Monthly Archives: May 2015

DNA – Family Tree

DNA – Family Tree   Deborah Gower 2015 Fromelles Once Lost, Never Forgotten Earthenware   The curve of the upturned diggers hat is a symbolic line between the digger and the DNA process. Hands reach out and faces peer out … Continue reading

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Found

Found Deborah Gower 2015 Fromelles Once Lost, Never Forgotten Earthenware   Eight pits were excavated in Pheasant Wood, Fromelles in an effort to identify the bodies of soldiers buried in mass graves after the Battle of Fromelles 19/20 July 1916.  … Continue reading

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Laid to Rest

Laid to Rest Deborah Gower 2015 Fromelles Once Lost, Never Forgotten Earthenware   The Battle of Fromelles 19/20 July 1916 was fought on the Western Front.  Australia suffered some 5,533 Killed, Wounded or Missing in just 24 hours.  250 Australians … Continue reading

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Explode

Explode   Deborah Gower 2015 Fromelles Once Lost, Never Forgotten Earthenware   “The Australian Brigades moved out on the evening of the 16th July, many men suspecting the soundness of the rushed preparations.  Only those in the first two waves … Continue reading

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Somewhere in France

Somewhere in France (Quelque part en France) Deborah Gower 2015 Fromelles Once Lost, Never Forgotten Earthenware Mixed Media A bed of Blue, White and Red material symbolises the French Flag and the country where many Australian boys fought and died. … Continue reading

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A Basket of flowers

Todays flower basket workshop with some of the creative ladies of Fromelles. Merci my friends. I love crafting ceramic flowers and the wonderful inhabitants of Fromelles made the afternoon such a fun and pleasant day. xxx

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Playing bowls – Pentanque

<meta http-equiv=”X-Frame-Options” content=”DENY” />// // // After a totally amazing day at my Exhibition at Cobbers, interview and photos with a French journalist, some more of my work being sold, meeting some fantastic people who came to visit and more … Continue reading

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