Work continues at Australian Galleries during the COVID – 19 social distancing times. Though the doors are shut for the time being there is plenty to see online. I was delighted to find my works paired with some exquisite paintings by Pam Tippet. See the collection here: https://australiangalleries.com.au/exhibitions/embrace/
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
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!
Get Happy 2013
140 x 300 cm
Commissioned for Improvisations – six artists six songs, at Wangaratta Art Gallery, October 26 – November 17 2013. Six artists were given a 1.5 x 3m piece of paper & asked to respond to artists performing at the 2013 Wangaratta Jazz Festval. This piece was inspired by (& created while listening to) Monique diMattina’s song Get Happy.
Australian Galleries, Melbourne October 22 – November 10 2013
Flour, Sugar, Rice
2011 Solo exhibition at Muse Gallery of Milawa September 24 – October 17 2011
28 x 20 cm
Finalist in the Silk Cut Award, Glen Eira City Council Gallery, Melbourne September 4 – September 19 2010
The World Beneath
27 x 43.5 cm
Image inspired by discussions with Cate Kennedy about her first novel ‘The World Beneath’, published by Scribe 2009. It is also influenced by ‘Ravens in the snow’, 1904 by Tsuda Seifu.