Margaret Olley was the quintessential Australian artist with universal appeal. She had a life-long romance with travel and from the late 1940s to the early 1970s, a sketchbook was almost always at hand to capture the scenes that presented themselves to her. Studies from outdoor sketching sessions reveal Olley’s passion for the world around her, beyond the more familiar still life and interior subjects.
The many sketches and monotypes she produced are ‘travel notes’, but they are the notes of an artist as bold in her approach to her medium as to life itself.
The main calendar range is the Wall Calendars which measure 320 x 230 mm. Each month has boxes for each day to record your diary dates. Calendars are twin loop wire bound and hang from the top.