Lobethal Woollen Mill

The Mill is my muse and the subject of over 100 studies and drawings, some of which are worthy of sharing ►

  • Happy, Healthy & Here

    Happy, Healthy & Here

    “Happy, Healthy & Here” is part of Kendrea Rhodes’ SALA 2022 online exhibition, focusing on Place in Art and art in place.

  • Streetscape


    Streetscape is part of Kendrea Rhodes’ SALA 2022 exhibition. The exhibition focuses on the value of Art in the analysis of Place.

  • Mindful Mill

    Mindful Mill

    “Mindful Mill” is on exhibition during SALA 2022. In this exhibition, Kendrea Rhodes focuses on the value of Art in the analysis of Place.

  • SALA 2022 Exhibition

    SALA 2022 Exhibition

    Kendrea Rhodes’ SALA 2022 in the Kitchen, online exhibition will be live from 1 August. This exhibition focuses on the value of Art in the analysis of Place.

  • Creative Emerging

    Creative Emerging

    A creative emerging. Floating like music, mist and memory from the fog of 2020 and 2021. Lobethal Woollen Mill study #20, “Emerging”.

  • Firefighter’s delight?

    Firefighter’s delight?

    Is the word ‘delight’ inappropriate artistic whimsy? This post discusses the artwork Firefighter’s Delight, its naming, the Cudlee Creek bushfire, memory, and stories.

  • Waves of History: sense of place

    Waves of History: sense of place

    Historical records for the Lobethal Woollen Mill site begin around 1850, however, the area was a gathering place for the Peramangk peoples way before “history” began. “Waves of History” is a nod to a sense of place and community gathering that is counted in thousands and thousands of years, not hundreds. This post discusses another…

  • Painting Place, Prodding Past

    The two year anniversary of the Cudlee Creek bushfire looms. How many ways can you paint place? Can you be connected because you have painted it, thought about it, lived near it?

  • Mill Studies: SALA

    Mill Studies: SALA

    Place Matters: studying ‘place’ throughout time aids belonging and furthers the understanding of the assumptions that drench us. It feeds a love of culture, architectural design, artistic expression and mostly, the people of that time.

  • The Mill at Night

    The Mill at Night

    This painting is a view of Building 21, Lobethal Woollen Mill. The aesthetics of the Mill’s nineteenth century buildings change with the time of day, the weather and my own mood.

  • The Mill at Noon

    The Mill at Noon

    It’s the midday light in this panoramic fisheye view of Building 21 that emphasizes the architectural beauty and vivid colours of the Lobethal Woollen Mill buildings.

  • Building 16 – Lobethal Woollen Mill

    Building 16 – Lobethal Woollen Mill

    It has always been about the people and the community – that’s what makes it a welcoming home.

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