TonyCrehan

Hobart, Australia

Currently working with independent schools in Tasmania / All work in this portfolio is © tony crehan / These materials (images and poems)...

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*MY WORK HAS BEEN NOMINATED FOR SoJie 25!*

MY WORK HAS BEEN NOMINATED FOR SoJie 25!


Courtyard Colonnade
by TonyCrehan

 
 


   Join me at the Juried Invitational Exhibition…
 

I am very excited to have my art selected, from over 74000 works of art, to exhibit in SoJie 25. SoJie 25 takes its name from the first letters of Solo’s Juried Invitational Exhibition. This month is only the 25th one, ever, and 60 other artists, besides myself, are represented.

Winners of the invitational will be announced on October 30th, when a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place will be awarded in three categories: digital art, photography, and traditional art.

Non members, as well as members, ARE welcome to view all of the work nominated. So I hope that you will click the show banner, above, and follow the link to view my fellow exhibitors. The works are shown “galle

First Commercial Sale

I am excited to have just concluded my first commercial sale of photography.

A package of 6 images has been sold for tourism promotion use under a non-exclusive licence. I am very pleased with the fee and associated publicity.

This would not have been possible without the confidence gained from feedback from fellow artists on redbubble so I wanted to share my good news story with rb friends, say thank you and let others know that opportunities are out there.

Tony:)

Thanks to Peter FizSimons re Miracle At The Gap

Grateful acknowledgement to great Aussie journalist and author, Peter Fitzsimons, for his generous permission to use his title “Miracle At The Gap” for my poem recently posted on redbubble under the previous title of “The Lives and Deaths of Nellie Bishop”

I always knew he was a good bloke!

Vale John, Paul and Gary

RIP journalist Paul Lockyer, great photographer and camera operator John Bean and helicopter pilot Gary Ticehurst who spent much of their lives focussing on rural and outback Australia, most recently on the wonderous coming to life of the plant, animal and bird population of the Lake Eyre region in flood times.

Tragically killed in an ABC helicopter crash near Lake Eyre last night.


Lake Eyre – Aerial View
by TonyCrehan

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