Trinity Picininis

There’s something very engaging about small children intent on their artwork. A tongue sticking out of the corner of a mouth, the furrowed forehead of concentration, the tunnel vision required to get that curved line just right. So absorbed are they, you can speak to them and they don’t hear you. It’s not that they Continue reading

Border Watch – the launch II

God bless all who sail in her – the book is launched, with champagne and speeches. Just the right amount of both. Helene spoke last holding a bouquet of flowers from mum and Bronwyn, and Dad. (Dad died four years ago, but his spirit lives on, and as he was the author of a couple Continue reading

Thomas Storrie

Today I’m featuring another talented exhibitor at Glaskins Gallery. Please welcome Thomas Storrie. Like Tanya, Thomas found his artistic ability at a young age. At school he excelled at arts, graphics and most things to do with using his hands. He went on to complete a Diploma of Visual arts at Central Gippsland Institute of Continue reading


It all started when I decided I needed to have a party to thank friends and family for supporting me on the journey to publication. Usually a party in Trinity Beach involves staking out of the public BBQs on Vasey Eslpanade  at sunrise, to ward off anyone else wanting to get their snags cooked to Continue reading