Hudson Clothes Show 2006

Tomorrow is the opening of our show at Hudson! Here are the details:

Works by:
Christina Gordon (above middle)
Claire Robertson (above right)
Van Sowerwine (above left)


Hudson Clothes
229 Carlisle St Balaclava
Vic 3183
(03) 9525 8066

Open every day 11am – 5pm

Show starts on Monday 27th February 2006 and runs through the month of March.

It’s an exhibition of toys and prints and acrylics on canvas. Each of us are presenting some 2D work as well as a selection of our soft toys or dolls. Here you can see my first attempts at something other than digital art. It’s been freaking me out!

You can find Van and Christina’s galleries of images at the above links, (mine are up now on flickr… terrible, terrible photos!! Where did the light go?)

At this stage my pieces will not be available online, but through Hudson. If you are interested in purchasing a piece, please email me* as soon as you can and I will place you on a waiting list (per item) just in case something doesn’t sell in March – first come, first option to buy.

*email me here: loobylu ( a t ) loobylu ( d o t ) com

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22 Responses

  1. Everyone’s work looks fantastic! I will definately go and have a look! Well Done!!

  2. oooh oooh big congrats

  3. Congratulations! I’m sure it will be a big success.
    A shame I can’t pop over to see it all live.

    Have you ever thought about making prints of your paintings?

  4. such beautiful new work, congratulations…

  5. I’m with Adriana, have you ever done prints of your paintings?
    Good luck, your paintings and softies look like perfection!

  6. wow, awesome work! your paintings came out great! congratulations on the show!

  7. Looks fantastic! Will be down there ASAP to have a look! Congrads!

  8. Thanks for showing the pics. All of it looks gorgeous. It will be a sell out. All the best, hope you have lots of fun.

  9. wow.. it all looks brilliant. congrats claire 🙂

  10. It all looks amazing Claire – I love the softies and the paintings are just gorgeous. I moved my canvases and acrilycs into the new studio / workroom at the back of the new shop today and once the panic and chaos that is opening day next Saturday is behind me I’m inspired to pick up the brushes again.

  11. says:

    Sooo lovely, I’ll definitely be along to peek!
    This is probably not news to you at all, but did you realise you’re in The Age this morning?

  12. They are all wonderfuls! Good luck at Hudson!

  13. says:

    Everything was gorgeous – you were right about the light not doing the pictures justice. I think a congrats is in order for your first attempt with acrylic paints they really do look wonderful. I moved heaven and earth to be there at 11 this morning to buy Creepy but was pipped at the post by a lucky phone caller. With 3 pieces already to my name I guess it is only fair to share the joy around :o)Good luck and take it easy now – I’m sure you need a little R&R!!!

  14. We trudged down Carlisle street with kids tagging along just to check it out! Glad I crossed the river ato see lovely little softie faces smiling out the front window- Well done on your hard work I am now suitably jealous!

  15. Darn… I had a slow day at work today – I should’ve dropped in. Hope there’s still something to see on Wednesday!

  16. Lovely work Claire! I already thought your softies were wonderful but your paintings add the icing on the cake.

  17. claire! they’re all so beautiful! wow. so exciting to see so much of your work all at once like this. I have to go over to flickr and ooh and aah some more.

  18. good luck! everything looks beeeautiful!

  19. Oooh! Congratulations! All your new work looks fantastic, what a fabulous thing to have it all exhibited in such a great space.

  20. All the best with the show – U guys are so talented!!!

  21. says:

    Wow!! LoVE IT… fantastic, all of it !!!What a shame I am going to Melbourne next month for a 2 week holiday, if only I was there this month to see it all for real…at least I can see it here, thank god for the internet.
    Thanks again Claire for the inspiration and your honesty it is what inspires me the most 🙂