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A lot happens in the making of art and I often toss around the idea – what is art? Is it the painting/ drawing/ sculpture/ installation, multi media etc. produced by the creative process or is the ‘Art’ already happening in the creative process?
This blog site will not cover all of my creative process but will offer a glimpse behind the final works produced.
Open Day – BigCi – Bilpin https://bigci.org
Hopechest – Newtown 240cm x 180cm 2016
5 December 2015 – 31 Janurary 2016
78 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148
(02) 9839 6558
Detail of Aware, No 1
WWork from Blacktown Artsist Residency
Clockwise – 1. Car Par Treasures /2. Salvage 1/ 3. Leftovers / 4.Weely Planner
The Tim Olsen Drawing Prize has established a reputation for its commitment to encouraging excellence and promoting drawing practice and research at our faculty, UNSW for 14 years. The Tim Olsen Drawing Prize has been a joint initiative since 2001, led by the Department of Drawing and Painting, School of Art at COFA and continuously supported by Tim Olsen Gallery and now by the new venture – Olsen Irwin. Tim Olsen Drawing Prize 2015, now in its fifteenth year is open to all current Postgraduate (Master by course work, Master by research, and PhD) and Honours students across the school. The open exhibition is a platform to showcase their work and contribute to the dialogue and understanding about drawing.
Finalist in the 2015 Outback Open Art Prize
Selected Finalist in Re-Magine 2015 with work Let Your Fingers Do The Walking.
Re-magine 2015 is an expansion of the Returned to Glory competition that Hornsby Shire Council has been running in partnership with Hornsby Art Society and sponsored by Cleanaway (our waste contractor) since 2009.
Exhibition will be held from 10 June – 28 June 2015.
Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre 25 Edgeworth David Avenue (Willow Park) Hornsby
Awarded First Prize – Mixed media Category.
Jody Graham Let Your Fingers Do The Walking Mixed media (Yellow Pages) 1m x 1m 2015
2015 Calleen Art Award
Work After the fires finalist in 2015 Calleen Art Award
The Calleen Art Award is an acquisitive national painting prize in any subject and style. The award was established in 1977 by Patricia Fagan OAM and is made possible by the generous support of the Calleen Trust. The winner of the 2015 Calleen Art Award will receive $19,000 in prize money and their painting will join the Calleen Collection at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery. An entered artwork must be the original painting by the artist in any subject, style and painting medium including oils, acrylic or watercolour.
Announcement of the winners of the Awards will take place at the Official Gala Opening and Exhibition Preview on Saturday 2 May 2015. Exhibition dates are Sunday 3 May to Sunday 16 June 2015.
The Cowra Regional Art Gallery is a cultural facility of the Cowra Shire Council
Tue – Sat: 10am – 4pm
Sun: 2pm – 4pm
Mon: By appointment
General Admission Free
77 Darling Street Cowra 2794 NSW
(02) 6340 2192
7- 30 March 2015 – Lost Bear Gallery www.lostbeargallery.com.au
Exhibition Opening Saturday 7 March 2015, 2 – 4pm
The St George Art Awards 2014 is a national competition open to all Australian residents. To be eligible, artists must produce work which responds to the theme: Transformation*
Exhibition dates of finalists’ works
Saturday 18 October – Sunday 14 December 2014
St George Art Prize 2014 and St George 3D Art Prize:
Hurstville City Museum & Gallery
14 MacMahon Street, Hurstville NSW 2220
‘After the Fires’ Ink, acrylic, bitumen on paper 60 cm x 145 cm 2014 – Highly Commended
George St, Sydney’ Ink, acrylic, collage, charcoal on paper 125 cm x 113 cm 2014