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Lynette Weir
Australian Visual Artist & Printmaker Specialise - Fine Art Linocuts & Illustrations Australian wildflowers/wildlife Tweet Dance/Arts too
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Lynette Weir Oct 19
Flashback Friday - Australian Wildflowers Alphabet Poster - A2 size, celloglazed $20 each + postage in a cardboard roll. They were created from 26 individual handpainted linocuts…
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Lynette Weir Oct 19
Flashback Friday - Australian Wildlife Alphabet Poster - A2 size, celloglazed $20 each + postage in a cardboard roll. They were created from 26 individual handpainted linocuts…
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Leigh Sales Oct 17
This man really is a delightful human being. Tonight on
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Lynette Weir Oct 18
Throwback Thursday - 'Seaside Wildflowers' 2013 - Limited Edition Handpainted Linocut - pandanas, spinifex, native hibiscus, wattle, paper daisies, lily, banksia, tuckeroo & pigface…
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Lynette Weir Oct 9
Mountain Devil - Lambertia formosa - designing, drawing, inspiration from my garden (& a neighbours!)
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Australian Story Oct 8
“I think Samuel understands the wonderful fact of existence.” How Samuel Symons looked at the best parts of life
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J.K. Rowling Oct 7
This thread is truly wonderful.
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ABC Adelaide Oct 6
Tributes are flowing for 'little Aussie battler' Quentin Kenihan, who has died in Adelaide
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Joe O'Brien Oct 6
Montserrat Caballe has died .. this duet with Freddie Mercury is stupendous - Long Live Montserrat .. Long Live Freddie via
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Lynette Weir Oct 6
So honoured to be photographed by peterderrettphotography for the Heart & Soul exhibition of photographers Peter Derrett & Jacklyn Wagner currently showing Peter is an…
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Lynette Weir Oct 5
Met the wonderful indigenous artist Digby Moran at his exhibition ‘Growing up on the Island’ at :) We had a lovely chat about playing in he Mangrove mud flats as kids which…
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Lynette Weir Sep 30
New design ideas with Geraldton Wax - Chamaelaucium uncinatum - from my garden :)
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Bronwen Scott Sep 28
Silver-eyed gecko 'double the size' of normal house geckos discovered by researchers via
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Josh Taylor Sep 28
This feature on is so well written. Gut-wrentching, delicate and honest.
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Helen Day Sep 24
The oldest Ladybird books, part 12. The first Ladybird logo was a rather indistinctive ladybird in flight. In the 1950s it was used to create these stylish endpapers
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Lynette Weir Sep 20
Replying to @RobertBohan
Lovely thread - wonderful artist :)
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Dr Robert Bohan Sep 20
Replying to @RobertBohan
Evening sun is another great work. Sunshine in a Room is an astonishing tour de force in allowing light to almost dissolve the substance of a Room. Evening Sun in the Artist’s Studio (1913), Interior with Three Persons (1917), Sunshine in a Room (1921). An amazing artist!
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Dr Robert Bohan Sep 20
Replying to @RobertBohan
In my opinion her most masterful work is her interior door with reflected & refracted light from an unseen window. Interior (c1920), Sewing a Dress (1920), Living Room (1913) & the Dinner Hour (1914)
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Dr Robert Bohan Sep 20
Replying to @RobertBohan
She exhibited in Chicago in 1893 & was awarded a number of prizes in her lifetime. Portrait of the Artist’s Mother (1913), Young Girl in Garden with Parasol (c1915), At the Grave (1913) & Ane Brøndum in a Red Room (1910)
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