Landscape in Perspective, Jill Kempson’s Oeuvre, by Patrick Le Chanu, translated by Karine Le Chanu

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One of the pleasures of retirement is being able to join the University of the Third Age, known everywhere as U3A.  I belong to the Glen Eira branch, where I have learned—at last! to do cryptic crosswords, and I’ve also done a bit of teaching myself (Indonesian for Beginners, and a couple of fill-in ESL lessons for adult learners).  But my favourite thing to do with U3A is being part of the group that visits Melbourne galleries to see current exhibitions. The group is coordinated by Lee Hirsh who is herself an artist (see here) and we have seen some wonderful art this year…

Our most recent excursion was to the Embroiderers Guild Art Deco exhibition where I was in heaven admiring the amazing needlework of these talented artists.  My photos aren’t great because they were just taken with my phone, but you should be able to see why…

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