Some recent wild paintings about the #anthropomorphic period destined for #exhibition #wastenot curated by @meg_nicolson and opened by Heidi Taylor from @tangaroablue on Friday 26/10/2018 in Warrnambool. #fragment Advertisements
You are invited to view a selection of my artworks at The Other Art Fair between the 27 – 30 October, 2016. These works were made in response to a trip to Paris and Shanghai. More about the artist. I will also be speaking at Artlands Dubbo prior to attending The Other Art Fair. I am really excited about being included in the line up at the Other Art Fair. The Paris works reflect the experiences I had whilst I was there. Paris is […]
Recently one of my artworks was in the Wyndham Art Prize. It is part of a series of works based around stories, from the town i grew up in, in Australia. These works look at the what is hidden over time in the soil. Nobody knows what is real or true anymore and what is myth. I guess, also, it has to do with what was happening in my life at the time. Painting and its subject matter sometimes becomes a way […]
The Exhibition Four FOUR artists are drawn together in their unique response to the environment though their differing artforms as a prelude to the launch of the larger project, Virtual Arboretum Portland on March 28th, 2015. The exhibition features the work of Carmel Wallace (Portland), Sandra Winkworth (Syd), Colleen Hughson (Warrnambool) and Catherine Bailey (Narrawong), and will examine the processes and responses of each of the artists’ to the green space in the town.
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Please click on the images and scroll through. These paintings show my capacity for edgy, dynamic work and innovative use of paint. Sunday won the Waverly Art Prize. In the last five years I have expanded my practice to include installation, video and photography as well. I’m really excited about the possibilities with the Tracing Agnes Goodsir Project.