The Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council commissions Barbara to create a gift brooch. Thursday, Oct 17 2002 

We used an industrial process to half-etch both sides of a stainless steel sheet, after supplying vector (line) artwork. Portion was then industrally plated in Gold and the brooches were assempled in the studio. mal E did the perspex design and art for the box and the embossed sleeve. Our first design & production collaboration that worked a treat.

10 Day Drive & Drop to Sydney and Return Thursday, Oct 17 2002 

We decided to make the trip enjoyable, spend time with stops at spots we had always wanted to visit & lengthy drop-ins at friends along the way. It was also good to take the next stash of retail jewels to present to the staff at Makers Mark in Sydney instead of bundling into an Express Box in the usual haste.

Brisbane Retailers of Barbara Heath Jewellery Thursday, Oct 17 2002 

Currently in 2010, our retailers are Artisan – north of the river and Gallery Store – south of the Brisbane river.

The studio is open for commissions, email us at <barby@co-opones.to> Another Retailers – Brisbane post – click here.

Sue & Kelly – Madison Integrety are now below Benni & Tracey’s salon at 189 Elizabeth Street Phone 3003 0600.

Winter Solstice in our Lansdowne Street backyard – 2002 Thursday, Oct 17 2002 

Here’s the animated gif . . . done back at the time. The messages are tied to the basil animal and that is committed to the fire.I think it was a horse year in 2002?

John Waterman 1935-2002 Thursday, Oct 17 2002 

My inseparable was to be the cover of a memorial CD for John Waterman – produced by Frans De Waard Barbara and John in 1972 on the left & 4 months before his un-timely death in 2002.

ode to tropical skiing . . . Thursday, Oct 17 2002 

this was John Waternam’s favourite poem – by an Australian!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Max Gimblett in NYC asked to see my © Bh skull pin Thursday, Oct 17 2002 

Master Graphic for VRT Systems Thursday, Oct 17 2002 

Interesting corporate repositioning exercise was passed on to me by Michael O’Brien, my friend and NYC illustrator – Rick Meyerowitz and I worked at a visual disclosure –  a graphic device that looked at the VRT enterprise from the inside out. As most jobs these days end up in more training than production, the client took the reins of this material. While I would have done some things differently – it remains a great success for all stakeholders.

We have flicked every client needing web training to Alex Humffray aka Bunch. Business card graphics designed for my web mentor. Wednesday, Oct 16 2002 

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Published shot of the Bob Marshman building for the RAIA Award. Saturday, Oct 12 2002 

Here’s a link to this facade.

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