Welcome 2018!

Welcome 2018!

The new studio renovations were just completed in September, when a group of 7 Travel Journalist’s from all over Australia took part in a mini ‘fun in the mud’ workshop. This marked the opening of Friedmudd Studio’s new location.

In October Channel 9 morning show visited the new Friedmudd studio. I was honoured to have Steve Jacobs, Channel 9’s funny weather man come and participate in a workshop. It was part of the promoting the Hinterland arts and was aired live on Sunday 29th October –  click on the link below to view the video. As the new year unfolds its a nice time to ponder on last years achievements and what we would like to bring into the new year. Melody Bettie said it perfectly ‘The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written.

I always start fresh with an interesting notebook – one I name gratitude. This is where I write 5 things I am grateful for each morning.  The other notebook is for ideas and inspiring things I would like to accomplish in 2018. It’s very uplifting when I read back over last year’s notebook as I often am amazed and sometimes pinch myself when I find what was written has come to fruition …

2017 took on many changes; selling my property, relocating to a lager more spacious home and studio in North Maleny.

Traveling to China, Bali and the most exciting travel was to America.

I was awarded a scholarship to attend a 3 weeks in PenLand School of Craft in North Carolina. Later this year as part of the scholarship, I will hold an exhibition on my studies ‘Print Making in Clay’  as part of the scholarship prerequisite.

The new studio renovations were just completed in September, when a group of 7 Travel Journalist’s from all over Australia took part in a mini ‘fun in the mud’ workshop. This marked the opening of Friedmudd Studio’s new location.

In October Channel 9 morning show visited the new Friedmudd studio. I was honoured to have Steve Jacobs, Channel 9’s funny weather man come and participate in a workshop. It was part of the promoting the Hinterland arts and was aired live on Sunday 29th October –  click to view the video.

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