TIP of the Month
is a live video where Art-Teacher Anastasha shows us how to do a Dirty Cup Pour Painting here:
Demonstration & video recording was an unplanned action born by a chat at the monthly Arts-Fun at the Port Adelaide Arts Centre/Black Diamond Gallery.
What you should know about Adelaides
…is recipient of multiple international awards for photography, painted and digital created Art
…is regular participant at Art Festivals, Exhibitions and Competitions local, interstate and world
…that nearly all of Sue’s works are related to the four elements of Western Culture (air, earth, fire, water)
…that nearly all of Sue’s works are related to the five elements of Taoism (earth, metal, water, wood, fire)
…that Sue does not shy away to show environmental and social issues.
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We also acknowledge the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritages beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today. Sue also uses the opportunity to thank all Aboriginal people in the country for their welcome during her travels, bringing her to places a white person never or rarely got to see before, for the education, help & support, the sharing of the traditional stories, the knowledge of the land and the world around us. She does also express her gratitude for the permission to share a few selected photographs with the public.
Adelaides Sue Smith Photography (ASSP)R [short: ASSP-Photo]
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