These are the ones that, by a long, harrowing, time-consuming process I have narrowed down to the absolute essential finalists. Clockwise from top left, here are their names: Silver Sunset; French Villa; Calm Breeze, Alaska, Chocolate Banana Smoothie, and, Bloxy. Now, I am happy to take suggestions and feedback that could possibly help me to narrow this field even further. I cannot guarantee I will pay the least bit of attention though. I mean, Silver Sunset, Alaska and French Villa are flats (technically, just a couple of them are on higher flat ground) and I need a couple of pairs of sensible shoes. And yes, Alaska and French Villa seem to be very similar but they are quite different colours and textures and their decoration differs vastly. There are lots of t-bars, but they suit me. And lots of flowers, but they differ—some have grapes with flowers, some have frogs with flowers, some have flying pigs on hearts with flowers, some are just flowers. I think I can challenge any argument. Help me! Or just encourage me. Either appreciated.
Another plug! B—— got another piece of ceramic artwork into the Toyota Community Spirit Gallery's Time and Tide exhibition for emerging artists. It is one of my favourite pieces. She and forty-nine other emerging artists have been chosen to exhibit and sell their works in the rather funky Toyota building on Bertie Street in Port Melbourne (just up from the post office, the Bunnings and the bikie headquarters—have to love Port Melbourne's diverse culture!) Dominant themes of the chosen artists included water as a connecting element and living and surviving in the twenty-first century. It is open to the public monday to friday, nine-to-five. Go and have a look. You can also buy a car if you want. It's fun to be in buildings, idly looking at art while everyone else is working.
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