Saturday December 6, 2008
Water lilies are the embodiment of beauty and tranquility.
Sunday October 26, 2008
Plants behave in complex ways, but does that make them intelligent beings? Peter Munro reports.
Saturday August 23, 2008
So what are the most memorable images from a weekend of Sydney viewings for next week's big art sales? Sotheby's and Deutscher & Hackett have wry works by John Brack; Bonhams & Goodman and Sotheby's have outstanding portraits by Russell Drysdale and just about everyone has a childish Sidney Nolan daub or two.
Sunday May 25, 2008
Bill Henson's images of children are art, and banning them sends the wrong message, writes Catharine Lumby.
Saturday May 17, 2008
Granville South High School Reunion - The Early Years - For students and teachers who attended GSHS between 1966 and 1972, at Parramatta RSL, 6.30pm. Cost $10pp. Ph Debbie Bushell 9632 4218 or David Flower 9604 8767.
Natural Health Society - Illawarra Branch - meeting, at the Wollongong Library, Tom Thumb Room, 2pm. Ph 4295 4255.
Sunday July 9, 2006
Robert Flower and Kevin Murray are members of a club no one wants to join
Wednesday June 28, 2006
THE vivid pink of an orchid. The rich oranges and reds of an autumnal leaf. The delicate yellow of a flower petal.
Monday March 7, 2005
Christine Adams has a low-tech approach to creating surreal images, writes Jill Stark.
Tuesday December 23, 2003
Flower sellers, vets and others are hopping on the broadband wagon. Garry Barker reports.
Monday March 10, 2003
WHEN it came time to take photographs of harvest in the Hunter, Herald photographer Chris Elfes decided not to concentrate on the grape.
Saturday December 7, 2002
An amazing phenomenon has just swept the heart of the Middle East, but has gone unnoticed in the Australian media.
Sunday April 7, 2002
Japan is in flower again. Michael Gebicki takes to the trail in search of the country's soul.
Sunday January 20, 2002
Inspiration grows before our eyes, says Dutch trend forecaster Li Edelkoort, in the garden and in beautiful images. Bloom Book: Horti-Culture For The 21st Century by Li Edelkoort is published by Flammarion and distributed by Thames & Hudson, $123.
Tuesday September 18, 2001
AYOUNG Irishman, Jim Stynes, running across the mark. A composed Hawk, Gary Buckenara, receiving the 15-metre penalty and kicking the winning goal after the siren. A savage Melbourne coach, John Northey, pointing an accusatory finger in the rooms after a dramatic finish to a game that ended with these three unmistakeable images.
Thursday June 22, 2000
THE orchid is probably one of the most breathtaking plants devised by Mother Nature, but it is probably also the plant most feared by the average gardener. These fears are unfounded ? many orchids require little attention and will flourish as easily as any other plant. Price can conjure up images
Tuesday November 9, 1999
Two extraordinary, very different exhibitions of photography are required viewing in Sydney this month. The ground floor of Circular Quay's refurbished Customs House hosts the massive 1999 World Press Photo exhibition. This intricate display of images by the world's finest photojournalists, accom
Monday August 2, 1999
HAVE you ever watched a butterfly going about its business in your backyard? It is all over the place, flitting around from flower to leaf, almost randomly choosing its next destination with no apparent planning. Trying to trace its flight path for a few hours would be of equivalent difficulty
Wednesday May 12, 1999
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY Beneath giant images of Richard Feynman, the Nobel prize-winning physicist, and John Lennon and Yoko Ono at the height of their flower power, Apple Computers' head man, Steve Jobs, yesterday laid out the road map for the next stage in the remarkable restoration of th
Friday April 23, 1999
Photographs of the flower have a venerable history, even given the relative youth of the medium. Karl Blossfeldt's magnified black-and-white depictions were among the greatest; Robert Mapplethorpe's classical close-ups perhaps the best known. Not for the first time, Australia's best known proponent
Friday May 22, 1998
What ...Stage Days Where ... Art Gallery of NSW When ... May 29 to July 19 The unsettling images of film-maker David Lynch have washed over into the art world, writes SEBASTIAN SMEE, and are reflected in The 4th Guinness Contemporary Art Project, appropriately titled Strange Days. Mo