Official opening this Saturday June 22nd || Jill Lewis "Silent Conversations" from 2-5 pm
Do You Eat Grass And Have You Met The Queen
acrylic on canvas
122 x 152 cm 'Painting is my preferred method of communication with the world,' says Melbourne-based Jill Lewis. 'I think in pictures.' Jill describes herself as a 'bit of a people watcher,' revealing that it provides abundant inspiration for her art making. 'Observing people's behaviours from a distance can often tell me more about them than hearing their words. I'm interested in body language and facial expressions, particularly those conveyed in different social situations. It's about the position characters take when relating to one another within a particular context and space. For me the canvas equates to such a space.' antheapolsonart.com.au ||#antheapolsonart #australianart#artcollector#contemporaryart#marinamirage#jilllewis#exhibition#opening#saturday#june22#abstract#painting#figurative#mixedmedia#animals#observation#peoplewatching#llama#queen#allwelcome
Hooray for knickers!! ❤️ I love this story and so do my class, we read it whenever they seem to be getting stressed or upset about silly things.
This story shows us how King Grouchy feels lonely and invites a Prince round to be his new best friend and all the kings staff get into a big muddle when they didn’t hear the kings orders resulting in what seems to be a hilarious celebration.
Luckily King Grouchy sees the funny side, after all... who can be grumpy when wearing frilly knickers! ❤️ Thank you to @deborahallwright and #JillLewis for some light hearted fun that always reminds my class (and myself) not to sweat the small stuff! ❤️📚🎉 #mrsbookclub#bookreview