Combining a love of the sea with mythical creatures, shipwrecks and sailors, Melbourne artist Jubly-Umph presents her first solo show at Artboy Gallery in Prahran in November.
Well known for her tattoo style artwork and limited edition jewellery collections Jubly-Umph has created a collection of characters that are lost at sea, watching the horizon or saluting the Teardrop,(Fastnet lighthouse), as they leave for foreign shores.
The exhibition will feature over 20 original ink paintings complimented with art prints and a Nautical Curiosities limited edition jewellery range.
What: Nautical Curiosities Exhibition
Where: Artboy Gallery- 99 Greville St, Prahran Vic
When: Opening Night is Fri 14th of November 6pm-8.30pm and runs until the 23rd
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/460529007421425/
Yesterday was 'Support Small Business Day' so I ordered myself a custom flamingo skirt from Betty Le Bonbon - Cheek Boutique! I cant wait to get it!
I previously bought the Betty Le bonbon librarian book skirt which perfectly matches my librarian pendant. I get so many compliments on it i just had to order another.
I made this little outfit mock up with other awesome things....
1. LADY ROWE hair flower from Stars and Swallows
2. Betty Le Bonbon custom made shirt
2. Pin Up Girl Clothing top
3. Jubly-Umph flamingo earrings and necklace
Mystery Box Weekend
Our super fun Mystery Boxes are back for one weekend only. Get ready to shop from 10AM Friday
Each Mystery box contains over $100 worth of randomly selected jewellery and accessories from our 5 years worth of collections and samples. The contents have been hand chosen by our Jubly evil minions and are sure to surprise and delight you.
Better still, each box is different!
What you could receive: Necklaces, bows, clips, brooches, compacts, key rings, rings, studs, dangles, bracelets and more!
Try your luck with a Mystery Box. Only $50!
(limited quantities available)
A lot of my friends and peers have been doing the ice bucket challenge on social media lately to support the ALS association(Lou Gehrig's Disease) but I have decided to follow Pamela Andersons lead and decline the challenge. (article link)
As Pammy and numerous other animal rights groups have pointed out the charity makes use of outdated and cruel animal testing practices which don’t necessarily lead to results. For example the US FDA reports that 92% of drugs that test successfully in animal trials fail during human trials. (FDA article link)
Whilst I applaud people who support charities it is important to know who it is you are supporting and the practices that they use.
I have decided that instead of taking part in this challenge I will make a $100 donation to Animals Australia who works hard to be a voice for animals.
Photo from Pamela Andersons Facebook
Check out Pammys original post here: https://www.facebook.com/pamelaanderson/photos/a.10150608594982072.410767.64704837071/10152629905767072/?type=1&theater