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Isiiad (I saw it in a dream) is an arts and design blog. It is centred in Warrandyte and the surrounding Yarra Valley but will go where ever my creative spirit takes me… so Warrandyte to the world. Creator and blog owner is Jeannette Davison.

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New York Lights

New York Lights The New York collective electricity bill for lighting must be off the scale. Cruise down Fifth Avenue around Christmas time and you get a sense of it. These… More…

Interior Designers

Interior Designers - work in progress. More…

Lazy Sunday

Lazy Sunday Last week saw the windy weather play havoc with my internet connection. If emails were returned to you that's the reason. I'm obviously back in business now and… More…

Chair of the Board-Morag Fraser

Chair of the Board- Morag Fraser It's true to say that over the last month and a bit, I've fallen completely and utterly in love with Montsalvat. If you've read the Montsalvat… More…

David Corstorphan Glassmaker

The Little Glass Factory I really really want one of these. It wont be any surprise that the maker is a chef turned glass maker. His name is David Corstorphan. It's such a fun… More…

"Lascelles"

"Lascelles" I've been wanting to feature homes and interiors since I started Isiiad. I'm so happy that Helen and Wayne Lascelles' house at Panton Hill is the first. It's a… More…

Michael Peck-Archibald Finalist 2012

Michael Peck-Archibald Finalist 2012 Michael Peck Self-portrait in the image of my son, 2012 oil on linen 206 x 237.5cm ©Michael Peck Archibald Finalist 2012 Did I use the word… More…

Victor Greenaway

Victor Greenaway "The passage that most caught my attention in Tim Jacob's introduction to the 2005 book celebrating the ceramic works of Victor Greenaway concerned that moment of… More…

Choir update

Choir update Just in case you're wondering, Moon's a Balloon managed to get a standing ovation after belting out Leonard Cohen's 'Anthem'. There wasn't a dry eye in the house...… More…

Yarra Valley Open Studios Exhibition Opening

Yarra Valley Open Studios Exhibition Opening Last year Gayle De Angelis'© piece was made from recycled ties...this year it's gloves. Three things stand out with the Yarra Valley… More…

Malcolm Peel's labyrinthine studio reflects his work.

Malcolm Peel's labyrinthine studio reflects his work. Labyrinth is the best word to describe Malcolm Peel's studio. 'Invitations' to walk up and down the corridors and explore the… More…

jan preston

Jan Preston When I was young, my dear old Dad introduced me to Dixieland Jazz. Whenever it came on the radio he would get this big grin on his face and point out features of the… More…

Potters Cottage: a tribute

Potters Cottage: a tribute Sylvia Halpern© 1918 - 2008 In days gone by, Warrandyte was synonomous with the Potters Cottage (1958 - 2004). So what better exhibition to open the new… More…

New Montsalvat Studio for Jeanette Dyke

New Montsalvat Studio for Jeanette Dyke More…

Simon Baigent

Simon Baigent at Montsalvat Simon has lived and worked at Montsalvat since 1973. He is tightly woven into the fabric of the place. Staff at The Meeting Pool (Montsalvat's… More…

Montsalvat's Peacocks

Montsalvat's Peacocks I've succumbed to the beauty of Montsalvat's peacocks. The much loved, oft photographed peacocks were on display when I visited a week ago and I couldn't… More…

Sand pit

Copyright THIS ENTIRE SITE © 2010-2012 Isiiad. ALL OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS and written material HEREIN, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ARE COPYRIGHTED BY isiiad. NO PART OF THIS SITE, OR ANY… More…

New York Rainwater Tanks

New York Rainwater Tanks I've been fascinated with New York rainwater tanks since I saw pictures of Rupert Murdochs apartment in Soho. The design of it's makeover (masterminded by… More…

Metal Madams and Mad Moments

Metal Madams and Mad Moments This exhibition is pure unadulterated fun! As the title suggests, it includes metal, a touch of madness and just a tiny hint of kinky. Add to that the… More…

First Train to Allwood

First Train to Allwood "The first train to Allwood [now Hurstbridge] arrived on June 25th 1912 and we're going to yarnbomb a fence to celebrate". So say the organisers of this… More…

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