train trip to the south.
There was the walk across the fields to Read more …