One day at a time in lockdown 8 – reducing information on COVID19

There is so much news about COVID19. For the past few weeks, I have spent time reading about the disease - daily updates in Australia and the world, medical reports on the coronavirus, how to stay safe, etc. The works - there is so much information and it has consumed me, panicked me, kept me … Continue reading One day at a time in lockdown 8 – reducing information on COVID19

One day at a time in lockdown 4

View from Green Point looking towards Melbourne city. A page from my sketchbook, the citrus tart on the top left corner was sketch a week prior. A sketch of the view from Green Point occupied the rest of the spread. I went plein-air painting last Saturday at Green Point in Brighton. It’s a lovely green … Continue reading One day at a time in lockdown 4

One day at a time in lockdown 2

How quickly things have changed . 3 weeks ago, I was in the city and life went on as “normal” - people were doing what they normally do. I went to Royal Arcade, and while I was sipping hot chocolate at Koko Black, I sketched this scene below. People in Block Arcade - passing through, … Continue reading One day at a time in lockdown 2