Wednesday, October 31, 2012

can you give me my little skull?

Charles...............

In the words of Ricardo Dakota and his philosophies on life and the spirit, these words come to mind....



'It's so hard to ween yourself off thinking, but when the special exam comes you will not need any of this, not even your skull. Of course the exam, what is this exam? The nuts and bolts of this exam are a mystery, but the answer is the same regardless of the test, or the type of test or the questions we face.  There are so many extensive examinations of how this process works,but it all comes to this.....our bodies and our bones will be occupied by the hollow men, and that the true exam will reveal its disguise when we are ready to open the door to the spirit's sweet knowledge and experience of life .'

...............Knock Knock............

trick-or-treat 


or 
as they say in Spanish

¿me da mi calaverita? 

"can you give me my little skull?"




Saturday, October 27, 2012

Tropical Kitch





Another Roadside Attraction
Judith Taylor and Michael Winer 
A journey through a life-sized Wonderland of retro, kitsch and memorabilia.
20 October to 24 November 2012
KickArts


Thursday, October 25, 2012

Agathis robusta


Charlie

Smooth-barked Kauri at Lake Barrine, soaking up the stillness. These two beauties remind me of William Robinson landscape paintings with their bizarre sensation of vertigo, yes of falling up into the sky.

Friday, October 12, 2012

25TRAINS

25th September to 17th November
KickArts Contemporary Arts, Cairns

Charles..........
This is an awesome, intriguing and delightful exhibition that wonderfully maps the DNA of art through a process of playful collaboration and informed guidance, a real treasure for artists and art educators.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Runoff 2012

Sarah Pirrie, Runoff 2012 at 24 Hr Art.
Charles.................

Check out this totally stunning exhibition by Darwin based artist Sarah Pirrie, Runoff 2012 at 24 Hr Art. I was a bit late getting a peak at this installation, but Sara's blog captures superbly the wonderfully intricate and delicate nature of the work and the ideas they provoke.