Entries by cathy

Mural and upcoming workshops

Mandala Wall Mural. With Covid restrictions and venues in shut down I decided to embark on my own workshop space. So I am redesigning my garage to host workshops from home. My home is only 10 years old and my double garage seemed like a wasted space. With a new paint job and carpet tiles, […]

Lifeflow Meditation and Mandala Retreat

Enjoy a deep focus, or concentration so deep that you lose track of time – welcome to the world creating mandalas. Join highly acclaimed art teacher Cathy Gray from Cathy Gray Ink Work Art as she guides you in creating your own mandala art works. No prior art experience is necessary; all that you need […]

University Senior College Interview

Thank you for inviting me to talk today. If you are driven by creativity it is a part of you and it feeds your soul so the first thing I would say is don’t deny that part of you. Being creative can be applied to so many careers but if it is visual art that […]

Warooka ‘Bats for Will’

When I was asked to participate in ‘Bats for Will’ I jumped a the chance. Robyn From Ballara Well, yesterday was our final day of our month-long Warooka Bats for Will exhibition in Baker Bros. Gallery, located in the main street of our small town, Warooka. We’re so delighted to let you know that you’re part of a $8000+ […]

The Heysen – Australian House and Garden

Nature’s Thumbprint Cathy Gray and Karen Judd of SABI Design have created a unique black and white relief print of a slice of timber taken from an old radiate pine (Pinus radiate) outside Hans Heysen’s studio. When the ailing tree was removed in 2017, the artists received permission to take a piece and preserve it […]

The Heysen – The Courier

The legacy of a historic tree that once stood sentinel alongside the studio of renowned local artist Hans Heysen has been preserved in ink. Hills artists Cathy Gray of Bridgewater and Karen Judd of Hahndorf have made prints of the cross-section of one of the pine trees, known as the guardians, that formerly surrounded Heysen’s […]

The Heysen – The Advertiser

The Heysen – Click for link to The Advertiser When an old pine tree threatened Sir Hans Heysen’s famous studio in Hahndorf, there was no question that the tree had to go.  But two local artists have found a way to preserve its image, appropriately enough, on canvas. Heysen built his studio when he bought […]

The Heysen wood relief prints

Sabi Designs – Karen Judd & Cathy Gray We are beyond excited to release this A M A Z I N G piece.  The Heysen10 original pulled prints1520 x 1300 slightly larger when framed.6 months ago we were given permission to take a slice of this magnificent tree. Planted in the 1870’s the family would have had […]