tarkine in motion 2017 exhibition
Opening 6pm Friday 21st April - Sunday 30th April 2017
Long Gallery Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart
A group show of multi-disciplinary art works inspired by field trips artists made to takayna/Tarkine supported by Bob Brown Foundation as part of their campaign to have this threatened wilderness area in Tasmania's North West protected by 2020.
my piece was created as a study of all the tiny botanical treausres i found when near Arthur River, i drew my attention away from the magnificent rock formations and poked my nose into the heathlands.
All works are for sale at the exhibition with a percentage going to Bob Brown Foundation to support this campaign.
'Tarkine Flora 1" framed 540mmx620mm - $795 email to enquire firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening 5-7pm Friday 4th November - 13th November 2016
Sidespace Gallery Salamanca Arts Centre
This exhibition features over 30 female artists carefully selected from all over the planet by Hobart emerging artist and curator Laura E. Kennedy. Each was provided with an identically shaped “polygon” panel to work on and the proceeds from sales go to the wonderful Anti-Domestic Violence Charity – White Ribbon.
tarkine in motion
This is an ongoing collaborative arts project playing a part in the campaign to ensure the tarkine/takayna wilderness in north west Tasmania is protected as a national park and world heritage area by 2020. Beginning in 2015 a group of over 70 artists were supported by the Bob Brown Foundation to travel into the Tarkine over the Easter weekend to experience and record the wild and scenic beauty of this area. I am grateful to have been a part of the project and to have been able to experience this landscape and begin to understand it's extraordinary values. In 2016 a small group of us rafted a section of the Huskisson River. We are working on a group exhibition to create a portrait of this stunning but threatened river. Stay tuned, will be sometime in 2018. Many more trips to the river required!
'take me to the water