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Exploring fragility, concealment and the instinctual connection between child and animal, the exhibition features a selection of new work using graphite, ink and markers on paper… even a limited edition series of hand-pulled screen prints!
We are such fans of her ability to create delicacy while quietly stating the bold reasoning behind each piece… so lovely
Please visit the good people at Retrospect Galleries for further details.
Drawing on techniques as varied as tattoo art, screen printing, graffiti and various traditional mediums, four of Australia’s freshest emerging visual creatives have flocked together to bring you an exhibition on the beautiful and bizarre of the feathered world.
Always wished we could fly…
Find your feathers and RSVP
One thing we love about Advocate Brooke Reidt is the inspiration she finds through personal encounters, and how she pours that inspiration into her beautiful work.
The drawing up top was done by a young girl named Putu Rose, who created the piece for Brooke (her new close friend) when they met on Brooke’s travels to Bali…The lovely painting underneath was done in turn by Brooke for Putu! What a beautiful show of appreciation!
Putu is five years old and an aspiring fairy house architect…. we support the little Miss Rose, go after your dreams!
Tonight is the night!!
Element Eden Advocate Amy Purdy is speaking at Champman University at 5:30pm! Come hear the challenges she has faced and the strides taken to push off those boundaries with motivation to better the lives of those around her.
No doubt, we always leave on fire with inspiration to continually work harder, live better and bring positive change! We’ll save you a seat!
For details head to Champman University
In addition to being an Element Eden Advocate, I am also an ambassador for Flora Health. Flora makes the well known Udo’s Oil 3-6-9 blend that you find in the WholeFoods, in addition to the distribution of many other great nutritional products!
I got the opportunity to meet fellow Flora ambassador and legendary slackliner Dean Potter while helping Flora at the natural products Expo West show this past weekend and he taught me to slackline!!
Slacklining/tightrope walking originated in the mid-evil times and were used for warrior games! But modern days it has become popular amongst rockclimbers who were slacklining from one rock to the next.
I used to think slackliners were crazy but after doing it I understand why they do it! It forces you to be completly in the moment and focus on every movement and breath you take! A few minutes on the line feels like an hour long yoga session. You have to be completly aware of every movement and muscle twitch and you cannot think of anything else but that!
When I step off the slackline I feel so centered, stable and balanced which is important for everyone!
I can officially say that I am addicted and will be buying a slackline for my backyard!
Dean Potter who is most definitely the best slackliner in the world, a true legend! Check him out in the video above!