Sunday, February 12, 2012

Shadow Shot Sunday 2

The pathway outside Capricorn Community House in Yanchep.
This is where on Sunday 4th March there will be an artist talk by Wendy Lugg.
Textile artist, Wendy Lugg, is an artist of international standing.  Western Australian born and bred, Wendy has just completed her Artist Residency for the City of Wanneroo. This is a final opportunity for residents to share Wendy’s love of textiles, to see her fantastic collection of multicultural and heritage textiles, and to see examples of her dynamic art practice to date.

When:            Sunday 4 March 2012, 1pm to 4pm
Where:           Capricorn Community House, cr Two Rocks Rd & Lindsay Beach Boulevard
Cost:               A free but booked event (limited to 25 patrons)
                       Ring 9561 2039 to reserve your place

Don't forget to pop over to Shadow Shot Sunday 2 & have a look at other shadows.

9 comments:

Gemma Wiseman said...

A very defined burst of shadow on the right! The event sounds fascinating!

Just a note: Don't forget to provide a link back to SSS2 in your post for others to see! (Not just in your post title!) Have a great weekend!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice shadow shot.

Regards and best wishes

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Nice shadow shot, love the cream and then the burst of green.

toby said...

Oh, how nice! It looks almost like a porcupine :)
Thanks for playing - have a great week!

Chubby N Chieque said...

You're lucky with a great summer days.

While I am still struggling the winter days.

Greetings from freezing Stockholm,
/chie

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Sharp shadows mean bright sun. Enjoy!

Orange Tree Shadow

Stephanie V said...

That shadow looks quite substantial. It must be the clean lines that make it look so sturdy...'cuz I know it's just a shadow.
The talk sound fabulous. Maybe if I were a fly I could get there in time to perch on the wall :)

John McElveen said...

I love the ay the shadow leads to that awesome clump of Grass! Great shot!

John

Kelly said...

The big, bold shadows are great, but I'm drawn to the feathery little shadows from the plant.