Rona featured on The Hazel Dooney PodcastPosted: 29 November 2020 Filed under: Rona | Tags: art, Hazel Dooney, Podcast, Rona Green, The Hazel Dooney Podcast Leave a comment
For fans of podcasts…
It was my pleasure to be the guest on episode four of The Hazel Dooney Podcast: art and an undistracted conversation.
In Hazel’s words, “Each episode of the podcast is an independent, intentionally unsponsored, DIY, long-form, unedited conversation with a guest from the arts”.
Hazel and I chat about the hybrid animal subjects in my pictures, the duality of domestication and primal instinct, art existing in the imagination of the audience, and even amateur boxing.
You can listen to the podcast episode by clicking here.
And if you enjoy the podcast via iTunes you might like to leave Hazel a positive rating or review.
Thank you for listening!
It’s show time!Posted: 13 November 2020 Filed under: Exhibitions | Tags: art, Australian Galleries, exhibition, Melbourne, printmaking, Rona Green Leave a comment
You are cordially invited to
A little bit
An exhibition of 13 hand coloured linocut prints
Official opening 11am – 5pm Saturday 14 November 2020
Australian Galleries Melbourne
28 Derby Street
Collingwood VIC Australia 3066
Free entry – all welcome
I’d love to see you there!
I’ll also be at Australian Galleries for meet and greet sessions:
Sunday 22 November 2pm – 4pm
Saturday 28 November 2pm – 4pm
Sunday 6 December 3pm – 5pm
And of course you can visit the show any other time as Australian Galleries is open 7 days 10am – 6pm.
You can view the exhibition catalogue online by clicking here
To view the show online you can visit the Australian Galleries website.
A little bit runs until 6 December 2020.
Hope you enjoy the show!
Keep on keeping onPosted: 29 September 2020 Filed under: Inspiration | Tags: art, books, documentaries, films, podcasts, television, TV 2 Comments
Hope you are going ok at the moment. Please find following links to a bunch of things to check out online to keep you entertained.
For your ears
How I Found My Voice with Samira Ahmed
Literally! with Rob Lowe
David Tennant Does a Podcast With…
Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso
Judith Lucy – Overwhelmed & Dying
Stuff to read
How To Be An Artist by Jerry Saltz
Close to the Knives: A Memoir of Disintegration by David Wojnarowicz
Yoko Ono: Half-A-Wind Show – A Retrospective by Ingrid Pfeiffer and Max Hollein
Ceramics for Beginners: Animals & Figures by Susan Halls
Chromatopia – An Illustrated History of Colour by David Coles
TV shows and docos
Portrait Artist of the Year 2020
Masters of Photography – Diane Arbus
Unstoppable. Sean Scully and the Art of Everything
For the kiddywinks
Very best wishes and take care.
On and on it goes…Posted: 8 August 2020 Filed under: Inspiration | Tags: art, books, films, galleries, inspiration, podcasts, television 6 Comments
If you are housebound (hello Melburnians!) or still choosing to spend time a lot of time indoors, here’s a few recommendations for entertaining yourself, if you’re looking for tips.
Art Galleries – online
Australian Galleries have exhibitions online for you to view at your leisure.
Check out the McClelland National Small Sculpture Awards catalogue via the McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery website.
Hauser & Wirth have launched an online exhibition program that includes virtual tours.
If you like digging deep, you can explore public gallery collections online such as Geelong Gallery and Gippsland Art Gallery in Australia, as well as the international collections of the Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands and Museo del Prado in Spain.
And for the wee ones check out Tate Kids.
Only Artists BBC Radio 4 conversation series.
Grounded with Louis Theroux.
Recording Artists Season 1 Radical Women.
Homo Sapiens by Alan Cumming and Christopher Sweeney.
The Jealous Curator interviews.
Books – Kindle editions
The Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being Alone By Olivia Laing.
Marcel Duchamp: The Afternoon Interviews by Calvin Tomkins.
Just Kids by Patti Smith.
The Hare With Amber Eyes: A Hidden Inheritance by Edmund de Waal.
Hockney: The Biography Volume 1 and Volume 2 by Christopher Simon Sykes.
Stuff to watch
Celebrity Painting Challenge from the BBC.
Life Drawing Live via SBS on demand (Australian and UK versions).
What do artists do all day? series.
A Picture of the Painter Howard Hodgkin documentary.
And if you have a library card get yourself a free Kanopy Films account to access loads of documentaries and movies.
That’s all for now. Wishing you well!
Picking a winner… (s)Posted: 1 May 2020 Filed under: Giveaway | Tags: art, giveaway, merch, Rona Green 8 Comments
Thank you to all who entered the Cockhead Quarantine Giveaway!
Oomi and I were overwhelmed by the response and thoroughly enjoyed reading your comments, it was a real treat. We very much appreciate all your effort.
It was no easy task but Oomi and myself have selected two prize pack winners, and they are:
Please message me to advise your current postal address details and I’ll mail your prize pack asap.
And as a sweetener every entrant will receive a runner-up goody pack in the mail as all your comments were lovely, thank you!
Note – I couldn’t pinpoint Rona Green mailing list subscriber details for the following entrants:
Please message me to let me know your full name and postal address if you’d like to receive a goody pack.
That’s it for now but if you are a fan of giveaways keep a look out for more in future on the Rona Green artist Facebook page and my @ronagreenart Instagram account.
Many thanks for your ongoing support, and all the best.
Cockhead Quarantine Giveaway!Posted: 23 April 2020 Filed under: Competition | Tags: art, giveaway, Rona Green 88 Comments
*** THE GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED ***
It’s time… for a Cockhead Quarantine Giveaway!
You can enter for a chance to win one of two prize packs that include a Cockhead tote bag (the last remaining of my stock), badges, magnets, postcards and bookmarks.
To enter the giveaway:
1. Be a follower of ronagreenblog.com
2. Be one of my mailing list subscribers – existing or new – if you aren’t yet a subscriber click here to sign up
3. Leave a comment on this blog post about which of my pictures is your favourite and why – you can view work on my website gallery to select your favourite by clicking here
Entries close at 11.59pm (AEST) on Thursday 30 April 2020.
Each entry will be reviewed by myself and studio assistant Oomi the Greyhound to select the two prize pack winners.
Winners will be announced in a blog post on Friday 1 May 2020.
Thank you for your interest and good luck!
*** THE GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED ***