Between the shadows and forgetting
Tyvek, foamcore, tape
260cm x 460cm x 220cm
See the full gallery here.
I am at the Lock-Up Cultural Centre in Newcastle doing a residency for the next two weeks (until 21 May) and then doing another stint in late August-early September.
The project and The Lock-Up’s Artist in Residence program is proudly supported by ArtsNSW, The University of Newcastle and the Hunter Street Art School, TAFE.
For the duration of the residency, I will be keeping a blog. I haven’t kept a blog since my ‘Disenchanted Mongolian Pony’ blog about 10 years ago. This one will be a lot less self-indulgent, I promise you. Visit www.emmainnewcastle.blogspot.com.au to see how my residency is going.
5 – 29 March 2014
Celebration Drinks 3-5pm Saturday, 15 March 2015
John Buckley Gallery
114 Bendigo Street
Prahran Victoria Australia
Gallery opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday 12 – 5pm or by appointment
More information on the exhibition
Archival paper, balsa, mirrored acrylic and glue
69.5 x 69 cm (framed)
It’s been a long standing hope of mine to work with the amazing Amanda Henderson and her team at Gloss Creative… and I got my wish at Christmas 2013!
With Ross Sabatini, I provided artwork for the installation at QV, “Dream a little dream”.
See the pictures on the Gloss Creative blog. Thank you Amanda!
The exhibition “Myths and Legends of the World” at Aram Nuri Art Museum in Goyang, South Korea continues until 2 March 2014.
You can see my works ‘Goyang Series’ here. They are inspired by the story of King Anjang and Beautiful Hanju, who fall in love when he is a spy in her city, and must overcome adversity before they are united and Hanju becomes his queen.
… at a work which will be included in my upcoming solo show at Olsen Irwin Gallery in Sydney. It opens on 13 March 2013.
Archival paper, foamcore and glue
46 x 23 cm
The Year of the Bird exhibition, curated by Caelli Jo Brooker and Helen Hopcroft, opened on Saturday 23 February 2013 at Maitland Regional Gallery in Maitland, NSW. It is a group exhibition that explores bird imagery in art and features some of my work, as well as the work of fellow paper cutter Pamela See and many other talented artists.