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FOR WEEK BEGINNING
MARCH 31, 2015
The fulfilment of tasks and responsibilities
is at the top of the list during April 1-3.
Your diet seems to be a factor, amongst
other things, during this time. Your mind
is more organised and thoughts very clear
during April 2, 3, making it easier to make
decisions and organise important matters
connected to studies, career interests,
legalities and travel.
April 1-3 should be a time when Taurus
should be seeking pleasurable activities.
The most enjoyment comes from
spending time with loved ones. Taurus'
practical approach to financial interests
and ability to effectively communicate
will benefit them during April 2, 3, making
it excellent for negotiating loans and
If Gemini is with anyone during April 1-3,
it will be family members who will be
taking priority. You'll also be involved with
practical domestic matters. An earthy
rapport exists between you and others
during Thursday and Friday, allowing for
the growth of trust and the establishment
of worthy associations. Build on existing
You should be on the move, mixing
with neighbours and friends during
the course of April 1-3. Your mind is
alive with activity, stimulated by news,
conversations and messages. The
opportunity for long-term, reliable work
exists during April 2, 3, although this work
will require commitment, endurance, and
some self-sacrifice. There is scope for
Financial considerations are likely to set the
tempo of your daily activities during April
1-3. Leo needs to keep an eye open for those
regular pitfalls. Leonine individuals will be
presented with valuable work opportunities,
chances to enjoy life and expand their
talents, as well as to form/maintain a
significant personal relationship during
April 2, 3.
Your home is your haven and your family
your strength during April 2, 3. You'll use
opportunities then to strengthen and
protect that and those most important
things and people in your life.
During April 1-3 Libran natives are likely
to be reminiscing about the past. It's also
a good time to look for a better way of
doing things in the future. Librans need to
be thoroughly organised during April 2, 3,
and that they will be. Consequently, daily
life necessarily moves at a slower pace as
attention is paid to detail.
Excellent results await your efforts. April 1-3 is
a fairly social time promoting good feelings all
around. It is also a great time for visualising,
planning and implementing your goals in life.
April 2, 3 is a good time to negotiate pay deals
and apply for jobs. Your attention to detail and
your sense of commitment will assist you in
Your mind is stimulated with social contact
between March 31 and April 15. Some of you
will be particularly drawn to one individual
with whom there is good communication.
You'll be reflecting on where you are
heading with your life during April 1-3. It's
likely that you will indulge in pleasurable
emotionalism then. Events of April 2, 3 tend
to stimulate feelings of vulnerability in
Capricorn natives. You need some time off
to deal with these issues or to think them
through more thoroughly.
Your thoughts will drift to faraway places during
April 1-3. This is also an excellent time for study
as your mind is primed to receive information.
Events of April 2, 3 tend to stimulate feelings
of vulnerability in Capricorn natives. You
need some time off to deal with these issues
or to think them through more thoroughly.
You should be deep in thought about the
meaning of life during April 1-3. Generally,
this is a good time to reach deep within your
soul for answers. Aquarian natives are in the
process of establishing new long-term goals
at the moment, and will be making decisions
and reflecting on ways to achieve them
during April 2, 3.
Feelings of love, companionship and children
will be uppermost in the minds of Piscean
individuals during April 1-3, influencing their
decisions. This is a fortunate time for you.
Piscean individuals will be playing by the
rule book in career matters during Thursday
and Friday as they strive for attainment.
Traditional pathways seem to work best.
© ALISON MORONEY, 2015 | ASTROLOGER@ALISONMORONEY.COM
FILM REVIEW: BIG EYES
When opposing worlds collide
Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz in the film Big Eyes.
The big screen
Picasso, Warhol and Dali are artists
we know. Margaret Keane may be
Her name may not be familiar but
you will probably have seen her
paintings of girls with oversized
Keane and husband Walter were
the first to mass produce their
paintings as posters and postcards for
those who could not afford the
They meet in San Francisco after
Margaret leaves her husband and
chooses life as a single mother.
At first, Margaret and Walter's
mutual love nurtures one another.
Walter encourages Margaret's
naive paintings of droopy, dark-eyed
girls although her paintings are held
in disdain by purveyors of artistic
good taste such as New York Times art
critic John Canaday.
When people start buying her
paintings, Walter assumes artistic
ownership while Margaret secretly
produces the artworks, which strains
Strictly speaking, Margaret was the
painter and Walter was the business
mind. Margaret is an introverted soul
who subverts her desire for public
recognition while expressing herself
through the eyes in her paintings.
Big Eyes outlines the struggle
between artistic integrity and personal
Burton's vision of 1950s suburban
life is imbued with a sense of
restrained living and constrained
Big Eyes locates Burton's twisted
vision, including accentuating the
actors eyes, saturating the colours and
composing shots as if they are
paintings, in 1950s California when
many cultural rules were about to be
exploded by the social revolution of
Margaret is brave yet weak. She
allows herself to be suppressed.
Although the moral and social
conventions of the time have not been
fully broken, her liberation and belief
in herself are imminent.
Big Eyes exhibits the unique vision
of two artists, one a painter and the
other a filmmaker, through distinctive
stylistic approaches to their respective
Big prints challenge
Print By Numbers is on show at Canberra
Contemporary Art Space until April 12.
Daniel Savage's new exhibition, Print by Numbers, will
launch on Thursday at 6pm at the Canberra Contemporary
Art Space in Manuka.
The showcase of 16 life-sized portraits demonstrates
Savage's exploration of photo processes on plastic vinyl.
The works probe audiences to question how and why we
perceive people in different ways.
Savage uses his art to critique society's attitude towards
gender, race, ability, sexuality, belief and the human body.
Audio descriptions, braille, and large print gallery
sheets are available upon request at the gallery space.
Print by Numbers will be on show from April 2-12
at Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Manuka.
Details at ccas.com.au.
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