Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council

The students at RDHS wish to thanks the Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council and the Ravensthorpe IGA for supporting this project.

Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Number 48 is in Alaska!

Hi! I found wire art at Dark Horse Coffee in Anchorage Alaska.
Thanks for brightening my day!

Above is a photo of little 48 before it was released....thanks for letting us know it made it all the way to Alaska Jess!

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Number 30 finds love???!!!

A languished traveller.
Lingering at the Azure CafĂ© overlooking the picturesque foreshore of Denham.
Beckons me to an otherwise vacant table. 
I couldn't resist his charm. A coffee companion and more?
Number 30...Flirty 30? Dirty 30!!
Smuggled home I found a place for him to unwind.
Admiring him bask in the rays of winter sunshine. Regenerating.
Can I bestow him to a stranger? 
Last seen hanging with the birds.......Destiny unknown


Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Number 30 Finds a CEO!


I found this artwork under today’s west Australian on our staff lunch table. I am the CEO of Country Arts WA and on the rare occasion that I sit down at the lunch table I was delighted to find this artwork. Made me smile. I have passed the artwork onto our regional arts development officer Theaker on her way to the Gascoyne.

Best wishes


Jessica Machin

Chief Executive Officer
Country Arts WA

Country Arts WA CEO Jess Machin with Number 30

Gascoyne Regional Arts Development Officer Theaker Von Ziarno with Number 30, soon on her way to Shark Bay.

Friday, 2 August 2013

Number 59

Hello,  My name is Kerrie and I found your artwork in Ceduna SA in April 2013 at the Big 4 Caravan Park. My partner & I have a caravan & boat & have been travelling Australia for 6 years. We’ve seen lots of amazing places & Australia’s enormous, we don’t think we’ll ever see our whole country! On leaving Ceduna after fishing for 9 weeks, we travelled to Melbourne, Ballarat, Sydney, Alstonville, Gold Coast, Jondaryan Wool Shed, Roma, Mitchell, Morven, Blackall, Barcaldine & on to Longreach in Outback Queensland. The scenery, landscapes, weather & birds are forever changing & there’s always something to look at. Travelling on to Winton, Mckinlay-Walkabout Creek Hotel, Cloncurry, Burke & Wills Roadhouse, Normanton-The Purple Pub, & Karumba in the Gulf of Carpentaria where we are now fishing for a few weeks. Your Artwork has travelled all this way with us & is now resting in the office of the Gulf Country Caravan Park. Keep enjoying your art & I’ve enjoyed being a part of Artwork Number 59. Regards to you All, Kerrie.