• Welcome to my first newsletter for 2015. I have a lot of exciting projects planned for the year ahead. Art classes will be starting soon and I look forward to welcoming my students from last year, along with new students who have decided to join us in the studio this year. I am excited to… [Continue Reading]

    From the studio
  • After a long slow trip we  finally arrived at Betsy’s new home. Now it is time to take Betsy carefully off the trailer. The jockey wheel is put  on. Rob uses the tractor to lift Betsy up gently so that Tim can put the tyre back on. I take the opportunity to take some photos… [Continue Reading]

    ‘Bringing Betsy Back’- Home
  • The Gables Art Classes with Lisa Addinsall, Artist Learn to draw, understand colour and perspective, paint in watercolour, acrylic, pastel, charcoal, try abstract painting, learn to draw figures and have fun. Mix with like minded people in a relaxing and enjoyable environment. All levels of experience welcome, work at your own pace. Classes are taught… [Continue Reading]

    Lisa Addinsall Art Classes at The Gables
  • Guest Artist – Emma Leonard * The photo of Em above was taken by Karla Northcott Em is a country girl and she spends her days on a big property mustering stock. She loves the great outdoors. Recently, she spent a year in the outback travelling around with her husband Jack, mustering stock on large… [Continue Reading]

    Guest Artist, the outback, one girl and a camera.
  • An update from Lisa Addinsall Artist at The Gables. Hi everyone, I am working on my timetable for art classes for 2015. It is going to be a great year. I have lots of exciting things lined up for the studio this year. I am also thrilled to welcome Bec from frankiebella who will be… [Continue Reading]

    Be cool, go to art school.

From the studio

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Welcome to my first newsletter for 2015. I have a lot of exciting projects planned for the year ahead. Art classes will be starting soon and I look forward to welcoming my students from last year, along with new students who have decided to join us in the studio this year. I am excited to […]

‘Bringing Betsy Back’- Home

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After a long slow trip we  finally arrived at Betsy’s new home. Now it is time to take Betsy carefully off the trailer. The jockey wheel is put  on. Rob uses the tractor to lift Betsy up gently so that Tim can put the tyre back on. I take the opportunity to take some photos […]

Lisa Addinsall Art Classes at The Gables

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The Gables Art Classes with Lisa Addinsall, Artist Learn to draw, understand colour and perspective, paint in watercolour, acrylic, pastel, charcoal, try abstract painting, learn to draw figures and have fun. Mix with like minded people in a relaxing and enjoyable environment. All levels of experience welcome, work at your own pace. Classes are taught […]

Guest Artist, the outback, one girl and a camera.

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Guest Artist – Emma Leonard * The photo of Em above was taken by Karla Northcott Em is a country girl and she spends her days on a big property mustering stock. She loves the great outdoors. Recently, she spent a year in the outback travelling around with her husband Jack, mustering stock on large […]

Be cool, go to art school.

Miss Betsy

An update from Lisa Addinsall Artist at The Gables. Hi everyone, I am working on my timetable for art classes for 2015. It is going to be a great year. I have lots of exciting things lined up for the studio this year. I am also thrilled to welcome Bec from frankiebella who will be […]

Bringing Betsy Back-Loading

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After a quick check over and deciding that Betsy is absolutely perfect. A meeting is held (no minutes taken) to decide how best to load her. Some CRC is used to help loosen the jockey wheel holder. It had rusted solid after years of wind and rain while Betsy was waiting patiently for me under […]

Bringing Betsy Back

Inside

My first meeting with the beautiful Miss Betsy. And of course I was dying to look inside. Aren’t you? Don’t you just love those curtains. Now the fun begins. Yes a quick measurement tells us that Betsy’s wheels are too wide for the trailer, 10cm to be precise. (I don’t know the jargon yet, axle […]