We had many amazing live shows in 2023 and we are bring more to Blue Eye Dragon in 2024, including a serious of B.E.D. Talks with fasinating personalities... First up is our very own matriarch, Jade Huang, or as everyone knows her “Mum or Ama (grandma)”. Together with Muriel, they will talk through the secrets & tips of cooking Taiwanese cuisine, the Blue Eye Dragon way.
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Taiwanese cuisine is a mixing pot of the best flavours from China with influence from Japan. The blending of provincial cuisines in innovative ways is what gives Taiwanese food balance, intrigue and morishness. At Blue Eye Dragon you'll discover the joy of home style Taiwanese cuisine; local ingredients, treated with care, cooked with love and served with a smile.
Geoffrey is an abstract expressionist painter who creates bold, large scale artworks capturing the kinetic energy of subjects. Painting in mixed media, primarily acrylics, his artwork is about a spirit world where the creatures reveal their unique experiences and souls through an organic process. Their moments imagined on the canvas in often vibrant colours and textures. He shares experiences from his 30 years of hand drawing and concept design as an award winning architect, musician and singer songwriter. He is truely a multi-disciplinary artist.
Born in Tasmania in the 60’s, Geoffrey’s pathway to art practice has come from an inherent sense of loss and grief from his birth and upbringing.It’s a central theme running through his subconscious and lifelong search for identity.His experiences through his adopted family life and unreconciled search and loss has shaped him immeasurably.
Geoffrey spent his formative teenage years in California by the American River in one of the first Rudolph Steiner Schools in the 1970s - the energy and spirit of this America, a strong memory for him. Hidden in the stars in the vivid desert skies were the mystical creatures of his childhood. He was taught to trace the dots and find the souls in a Native American dreamtime akin to our Australian Indigenous narratives. His Art often reflects on how cultures across the world, search for their own meaning and identity by reminiscing about their own dreamtime
“The LOVELESS COLLECTION“
Explores mixed media techniques and applications over signature strokes. The theme that pervades this work still captures dynamic movement on the canvas of Geoffrey’s beloved spirits and creatures whilst exploring larger abstract aerials and landscapes. Mixed media highlights in copper patina, gold, silver or rose gold paint make some of these originals on canvas interactive pieces in the daylight - a constant play on reflecting light.