The Colour of India

Have a look at breadtagsagas.com! Same blog more polished layout.

Home   about   contact   travel   food   books   art   the rest   galleries   navigation

Lambada Woman, Gramya, 2005
Lambadi Woman, Gramya, 2005

ORT_Logo   Breadtag Sagas ©: Author Tony, 23 March 2016


Introduction

Having just visited India in February/March 2016. I’m inspired again by the wonders of India, even though the NGOs I’m aware of despair at the the excesses of the current central government.

In mid-2010 the South Coast Pastel Society (New South Wales, Australia) got in touch with me because of a contact with PhotoAccess to help inspire their artists about India. The theme for their major exhibition of the year was on India or more specifically: works that reflect or respond to in some way, the culture, history, environment or art of India.

Continue reading “The Colour of India”

Marie Kondo, Tidying

Have a look at breadtagsagas.com! Same blog more polished layout.

Home   about   contact   travel   food   books   art   the rest   galleries   navigation

Marie Kondo Tidying Feature

ORT_Logo   Breadtag Sagas ©: Author Tony, 14 March 2016


Introduction

Marie Kondo The life-changing magic of tidying 2014.

2016 might be my year for getting excited over weird books. The Big Twitch in January and Gut in February are good examples.

I mentioned my normal views on self-help books in my discussion of Gut by Giulia Enders and how I lean towards Steve Salerno’s scathing indictment of the self-help movement.

Yet, here I am about to extol the virtues of another one and a really unusual one at that Japanese Marie Kondo’s The life-changing magic of tidying 2014.

Continue reading “Marie Kondo, Tidying”

Artists Exchange Portfolios 2003 & 2005

Have a look at breadtagsagas.com! Same blog more polished layout.

Home   about   contact   travel   food   books   art   the rest   galleries   navigation

Tony Stewart Untitled, 2005, 33 x 33 cm

ORT_Logo   Breadtag Sagas ©: Author Tony, 6 March 2016


Artists Exchange Portfolios ’23’ 2003 and ’33’ 2005

One exciting consequence of the Australian Art Collector 2003 article was an invitation by Rona Green to participate in an Artists Exchange Portfolio.

Continue reading “Artists Exchange Portfolios 2003 & 2005”