Sunday, February 28, 2010
Late last year the mysterious Moth Women finally returned to their place of origin after an extensive tour with the Geelong Gallery/NETS Victoria exhibition The enchanted forest - new gothic story tellers during 2008-2009. We have only recently unpacked them and displayed them in a new hang, along with some newer members of the growing Moth Women community.
Pictured below this is a recent studio still life, featuring painted papier mache moth masks completed to date.
On Friday afternoon, February 26, we were also delighted to welcome back to the studio two of our favourite people and artists, Paul Compton and Priscilla Ambrosini.
Sunday, February 21, 2010
An exhibition and exchange portfolio of prints by 52 contemporary Victorian artists. Curated by Rona Green.
Participating artists: Rosalind Atkins, Louise Blyton, Eolo Paul Bottaro, Mirranda Burton, Joel Casemore, Jazmina Cininas, Michael Cleary, Annette Cook, Glenn Dalton, Graeme Drendel, Dianne Ellis, Michael Fitzgerald, Rodney Forbes, Belinda Fox, David Frazer, David Gatiss, Rona Green, Andrew Gunnell, Juli Haas, Gregory Harrison, Euan Heng, Jackie Hocking, Clare Humphries, Yuho Imura, Christopher Jones, Shane Jones, Sheridan Jones, Tim Jones, Adrian Kellett, Martin King, Deborah Klein, Peter Lancaster, Bruno Leti, Marco Luccio, John Marshall, Rebecca Mayo, Daniel Moynihan, Jim Pavlidis, Graeme Peebles, Cat Poljski, Melissa Proposch, Jonas Ropponen, John Ryrie, Annelise Scott, Heather Shimmen, Sophia Szilagyi, Deb Taylor, 13.4.13, Kylie White, Stephen Wickham, Deborah Williams, Joel Wolter.
Images (from top:)
Amerila alberti Moth Mask, 2009, linocut with hand colouring, 15 x 15 cm by Deborah Klein
Participating artists Jim Pavlides and Shane Jones at exhibition opening.
Background: Almost Always There by Kylie White, untitled by Glenn Dalton, Je me souviens by Anneslise Scott, til death do us part by Rebecca Mayo, the wheel, by Marco Luccio and Bei Gao by Cat Poljski
Installation view (1). Photograph by Rona Green
Installation view (2). Photograph by Rona Green
The exhibition runs from 30 January - 14 March 2010.
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