Each week, we’ll provide a theme for creative inspiration. Show the world based on your interpretation what you have in mind for the theme, and post them on your blog anytime before the following Sunday when the next photo theme will be announced.
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taken from protoneer’s blog
Feel free to have a look at his concepts.
I love to do PETS.
She was stung by a bee yesterday and did not feel well.
On Saturday she took part in the Santa Parade here she is ready to relax.
Dog tired after all the walking.
Then there is Trompie.
Yesterday he was patiently waiting for something to happen
while I was preparing our food.
Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Pets
Are you ready to throw your hat into the ring? If you would like to join in this week’s travel theme (everyone’s welcome!) here’s what to do:
- Create your own post and title it Travel theme: Circles
- Include a link to this page in your post so others can find it too
- Get your post in by next Thursday, as the new travel theme comes out on Friday
- Don’t forget to subscribe to keep up to date on the latest weekly travel themes
Don’t be square! Join in the circles theme and spread the love a-round.
Flowers can form circles
Last but not the least
Neil Dawson has produced many public sculptures throughout New Zealand, Australia, Asia and the UK. These include representing NZ at the Sydney Biennale in 1988, and at Magiciens de la Terre, Georges Pompidou Centre, Paris in 1989. He created the Main Entry Artworks at the Stadium of Ausralia for the 2000 Olympic Games, and installed Fanfareon the Sydney Harbour Bridge for New Year 2004/05. Within NZ his major public works include Chalice in Cathedral Square, Christchurch, and Ferns in Civic Square, Wellington.
Neil studied at the Ilam School of Art, Canterbury University, and at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. He received a Laureate Award from the New Zealand Arts Foundation in 2003, and was made a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2004.