melbourne love


I love living in Melbourne. I grew up in a small country town with a population around 4,000. As a creative person it wasn't always the best, resources, inspiration and like minded people were quite limited. Don't get me wrong, I love were I grew up for so many reasons, the fresh air, the closeness to nature, the friendliest, most down to earth people. My parents still live there and I love to visit but when it comes to such creative goodness as the lot listed below, I'm reminded how grateful and how full of love I am for Melbourne.

Be quick finishing tomorrow... Catherine Campbell, Mel Stringer, Eveline Tarunadjaja and Andrea Innocent - A to Z at Brunswick Bound 361 Sydney Road, Brunswick.

Now - 7th November, Ghostpatrol & Miso - Nesting and Dying at Metro 5, 1214 High Street, Armadale.

Opening tonight - 16th November, Leah Bartholomew - Where the Dry Leaves Fall at Gorker Gallery, 395 Gore Street, Fitzroy.

Opening 6th - 29th November, Kat Macleod -
The Tiniest Spark at Lamington Drive, 89 George Street, Fitzroy.

Congratulations to both Leah and Kat on their debut solo exhibitions.

4 comments:

becka said...

Wow, I have just gotten lost in all these fabulous links! Melbourne just seems like some kind of magical arts and craft wonderland to me. I definitely need to come back and visit once we return home!

My Charlie Girl said...

i so hear you! Melbourne is great. i come from a small country town too and i dont think i could ever move back. another great exhibition next friday is no comply at no vacancy :) xxx

Esti said...

Melbourne sounds so lively and creative from your words and those exhibits!!
Lucky you!
Thanks for coming around my blog; i've enjoyed yours and your links a lot.

Poppy and Mei said...

Oh Melbourne...sigh...XXxx