Marika had her previous exhibition at Ootong & Lincoln if you remember. Now her latest work is on display at the Tradewinds Hotel restaurant.
Marika takes the chance to print her work on large scale, allowing the colour and graphic imagery to have its full impact on the viewer. The framed works have been lacquered, adding a brushstroke finish that (along with colour and composition) intentionally leaves the viewer wondering if they are looking at a painting or a photograph.
They’re looking for biodiversity and food productive verges in Fremantle and the surrounding suburbs. So out with the lawn and in with everything else.
- Waterwise natives
- Food production
- Aesthetically pleasing – making for a beautiful place in our community to walk along!
- Any creative ideas get bonus points
We can’t believe it’s festival time again and as usual lots of great stuff on and things to get excited about. It runs all day from the 26th of October 2014 until the end of the 9th of November. The regular favourites still feature like the Norfolk Lanes Youth Festival, it will be moving to the Youth Plaza this year and as usual we’ll be off to see the blessing of the fleet and fireworks.
Here’s some of our picks…
Last year there was a curry craze in Freo, this year we’ve seen a load of new pizza places open up, all of them pretty good. The latest is Crust, which is just out of Freo on South Street. We don’t often write about chain food places (mostly because there aren’t many) but Crust pizzas are something a bit different. We dropped by there just after it opened and tried out a Moroccan lamb pizza (delicious) and a black forest gateau pizza, which is even better than it sounds.
It’s Friday, the weekend is here, perfect timing as a new pop-up restaurant is serving up delicious American style bar food in North Freo.
This Little Piggy opened up shop last weekend in the Short Black Sheep, which is a café by day. We got there about 7:30pm last saturday night and we were greeted with big happy hellos and glass of wine and a beer. We scored the last three portions of wings, served with blue cheese (of course) and chipotle sauce. We also put away some delicious soft tacos with pulled pork and halloumi.
Have you heard? The Hidden Sound.
Buy a ticket to a mystery performance and the artist and location are only revealed at the last minute. Many 6160 hosted the first event last night and the lucky 100 ticket holders were treated to music in the basement of the old Myer building. How wonderfully cloak and dagger.
We love how Many 6160 is so much more than just a shop. The place has a creative feel about it, and it’s the perfect place for the Skillsmithery by Studio Bomba. On Sunday we went to Many to attend a Japanese Bookbinding workshop. Guided by no one less than the president of the WA Craft Bookbinders Guild Jo Shoobert, we learned everything about noble, hemp-leaf and tortoise shell style binding.