Jody Graham is a multidisciplinary artist who uses unconventional tools and approaches when drawing, such as a rocks, bones or wire bound to the back of her hand or a bent umbrella. Jody Graham’s ideas celebrate the broken, displaced and forgotten, speaking to a compulsion to restore and rescue discarded material with an anti-consumerist and recycling ethos.
The judge for the 2020 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing, Dr Felicity Fenner, Associate Professor UNSW Art & Design, has selected 43 works for Perry Prize Exhibition which opens on Friday 27 February and continues til Friday 27 March 2020 at the Adelaide Perry Gallery.
Learn innovative techniques to simplify complicated subjects and help you create contemporary expressive artworks.
Develop drawing and painting skills using mixed media, focusing on a variety of subjects.
Create unique expressive artworks with new and innovative techniques.
Open to beginners, intermediate and advanced participants.
Discover material, techniques and Inspiration form the natural environment to create unique expressive artworks.
The workshop will feature making drawing tools from natural objects and then use these implements for expressive drawings on paper. These tools will generate authentic, interesting and expressive marks.
Two Day Expressive Landscapes Workshop on the Stunning Rosby Wines Estate
The workshop also offers the ultimate art and wine experience. By building a range of other cultural delights into the workshop, Rosby aspires to offer you a truly holistic experience. This includes country style lunches set against an utterly breathtaking backdrop. You’ll feel very much at one with nature in Rosby’s gorgeously rustic mud hut. Perched upon a hill overlooking the picturesque vineyard, you’ll also be treated to an exclusive wine tasting with the vigneron during the workshop. Accommodation in Rosby’s charming hilltop guesthouse is an optional addition well worth looking into and will certainly complete this incredible artist’s retreat.