Just over a week ago five Melbourne participants of The 100 Day Project - hosted by Elle Luna and The Great Discontent - got together to display a selection of work in a group exhibition at Sun Moth - Canteen and Bar. If you've been checking-in with me here or on Instagram you'll know I was one of them. The opening night was a lot of fun with encouraging feedback for all of us. It was such a great way to end the project and celebrate what we'd achieved in 100 days. Big thanks to those who came, introduced yourself, purchased something and who were generally ace for braving a night out in winter.
The above photo roundup is thanks to Nani Puspasari @thefeminineworld who's work you can see, top left. I thought it'd be nice to share here too for those who couldn't make it.
Top left: Nani's beautiful black ink illustrations feature yellow thread details.
Top right: Clint Weaver's @pocketbeagles clever and witty painted found objects - the star of the night I reckon, including a lucky dip and lots of LOL's from viewers. Clint was also the mastermind behind the exhibition so a super thanks to Clint.
Middle left: Me! I displayed 25 pieces and as mentioned here 100% profits from those sold in the display will be donated to Kidney Health Australia. So far close to $500 has been raised!! All remaining available paintings form my project are listed in my Etsy store here.
Middle right: Framed in black are Barry Spencer's @speculatype detailed patterns which you really have to see in person or his Instagram - there're so good. Madeline's @madzncatz pretty paper cranes hung in the window.
Bottom left: Karolina Partyka's @karolina_partyka yummy food paintings. Sadly the foods featured are foods Karolina's intolerant too. An inspiring result of the project for Karolina is that she's reconnected with her creative side and is now pursuing life as an artist, more on her blog here.
Bottom right: More Clint and his fans!