Jody Graham is a multidisciplinary artist that celebrates the broken and forgotten, reflecting her long nurtured need to restore and rescue.
Witness exhibition – Jody Graham’s lasting fascination with birds began as an almost involuntary response to sounds, the warbling of magpies and the strange desolate cries of crows. Sounds that come to our ears unbidden, reminding us that we are watched and witnessed from above, from all directions. excerpt from catalogue essay by Dr Bill Schaffer.
Exhibition works, artist statement and full catalogue essay with link below.
31 August – 22 September 2019
Exhibition opening Saturday 31 August 3 – 5pm
Lost Bear Gallery
98 Lurline Street
Art Workshops in Halls Gap Victoria.
2 day workshop – Drawing Connections to the World Around You.
Explore innovative techniques in drawing and mixed media. Connect with what inspires you from the Grampians environment and work towards making unique, sensitive works.
4 day workshops – Life Drawing for Everyone.
Intensive 4 day workshop exploring drawing the human body in new inventive ways. Take charge of areas that have confounded us and emerge with new knowledge and skill set to draw the human figure.
Chrissie Cotter Gallery – 27 February – 10 March 2019
Opening night Wednesday 27th February 6 – 8pm.
Opening night 7pm – Impromptu Performance musician, visual & performance artist – ‘Share Zone’
Nikki Heywood, Mark Cauvin, Alyson Bell and Jody Graham.
31A Pidcoock St, Camperdown NSW 2050
Gallery Hours Thursday – Sunday 11am – 4pm
11.30am Sunday 3rd March – Impromptu performance writing, drawing and music – ‘Talking Paper’
Lloyd Fell, James Jeffery, Laurence Williams and Jody Graham
1pm – Saturday 9th March – Automatism – Blindfolded – ‘In the Cover of Darkness’ – Jody Graham
Sponsered by the Inner West Council and
Sculptures at Scenic World 2019 celebrates its eighth exhibition transforming the natural Jurassic rainforest with world class sculptures.
The exhibition is held over 30 days from April 12 – May 12 2019