The Museum of Old and New or really a place full of crazy old stuff and even crazier new stuff.
One of my must do things whilst in Tasmania for Christmas was to go to MONA, sadly I didn’t get to see everything I wanted to on my visit to MONA but still I did see a fair bit.
It confirmed me that the detail in barkcloth is amazing, Sidney Nolan was nuts, you really can just take anything and call it art.
Such as this.
Queen (A Portrait of Madonna) by Candice Breitz (2005)
Well I’m back in Brisbane for about 24hrs before jetting off to Japan tomorrow morning. The wedding was fantastic on the weekend. It was a wedding that very much fitted the bride and groom (my cousin Erica and her now husband Ash). The wedding weekend was at Coles Bay in the Freycinet National Park area of Tasmania. It was where Erica and Ash decided to get engaged a couple of months ago and a place where they’ve spent a lot of time.
3 pictures for now because everything else will have to wait till I get back from Japan.
Saying hello to Grandad after the ceremony
This photo just about sums up the wedding 100%. The beach, playing in the water, having a picnic and a wedding as well.
and the cake, mmmm flourless chocolate cake and a very very good one at that. With the mountains of Freycinet in the background