Artist, collector, crafts woman, florist. Like my artwork I go by many names. I invite you to view my Portfolio which provides a glimpse into my diverse and varied work.
A new year, a new decade and the opportunity to exhibit in new venues and collaborate with some wonderful artists. In January as a group of four artists we will be creating installation based responses to Pollack’s abstract expressionist painting, Blue Poles. February will see me as an Artist in Residence at Vancouver Arts Centre in Albany which will flow on to an exhibition in March at VAC. Also in March I will be collaborating with the team at the Sustainable Community Festival in Albany with workshops and an exhibition involving food as art.
Many more creative endeavours are planned including the Southern Art and Craft Trail later in the year plus the joy of unplanned spontaneous creative expressions that will surely come my way.
Working with my collections of treasures is an ongoing process that I continue to play with and will feature in my works during 2020.
Image credit: Carol Duncan Photography
Mary Davies Library and Community Centre, Baldivis, 14th & 15th Nov 2020.
Combining their complimentary talents, Jill and daughter Holly O'Meehan as the duo 'Golden Wattle Hookers' will be hosting hands and hooks on workshops on sculptural crochet.
Both a beginners workshop on Saturday 14th November and an intermediate class on Sunday 15th November are on offer, bookings are essential and you can find all the details here.
Fibres West 4-10th July 2021, Muresk.
Fibres West 2021 is a week-long residential textile art event. The program consists of ten workshops with outstanding national tutors, as well as welcoming Jill O'Meehan as the Artist in Residence for the week long program.
Besides the workshops, the program includes evening activities, a trade hall, bazaar, on-site textile art installations and displays. It is a week-long creative vibe in every way.
Full details of the event are available here.