How Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the most Popular Woman on the Internet Dissenting of course carries her tote bag of dissent .... and there's more in this Blog, yes more, about the iconic RBG if you Search or check 'Related' at the bottom of this post. Enjoy!
I have a few vintage canvas portraits now and mentioned a couple here and here. Nothing beats the one-off originality of these old oils. Simple handmade artworks. Usually shabby and tattered from age and wear. I'm lured to them, not so much for their age and character, or the drab hues and muted tones of the old... Continue Reading →
Hunting and gathering one day up around where I grew up not far from Leasingham, I found this oil on canvas in a little store in Mintaro. Historic and quaint is the little village of Mintaro nestled between Clare, Burra and Watervale. It is also home to the English Georgian mansion Martindale Hall used as... Continue Reading →
What is it about these old portraits? Why do I have to have? Yesterday my day was good when out and about in Port Adelaide I stumbled across this charming character filled portrait in oil on canvas, a true vintage find. I have very few of these original vintage art works and when I find one... Continue Reading →