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A SELECTION FROM MY RECENT PAINTINGS

Acrylic/collage on board 89x39cm $620

Acrylic on board 89x60cm $1,600

Acrylic on board 89x60cm $1,600

Acrylic/collage on board 89x60cm $1,600

Acrylic/collage on board 90x90cm $2,400

Acrylic/collage on board 90x90cm $2,400

Acrylic on board 120x120cm $3,200

A SELECTION FROM MY PRINT COLLECTION

LIMITED EDITION PRINT 1/10 archival print image size: 468x650mm / paper size: 608x790mm $750 framed / $400 unframed

Limited Edition Archival Print 1/50 Image size: 500x360mm / Paper size 570x360mm Framed $525 / Unframed $300

Veiled

Open Edition Archival Print Image size: 500x360mm / Paper size 570x 60mm $475 framed / $250 unframed

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DON’T MISS OUT

These two beauties are going to a new home in Victoria, Australia thanks to Etsy. But you don’t need to miss out. My full range of archival wildflower and landscape prints are on show and for sale at my Open Studio starting on 8th September. Also available, landscape paintings and contemporary art prints.

Bud – that moment when the flower is about to burst.
Available on etsy now.

Dessert Pea

Starts Dessert Pea – one of nature’s curiosities.  available on etsy now.

My daughter, Eve Wolfe, a successful emerging artist will also be showing her miniature sculptures along with her tonal drawings.

We will be providing you with a bit of fun and laughter along the way, and maybe even some wonderment as you make your way up our very own little art trail leading to our hilltop studio.

When you have finished why not pop around next door to Charlene O’Brien’s studio to see her eco clothing and couture.

In all there are 24 studios open to the public.

KEEP THE DATES:
The Armadale Hills Open Studio Arts Trail
September 8-10, 15-17, 22-24
10am to 4pm

Check this link for the downloadable map with addresses and information about each studio: http://www.armadalehillsartstrail.com/

It should also be available from Armadale Visitors Centre.

 © artwork by Lorraine Corker : all rights reserved

WHEN THE FAMILY TREE

BECOMES A FOREST

This work is all about being part of a large family.  We do not have a family tree but a forest.  The forest is populated by the members of my family.  With the ‘big boys’, (I still call them that), just behind me.  And the younger members of the family forming the tree trunks behind them.  Not forgetting mum and dad, who are in there too.

Perhaps at this stage I should do a roll call in order of age.  I have to say I always feel a huge sense of pride when I do this.  They are:  Ken, Eric, Billy, David, Kevin, Ged, Henry and then came the girls: Malvina, Lorretta, Lorraine (me), Rebecca and to finish it all, the baby of the family, Sam.

The face in the foreground is of me when I left home to go to art college and began a new life.  The image shows how I am remained connected to my family through the family roots.

© artwork by Lorraine Corker : all rights reserved

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