Based on the premise that everyone is an artist, Level Playing Field 2016 is about providing people of all abilities and all ages the opportunity to create a magic relief print about their experience of Melbourne, utilising the same materials
Inspired as always by my surrounds and using a palette based on the 3 primary colours, I have returned to painting with oil. Working in most cases on recycled surfaces such as an old weathered wooden honours board or an
Two weeks in New York – a huge city full of colour and variety!
A friend gave me some watercolours she had found when cleaning up her house. I decided they would be good for my facilitation activities. But guess who has been inspired!And so I recommend using watercolour to play, experiment and have fun…. even
Having fun down at the beach playing with found objects and fimo!
Have a look at the progress of this rooftop commission for special friends of mine who live in Brunswick, Melbourne and have asked me to create a work for above their stairwell. The focus of the imagery is on the rooftops
In 2013 Sheena Mathieson was interviewed by Dr John Fitzgerald, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne, as part of a research project entitled ‘The other things we do’. This project focused on people’s interests and passions which
One definition for inspire (Chambers dictionary) is: to stimulate into creative activity. This is what Sheena loves about doing art with others. The inspiration runs both ways. Check out these drawings done by three separate artists and based on an