I know this post isn’t related to food, farmers or the usual content that appears here – but it is related to me, and a bit of art never hurt anyone…
My mother Annie Herron is a Sydney-based artist and has an exhibition opening TODAY at Paddington’s Barry Stern Gallery (19 Glenmore Road). I happened to be in town over the weekend and just as the exhibition had been put together, popped in for a quick look and celebratory glass of wine with Mum.
Titled, ‘To take the road less travelled’, it is a beautiful collection of sculptures and paintings and I couldn’t be more proud of her.
The exhibition closes on December 14, so if you are in Sydney over this time, please pop in and have a look. This is ‘feel good art’ in the best possible way.
To celebrate her exhibition, we ambled up the road for a Negroni (the cough medicine flavour goes after a while and they make me feel very grown up) at my favourite wine bar in that part of town; 10 William St
I really liked the birdie sculptures and the board meeting….the caravan with the clothes line….congrats to your Mum…. Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia
Jane @ Shady Baker says
These are amazing and just so beautiful Sophie…your mum is so talented. I adore the caravan!! If only we were not so far from Sydney x
Thanks Sophie – do love your Mum’s works. Congrats too on your book and book cover am so looking forward to when that’s released.