The Delicate Balance of Christmas

Every Christmas is a snow fairy ballerina poised on one pointed toe atop a weather vane. The form it takes is conventional, and yet precarious. We share a palette of images scavenged from art and ritual, but as far as direction goes, we may as well just throw them all up into the wind and […]

Spring comes to the South

Here in Sydney, 1st September marks the beginning of spring, and while our little front garden doesn’t get enough sun to have yet heard the call, the neighbouring street are bearing offerings. It must be so hard for those in the Northern Hemisphere who have endured a shut-in summer to now be going into the […]