Wednesday, May 19, 2010

A few new bits

Some new pieces for an upcoming show at The Jam Factory.

I've had that too ra loo ra loo ra tune (irish lullaby) stuck in my head for weeks.

More to come soon....!

13 comments:

Katy said...

I like the handwriting font you've used for the lullaby :) I saw some of your work in Artisan in Brissy last week, was great to see it for real after finding your blog. The birds are super cute.

cookingwithgas said...

you never know where the loop will end up and now you have it singing away in my head.....

Mel Robson said...

that was kind of the plan....

Gerry said...

That oatmeal number weirdly reminds me of those prisoners wall calendars.
"toora ly oora ly addity..."
Pump up the Jam !
You're not applying for the Jam Factory job then?

Mel Robson said...

Bound for Botany Bay! Just came back from there. I wasn't imprisoned tho. but I can see what you mean by the prison thing! And re the Jam - no, enough on my plate for now! A residency at the Jam is on my list of things to do one of these days tho!

simone said...

just beautiful. Want to eat my bircher muesli out of them... xoxoxo

Mel Robson said...

You forgot the question mark Simone. Yes please. Bring it over on Saturday morning...!!

reb said...

Just divine Ms Mel- you have chosen such perfect words to use as well. Clever clogs.

Elaine Bradley said...

Toora Loora Looraa etc. as sung by Ruby Murray ... my folks had her vinyl album and I learnt to sing it from that - to my three boys. You did a good job there!

Mel Robson said...

Hi Elaine. Apparently my grandmother used to hum it all the time, and when my daughter was born i found myself humming it to get her to sleep in the wee hours of the morning. Worked a treat!

Evelina said...

They are just lovely! Can I ask you what you use to draw the black on these ceramic bowls?

Mel Robson said...

Thanks Evelina. The writing/drawing is a ceramic decal.

sunshine gb march said...

ooh, oohh, a show coming to the jam factory - i'm excited now. look forward to it. always hard not to touch, though..