Michèle and Dorothée Heibel’s art

Drove 2.5 hours to Cessnock. Great going over the Harbour Bridge, the gorgeous stretch with Spectacle island and Dangar island on the Hawkesbury.  The dried trees, like upright witches’ brooms and the canopies of eucaplyptus trees breaking like waves over the heat below. It was so hot. Saw a kangaroo resting in the grass when I went for a walk near a service station.

The exhibition was excellent, really blew us away as we walked in, so vibrant. I knew Michèle Heibel from when we worked at ACP for the Packers, around 1995. A couple of other friends from those days had turned up too, Ashlea and Fi, and thanks to Facebook, we’d all been in touch again.

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art exhibition

Boogie by Moonlight

Until March 23, Kerrie Lowe Gallery exhibition, 49 King St Newtown.

Nine artists celebrate Mardi Gras in clay, paint, jewellery, assemblage, photography, feathers, buttons and beads.

Fave bits: Emily Valentine’s minor birds bra and Kay Allibrand’s Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. Amazing.