Exhibition 2020

Linda Fish

Linda Fish The Tree Hugger Unique cast Bronze (no edition) H57 X W20 X D15cm I have used various materials, techniques and processes and often use the casting technique, making moulds which are then cast with cement, acrylic co-polymer or bronze. When I am not making sculptures I like to carve linocuts which I hand …

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Nic Mason

Nic Mason Brush-tailed rock-wallaby (wirrang) scat strip I Water colour, charcoal and conte crayon on paper, 15 x 127 cm (framed 28.5 x 153.5 cm). Brush-tail rock-wallaby wirrang scat strip I sits with a number of series of works that I created during 2019. These series were created as part of or in conjunction with: Art …

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Michelle O’Connor

Michelle O’Connor Sounds of Significance Audio. Duration: 3 min. My research and practice in concerned with community – place and people. In particular, how we listen to our community and what our community sounds like.  I am influenced by Kate Lacey’s notion of listening out, where listening to unfamiliar stories from unfamiliar places can encourage …

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Claire Baker

Claire Baker

Claire Baker broken (n)aimless Mixed media work (foam packing sheets, op-shop sourced Sylko Size A embroidery thread, Velcro adhesive dots, broken shells, pebbles, glass splinter, ink. Dimensions: 59 cm x 71 cm My work reflects a desire to make a commentary on contemporary life by drawing on my studies of art history and various creative …

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Tracy Sorensen

Tracy Sorensen Listen to your body (2020) Crocheted wool and acrylic yarn, approx. 40cm x 26cm x 10cm. In 2014, when I was diagnosed with Stage 3C primary peritoneal cancer, I picked up my crochet hook. I created a set of abdominal organs, soft and three dimensional, along with two pom-poms tumours. The task was …

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