11am – 4pm
11am – 4pm
Late to Bloom
You are invited…
Help Robyn celebrate the release of her book,
“101 Strategies for True Health and Empowerment”
at Blarney Books & Art on Sunday, 31 May at 5.00 pm.
Come join us for drinks and nibbles.
Entertainment by Sheree Duncan and Chris Morris.
Robyn will be sharing some of the insights and background about the book
followed by book signing.
A great opportunity to connect with like-minded people and practitioners
“This compilation of self-help strategies invites you on an authentic journey towards an expanded consciousness, helping you find within yourself the power to heal and knowledge of your true self. An empowering book for these times.”
You can read the first chapter for yourself on:
You can book online via Eventbrite.
Thanks to the incredible work and genius of Bluestone Magazine, we are able to offer you this exciting news! Helen Garner is one of Australia’s favourite writers, with a long list of cherished titles, beginning way back in the ’70s with Monkey Grip! I’d suggest you get in quickly and contact Bluestone if you want a ticket – they’re limited, and are selling fast! (Click on the image below to see the invitation clearly.)
Jill says it herself, she loves a window. Even more than a door. She finds the suggestion windows give of looking through (out or in) reveal even more than simply the practical view – a desire to place yourself somewhere else, a curiosity about your surroundings, an imagining that is transportative, a meditation on life itself …
And with this in mind, in Across the Salty Seas, Jill has indeed produced some very meditative pieces. They can soothe the soul with their peace, their warmth and the feeling of calm that comes from them. As if you’re gazing at the ocean on a mild day.
Jill has pulled together an exhibition made of the fragments of her past and her present. As a photographer first, she has taken and gathered beautiful images from her ancestral country, Ireland, and merged them with images from her current hometown, Port Fairy. Jill’s artwork also references an old text she found as an art student, Life of the Liberator by MF Cusack. Jill has trekked around Ireland and visited places of ancestral significance (Kilbrogan, Bandin, Derry) and plans to return there later in 2015 for more.
For all of those Australians who feel their Irish ancestry, and you know who you are, this exhibition is definitely for you. It will stir within you all those mixed up feelings, that nostalgia for other times, other (greener/older) worlds, that desire to retreat to a little stone cottage set upon a rugged clifftop.
On until the end of April. Come see.
11 June 2015
$20 incl Model &