Thrifty Luxe: Ruby Scanlon on ANZAC Day

Published On May 2, 2013 | By Bernadette Ashley | Thrifty Luxe

Illustrator Ruby Scanlon’s ANZAC Day nod to the fallen was a crown of scarlet remembrance poppies on her glorious red locks, typically striking a balance between ethereal and understated with her signature look (feminine, yet practical, with a Bohemian flourish). When on barista duty at Townsville hipster haunt The Sweatshop, Ms Scanlon invariably knows how to rock the one accessory which costs nothing, but is the most effective of all – a winning smile.

Anzac Day: Ruby.

Photo by Bernadette Ashley, taken at The Sweatshop April 25, 2013.

 

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About The Author

A former journalist with a degree in Visual Arts and a decade's experience in street latin dancing, Ashley is active in many aspects of the Townsville cultural community as an arts and dance writer and reviewer, dance teacher, choreographer and performer, artist, facilitator, board member and collaborator. She has reviewed visual, new media arts and dance for niche arts publications such as Realtime and Imprint, and was the Galleries columnist for the Townsville Bulletin from 2010 until 2012. Ashley is the mother of three sons - one mathematician/physicist and two artist/writers - is obsessed with Cuba, drinks too much coffee, and would like to master Argentine Tango by the time she reaches 80.