06 April 2009
Dave has uploaded a few extra images to his studio to his website along with a short history of his wonderful hand-built studio. It also great to see images of the studio set in the landscape which provides the major subject matter of Dave Groom's paintings and drawings.
Running 1 April to 2 May at Redcliffe City Art Gallery (Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe, Q. Ph: 07 3283 0415), Mod Squad includes work from Elizabeth Shaw, Alexander Lotersztain, Ari Athans, Barbara Heath and more, this touring exhibition also examines the innovative practices of these key creative individuals.
05 April 2009
Selected working drawings for the paintings in the exhibition can be seen on Robert's website.
(Oasis Arcade, Peregian Beach Q. Ph: 07 5448 1255) on Friday 3 April (6-9pm)
and continuing throughout April.
Check out Amos' video on the making of one of these works.
Amos will also be exhibiting at ARTmelbourne from the 16 to 19 April.
"I've done what I could with science. The felt message - that the land needs our respect as much as we need the land for our survival - is not one that science can take to the heart of humanity. Only art can do that; this is why I paint."
Working from aerial photography gathered during her career in ecology, Rosalind paints the beauty of transitory ecologies: wetlands to channel country, and landscapes of the imagination.
The works are a series of interpretive landscape paintings which explore the impact of time & tide on the coastal environment.
The group has been painting together for four years and members have been shortlisted for prizes like Tattersalls and the Churchie. The show opens on Friday 24 April (6pm) and continues to 6 May.
The artists, working in diverse media and styles, are united by their concern for the preservation of rainforest habitat for the cassowary. They highlight the precarious situation for this important umbrella species.
Cheekily by-lined as ‘Art for the Recession’, this exhibition promises a show of formidable works at reasonable prices.
Starting shortly, Cernak will be running slightly unusual contemporary life drawing classes from one of the studios at Redcliffe High School where she is Artist in Residence, and from her Warry Street Studio at Architect Kellermeir.
Susan Buret will be artist in residence at the Ragdale Foundation (Forest Lake, Illinois) in April and May. While away Buret will also be attending Art Chicago and visiting contemporary art spaces in Chicago, New York and Shanghai.
Robyn Bauer is having a show of ceramic sculpture - Homecoming - at the Dalby Regional Gallery opening 2 May. Robyn was born and bred in Dalby.
Pene Edwards and Glenda Charles are exhibiting at Charles Ginn Gallery (181 LATROBE TCE. PADDINGTON, Q. Ph:07 33694156) opening Sunday 5 April (3pm) until 26 April.