The devastation of the fire storm that enveloped much of NSW in 2019/20 has provided the genesis for this body of work. From the landscape to the flora and fauna that inhabit it, Graham investigates every nuance, weaving her narrative and deep love of the land into the picture plane. There is optimism in the work from this period. Out of the ashes we find beauty and life—a regeneration of the land and our psyche.
Excerpt – Ralph Hobbs & Nicole Hauser May 2021
Artworks in this exhibition/collection can be viewed online at Nanda/Hobbs Gallery
The inaugural WAMA Art Prize, Works On Paper invites a multi-disciplinary range of nature inspired Australian artists, to celebrate their connectivity with nature and raise awareness of the importance of conserving our precious and unique Australian environment.
The WAMA Art Prize is a biennial award and exhibition showcasing wildlife and nature- inspired art created on or with paper
‘Getting Pinked – Laughing Kookaburra’ selected as a finalist for the WAMA Art Prize. Selected artworks will be exhibited from September 18 – January 31, 2022 at www.wama.net.au.
Image: Jody Graham – ‘Getting Pinked – Laughing Kookaburra’
Nell, Carmen Glynn- Braun, Hayley Megan French, Jody Graham, Rochelle Haley, Kirtika Kain, Claudia Nicholson, Judy Watson and Nypanyapa Yunupingu.
1 Powerhouse Rd Casula NSW 2170 (Enter via Shepherd St)
Tel (02) 8711 7123 www.casulapowerhouse.com Free entry
Open daily – next to Casula train station – free parking available
The birds flight has been a symbol of freedom to man since the dawn of time. During this recent period, when our movement has been restricted and our freedoms curtailed, it seems appropriate to return to this motif. This theme has been chosen as a gathering point for this group show, to allow us to transcend the physical restrictions on our freedom through community and artistic collaboration
Exhibition 12 – 26th March 2021
Open Wednesday to Sunday, 3pm til 5pm
or by appointment on 0423 061 467
The Kollective – 3/1 Kendall Street, Byron Bay.