Thank you ...

to the buyers of floral, Winnetou, and bird photography mugs, stickers, t-shirts and tote bags, going to Germany, France, US of A, and Australia in November. I hope tasmanianartist’s artistic endeavours give as much joy to the recipients of the items as creating the art gave to us.

Cheers, Marlies and David.

David's Bird Photography

As with my wife’s floral designs, I cannot reply to the lovely comments left by other bird enthusiasts at the moment, because of the system problems. Thank you for all the uplifting words to my bird photography. The trip to the top end of Australia was superb, and I took home a large bag of booty in the shape of memory cards full of bird photos (and a few crokodile snaps).

Thank you for the lovely comment to my Straw-necked Ibis, Bunny.

Cheers -David.


…RB stumbleblocks – since I am unable to thank you nice people personally when you place such lovely comments to my art in ‘comments’, to which I can’t reply at present, due to gremlins out of control @ RB, the journal posts will have to do.…

Glad you like my ‘Spathiphyllum’ design, Bunny. The plant has one single bloom on a very long stem and at low light, it ‘hangs’ in midair like a hovering spectre; I very much like its abstractness (there’s probably no such word, but there should be).

I’ll try to upload some more – yesterday, I got chucked off the system in mid-upload, prompted to log in again … sigh

The current system hickupses point to a future with hopefully the most sophisticated, userfriendly, trendsetting website in cyberspace when the caterpillar morphs into the butterfly. I am

Thank you ...

for all the lovely comments to my and my photographer husband’s recent uploads. I have had diabolical trouble on RB with searches, and now with replying to comments – the ‘reply’ is non-existent at the moment, and so I am saying ‘thank you for your uplifting comments’ here in the journal.

Thank you so much.


Foulard Junkie's Canvas

I’ve always been a dedicated follower of fashion – my own – with variable results over the decades. But there’s one item that’s always been a part of my wardrobe: a foulard, or shawl, or Tuch, or scarf. They came and went – favorites for a few days, then a new one took its place. The color was great, but the tassels … hm … the weave was wonderfully soft, but the dull grey … hm … if only there were a cost effective, quick way of designing my own, and have it in a fabric that would take a bit of wear, and also be of the enormous size I really love … and then Redbubble had the inspired spark of genius to introduce the 1.4 × 1.4 metre Tuch. Yesss! I’m well on my way to filling my Redbubble account with 30,000 foulards. This is what I mean: – 2-D fractals in fantastic colours, strewn across t…

Thank you

to the buyer of a T-shirt ‘Tazzie Tales of Quolls and Foxes’, featuring the gorgeous spotted-tailed quoll on the front. I hope you will have as much pleasure wearing it as I had creating the painting.

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