Wednesday, February 29, 2012

MOSS GROTTO through the eyes of SEPIA


 Using a sepia lense always adds such a different feel to a standard colour snap.
The following images taken in store today & are some of my favourite spots.
I've also included a few behind the scene snaps from my mood board.It includes fashion images, family and more.

Saturday, February 18, 2012


A talented friend of mine, CATHY PENTON from
 Cathy Penton Atelier posted a few wonderful interior shots of white images on her business facebook page today.
Interior shots I wanted to share.
I have to agree, there's something about having a "weakness for white!"
When I met my husband John, my close female cousins all asked if I picked the house before the man. Our home is "ALL WHITE".
 "Of course not" I said.
There's something completely calming about the palette WHITE - Easy to add colour to or simply white on white.
White doesn't limit you. It leaves you with a blank canvas.
A canvas that has no limits.A canvas to really PLAY with!
I hope you enjoy the following images as much as I did.
Alex O'Halloran - Moss Grotto

Thursday, February 16, 2012

MOSS Industry WEDDINGS - The OTTENS Wedding

  Behind the scenes with
My favourite things...........

Nikole Ramsay captures behind the scenes at Sarah and Brad Ottens dreamy wedding located in the most picturesque barn in Wallington.Nikole's wonderful talents have captured those "natural moments" that make a great photographer!
Danielle, my beautifull sister, who runs MOSS Industry Weddings 
creates a floral installation that takes your breathe away.

I love this shot!! Natural and fun!Danielle arrives ready to start the Ottens wedding.

Danielle and her close friend Deb from
 Husk Flowers work their magic!

Sarah's collection of antique cutlery and china tableware add to the prettiness.

Brad & Sarah Ottens

Wednesday, February 15, 2012


My Corners continue............

I love this painting! She has so much feeling.Sitting a little lonely on our hallway floor at the moment.She was dropped and so her frame has come loose.Another job to do!

This shot is taken in my husbands office.The aboriginal boy was shot by me on a trip to Darwin.

Johns office corner......

My Grandmother was a brilliant designer and creator of handbags.This one hangs safely next to a wonderful French print I purchased a long time ago from Camberwell Market.

You can never ever have enough books!
I don't believe in electronic books!!

This shot is a corner of my precious glassware collection.Started in my 20's and still going.

This large etching was purchased for $5!!!!  Finished in pencil  - the childlike feel was an instant attraction for me.A little knight sits on his horse. Smaller etching of Japanese child.

This incredible old medicine ball is one of my favourites.My husband John never throws anything out.....but this almost went to the tip.Think of how many hands have passed this ball.
It now sits on top of our book shelf and I never tire of looking at it!

Long stem pink roses are a favourite of mine.
My sister Danielle of Moss Industry Weddings thinks of me all the time.

Hall way,artwork and hydrangeas.Beautiful!