From time to time, the Newstead Community Lunch is graced by artist, Susan Denyer.
Sue loves creating ephemeral art using natural materials from Bacchus Marsh where she lives, and Tasmania. She also uses recycled materials from opportunity shops (charity or thrift shops) and garage sales.
Sue spends the morning creating marvellous centre pieces for each table which she photographs.
The diners can spend time over lunch admiring each piece. Diners may enjoy handling or playing with objects which means some of the pieces will be in a state of disarray by the end of the lunch.
After the diners have departed, Sue packs it all up.
Sue’s art is ephemeral because it does not last – it is short lived. Other examples of ephemeral art are chalk art, sand and ice sculptures and sand mandalas.
If you want to know more about Sue’s art, you can email her: firstname.lastname@example.org.
These centre pieces were created a couple of Wednesdays ago. My personal favourite is the one with the blue whale in the centre. Perhaps you have a favourite also.
PS: The photographs in this post were taken by Susan Denyer.
Some pieces incorporate hand made paper. I am glad Sue likes beach washed glass.
A fly continues its spiritual journey moving from the heart of the spiral.