I was really pleased to be invited to show work at a lovely new art gallery and cultural space in Mansfield. There are four, light filled rooms and a gorgeous, welcoming garden. There will be regular, themed exhibitions with a range of interesting works … all the very best MAG
Eventide – print exchange, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, curated by Rona Green. Exhibition dates 13 May – 3 July 2016
Rona Green regularly works with galleries and artists to curate themed print exchanges. I was thrilled to be invited to participate in Eventide; a period of transition when day meets night. It is an in-between space – a place of transformation. This theme is explored by 31 Australian artists who each consider this magical time through the exacting medium of relief printmaking.
This exhibition will contain all the pieces that were in my Sydney show last year, but I’ve added four new works as well. Looking forward to ‘unveiling’ them at next Friday night’s opening!
Luluc recently performed at the National Gallery of Victoria’s ‘Friday Nights’, in conjunction with the Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei exhibition. Within this interview for the NGV blog, my sister was asked to reflect on many things, including visual art. She mentions our collaborations.
For all the details click here: invitation to the shelf portraits exhibition – all welcome!
There will be a bunch of local artists showcasing their work during the Wangaratta Jazz Festival. I will have a table of printed goodies there. Come and say ‘Hi’ …. just follow the yellow footprints behind the Information Centre to the blue studio. Please click the link below to see our flier!
Lost and found 2015 – this piece is part of Art Dreaming, and exhibition of work by artists from GANEAA (Goulburn North East Arts Alliance). It is current from September 19 – October 18, 2015 @ Wangaratta Art Gallery 2.
This print is made using a lino block that has been cut up, inked separately and put back together, like a puzzle, before printing. Edvard Munch used this process with some of his woodblocks. I like using this approach for compositions with simple shapes and separate blocks of colour. Many of my birds are printed in this way.
Lost and found was my ‘demo’ model for the Puzzle print workshop that I ran for GANEAA and the Across the Arts Festival in May this year.