It was a real treat to catch up with our friend Sally Moroney, an artist from Far North Queensland.
We have now known her about twelve years.
She makes beautiful necklaces and presented Sheridan with one of her creations (as Sheridan had taken a liking to one of mine and wanted one of her own).
We went to see the Margaret Olley, A Generous Life Exhibition on the second day of its opening.
It is interesting to visit an Exhibition with artists. Both Sheridan my daughter, and Sally, who are both artists were such an inspiration to visit the space with.
Sheridan shared about volunteering for the Brisbane Street Art Festival.
I especially loved the images of Indigenous people with a predominance of the colour orange in them.
I always think of Sally and her hideaway studio tucked away near the rainforest, surrounded by creative friends and mentoring young artists and basket makers.
We would sometimes meet for lunch, especially with friends, like Christine, Pam, Kay and Marcia. I sent greetings to them all via Sally.
Some friends you just always have deep conversations with about, the world, time, people, art and more. And Sally is a treasure. She spent the day helping us clean our home when we were about to move from Murray Upper to Brisbane.
Some friends stand the test of time, and we look forward to catching up with Sally in person when we can.