Thursday, 17 July 2008

artist geoffrey proud

Came across these images today and they put a smile on my face, which I figure is enough reason to share them all with you. Don't you think the last image would look gorgeous in a child's room. Reminds me of Peter Rabbit. The "Fractured Fairytales" exhibition of Geoffrey Proud's works is currently on at the Eva Breuer Art Dealer Gallery.

Interesting fact: Geoffrey Proud won the Archibald Prize in 1990 for his portrait of writer Dorothy Hewett. Also, one of his works is in the Elton John collection, London.

Images courtesy of Eva Breuer Art Dealer


Shannon Fricke said...

oh Natalie, I love his work - it's so quirky and interesting.
p.s how's babydom?

Anonymous said...

I really enjoy reading your blog, 'Daily Imprint'
I am having an exhibition at ArtHouse Gallery, Sydney, and I would love to send you an e-mail invitation to the exhibition.
How would I do this?
My e-mail address
My exhibition opens this wednesday evening the 23rd of July

Natalie Walton said...

Hi Shannon
Glad you like them. As for babydom, well, it's getting better (sounds terrible, doesn't it!). Charles is five weeks old now and slowly becoming more interactive. I never realised what an adjustment these first weeks would be - and I'm not just talking sleep!

Natalie Walton said...

Hi Kate
Oooh. That sounds great. You can contact me at


Shannon Fricke said...

yes, it's a whole new world isn't it! Just keep walking towards the light! sx


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