It's hard to believe that this time last week (on Thursday, July 7, to be more precise) I was in Sydney attending the Australian launch of the Winsor and Newton Pigment Markers, Promarkers and Brushmarkers at Jasco Headquarters.
The event also marked the debut of the Moth Women Vigilantes mini-zine, a substantial number of which were acquired by the company. (For more about the zine, see previous three posts).
A huge thank you to the good folk at Jasco for their generosity and hospitality. Being a Winsor and Newton Global Ambassador has been a privilege and a pleasure.
Further snapshots of the evening are below:
|My linocut Monarch Butterfly Winged Woman hovers above a table displaying some of the works I created with |
the Pigment Markers, including the mini-zine Moth Women Vigilantes ROGUES GALLERY
|To the left of the screen are works created by fellow Global Ambassador Bill Hope.|
On the right are three more of my Winged Women linocuts
|The Winsor and Newton Graphic Markers launch in full swing|