she says she wants to make a sculpture of this
but not even she would know why
a year of envelopes returns after a stint of disorganisationedness.
thanks to the summer holidays we are back on track.
In the meantime, i put a book online with Blurb, of my favourite envelope cartoons, so if you want a copy of “A Year of Envelopes, artist’s faves”, you can buy it here:
This envelope has been brought to you by me.
I don’t know why this photo is so small or why I keep running out of socks when I have so many that they can’t fit in the drawer.
Here’s how those envelopes looked at D11.
It seems that the wall had been waiting for them all along.
Thanks to Bekka Hannah – curator
and her assistant Daniel Garret who painstakingly installed them in my absence.
You did a good job bro
D11 Gallery can be found here:
this envelope has been brought to you by a dream which you will hopefully wake up from
this envelope has been brought to you by me
curator Bek Hannah is showing a swathe of the original works from my blogging cartoon series, ‘A year of envelopes’, which I write under my maiden name – Debbie Harman.
Opening Saturday July 5th 5-8pm at D11 Gallery, Docklands drive. docklands, Melbourne
My deepest apologies for not being there on the night, I will be somewhere immensely colder, but thinking of you all.
this envelope has been brought to you by lots of love
two free range guinea pigs
and a sleeping dog and cat
oh look at all of this mess.
this envelope is brought to you by ongoing lists and messybritches
This envelope has been brought to you by evil cat