Do you frequent the most amazing gym in Shepparton? Maybe you've seen our stand at @fernwoodshepparton. Everything is handmade locally so why not pick up a quick gift for yourself or a friend after you've finished your workout. You deserve it!
Newly discovered blue smoke quartz! These crystals were recently found in a Colombian mine & contain microinclusions of lithium, giving a blue hue to the crystal with a smoke-like trail inside. 💙 $55 DM to purchase
195cm x 288cm
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Freddy Purla was born in 1968 in Darwin. The son of talented artist Barbara Weir, and grandson of the late Minnie Pwerle, Freddy Purla began painting in 1989 at Alice Springs. He was also the adopted nephew of the famous Emily Kame Kngwarreye. His work has sold to many collections in Germany, Amsterdam, Paris, Switzerland and New York.
Purla regularly visited Utopia with his family as a very young child, often staying for long periods before travelling to Alice springs or Adelaide. One of his first vivid memories as a child was of the strange looking creature, the Scorpion.
The Scorpion Dreaming has been passed down to Freddy by his grandmother’s family. As it’s sting is often very painful, the scorpion is left undisturbed and respected at all times. It is rarely seen during the day and only the desert sands display the signs of the scorpion’s track.
Purla’s paintings represent the courtship dance between the male and female scorpion. Each scorpion interlock their pincers together while traveling back and forth in what can only be described as a dance. After several hours and as much as 24 hours, the tracks that are left behind create an artwork in itself on the ground. The tracks which are criss-crossed over and over again are rare to find in the desert. Freddy's paintings powerfully represent the energy and vigour of the many movements made by the scorpions in their ritual desert dance.
Интерьер детской комнаты: его эстетичность и функциональность имеют огромное значение в развитии ребёнка. Личное пространство для каждого ребенка - это не просто часть квартиры, это целая вселенная, живущая по своим правилам. Поэтому, делая ремонт, при планировании детской так важно учитывать интересы ребёнка. Что мы и сделали в этом проекте!
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Come find some art for your walls. This is an original by long time local artist Joe Severson @sevomom
More attic finds set up in the new house. This piece of furniture was brought home my uncles over fifty years ago after they found it on the street in Corpus Christi. Looking pretty good for having spent two decades in my parents attic. I don’t know anything about the bronze idol, found it in the attic too. I assume it’s something my grandparents brought from Iran when they moved back to the States right before the revolution.