I am working a lot on this gallery as it needs to be ready for a group exhibition in September. Here is a sneak peak of one of the galleries.
For several years photographic artist Sharon Greenaway with her husband Bill Greenaway travelled the countryside recording WW1 War Memorials as photographs. During this time they met many interesting people at some venues, but often as not many memorials stood alone, often in country towns that were sparsely populated. As the body of work grew, SharonContinue reading “Central Victorians Remember 2015”
https://05-lvl3-pdl.vimeocdn.com/01/3403/1/42016601/97848382.mp4?token=0bb97b9e601ec4f406c9d&expires=1463009755&filename=Imagining%20Mum-HD.mp4&download=1 I am currently in the process of making a short slideshow/video about my current work at the Transient Landscape exhibition in the Old post office, Bendigo. However I thought a link to previous videos may be of interest. Here is the first one.
Getting everything packed for bump in for the Transient Landscape my tummy is all aflutter-twelve months worth of work is finally honed down and ready for the exhibition! And yes I had one last item to produce, this one was made from the summer collection of handmade paper and was only finished this morning! Continue reading “Butterflies are a flutter!”
CASTLEMAINE MARKET ART WINTER EXHIBITIONI was invited to exhibit in this eclectic art exhibition and am delighted to say I have three pieces on display. Everything exhibited is for sale. So head over to the Castlemaine Market Building and enjoy the mix. Some good coffee shops there too, our favourite is on the main road,Continue reading “CASTLEMAINE MARKET ART WINTER EXHIBITION”
Many thanks to Elina Brutska for supplying these pics and allowing me to put them onto my website. Elina is also one of the participants in the exhibition.
Thanks to everyone who came to help celebrate my exhibition at the Bendigo Library as part of the Festival of Cultures. Thank you to Bill Greenaway for these pics.
A tribute to those who died and were injured and served in World War One. In researching for this forthcoming exhibition Bill and I met some lovely people at Mia Mia during their Australia Day celebration.
The world is an amazing mix of colour, both realistically and imaginary. It is what makes our world amazing. I wanted to celebrate this in a localised human way with this exhibition.