Sunday, 22 July 2007

Clown costume for circus workshop

I’m preparing a circus workshop at the moment. Workshops are always more work than you had expected, but they’re also fun to do. This is me disguised as clown :)

Eloise O'Hare disguised as clown

Eloise O'Hare disguised as clown

Wednesday, 18 July 2007

Claire Freer the artist

I popped down to the Goldsmiths’ Building a couple of days ago to see the work of my friend Claire Freer. The show was called Playing in a Mindfield and Claire’s work reflected the feeling of London (lots of, steel, electric wire and plastic) and Oz (a kangaroo).

Claire Freer's art
The skyline of London behind her art work of steel kangaroo's

A kangaroo made by Claire Freer
The people are joining in the conversations that the kangaroo sculptures are having.

More art by Claire Freer
Scrap plastic pieces creating a building development landscape.

Eloise O'Hare, Claire Freer and Paola Talbert
Paola Jeanette Talbert a brilliant photographer, turned up from Australia to see Claire's final MA exhibition standing on the right.Claire freer is in the middle and I am on the left in my hand painted dress.

Monday, 9 July 2007

Chicken eater painting

Would you eat a chicken if it still had its feathers on?

I am happy to say after decades of people giving up there time to protest against the cruelty of battery hens, there is finally new laws that will eliminate battery farms and create free range farms and most people tend to pay a bit more for a free range egg.

The cruelty of other animals around the world is still there like ducks, pigs, dogs, cats, minks, etc.

This need a lot of cash to change the laws and thinking on a global scale.

So I would like to sell this painting get these changes happening on a global scale.


Sunday, 1 July 2007

Smoke her, painting

I thought this would be a nice topical picture for today…

The painting is for all the people who enjoy smoking. Our need to smoke all stems from
    the days when we use to sit round an out door open fire and completely get smoked out
       when the wind changes and blows in your face.  

This painting is for sale and the cash from
     the painting would go towards growing vegetables on tobacco plantations instead of tobacco.                This would reduce the famines in country's where they grow tobacco.
                                   Price: £5689,000,000,001