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If the shoe don’t fit

Mother Goose meets modern crises in a shoe store.

A reinvention of the nursery rhyme, ‘There was an old woman who lived in a shoe’.

Accompanying story HERE

 

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Chinoiserie, Miniatures, Beasts

exhibition at the iconic Marios’ in Fitzroy, 2013.

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A tattooed dog

Pictures on the walls and windows of a little restaurant called Chowhound.

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Brown and Bunting Booksellers

2010. Comics and illustrations. Small painting studies hidden among the books.

Painted on the shop window is a portrait of Lauren, one of the owners of Mixed Business, a cafe half a mile down the road. On the shop window of Mixed Business is a portrait of Travis, one of the owners of Brown and Bunting.

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Tolstoy

In the old secondhand bookstore, Book Affair. 2008.

Artists were asked what books mean to them, and installed their response somewhere in the labyrinthine old bookstore, which had once been a bakery. The little figure stands in the cavernous black opening of the original bread oven.

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