Teaching Tsukineko inks in Peachester, Australia

bernadine hineThis is the very talented and lovely Bernadine Hine, a well known Aussie art quilter and she is the one I have to thank for the opportunity to teach in the town of Peachester (population 452) up in the mountains an hours drive north of Brisbane.

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This 125 year old town hall was the location of our workshop. Look at that cute little tiny church next door.

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It was a surprisingly full workshop for a relatively rural area.

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Look at all these beautiful samples of work!
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P1020245This gorgeous piece belongs to Bernadine, I think we’ll be seeing some Tsukineko inks in her future work. 🙂

Stay posted for some photos of flowers at my hosts house where I stayed that night and the surrounding countryside.

4 Responses to “Teaching Tsukineko inks in Peachester, Australia”

  1. Bernardine Hine says:

    And what a wonderful workshop it was, we all enjoyed it immensely, and thanks for coming to Peachester! Bernardine.

  2. Jan Bartlett says:

    The talent of this group is well captured in the selection of beautiful art posted. The brilliance of Tsukineko Inks and Judy’s creative direction produced great outcomes…Fun is also obvious!!

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