The following article was written by Siobhan Hegarty for The Spirit of Things and published on the ABC website: 24 Oct … Continue reading Racism, bandit attacks, bravery: Art celebrates Australia’s Chinese history
The most effective way to become a free creative is to continually build then leverage successes in each of the … Continue reading Leverage
There seem to be many problems in the world at the moment. Which often feel overwhelming and even insurmountable. How … Continue reading Creative Problem Solving is a Superpower
On the day of its release “Number Eight Crispy Chicken” on Amazon: Number 1 in Aviation Number 1 in Air … Continue reading Number Eight Crispy Chicken: An interview with the author.
Title: Lerderderg River Gorge Size: 178 W x 127 H (mm) Material: Oil on canvas board Status: For sale Production … Continue reading Is making a painting on your bucket list?
The tour continues. As we worked our way through security with all our paintings, labels, posters and bulldog clips; I … Continue reading Mei Ling visits the Legislative Assembly
The following article was first published by The Australian & Decorative Fine Arts Societies, Yarra News, Winter 2018, Vol. 29 … Continue reading What is the value of the Hope: From Robe to Riches Art Exhibition?
Transcript of speech by Dr Joanne Sullivan at the launch of the Hope: From Robe to Riches Art Exhibition held … Continue reading Speech at the Launch of the Hope: From Robe to Riches Art Exhibition
I was sitting in a very tiny cinema in the heart of the Gum San Museum with my young son. … Continue reading The story of Mei Ling and how it came about
I was having lunch with my friend Sally when I asked her what she thought I should call my timelapse … Continue reading The birth of PaintStories