Tuesday, August 24, 2010

The Forest for the Trees
Exhibition at Kurb Gallery - August 21st - 27th, 2010

A big Thank You and Respect to the artists I collaborated with - Alana, Natalie, Rosie and Sophia for being so committed to your art practice (in all the forms it takes.)

Thank You to The Kurb Gallery for having our show and for providing a space we can afford! for independent art exhibitions.

We sold a number of pieces and we could not do our work without your ongoing support for our Art - Thank You for coming and supporting us!

Elder by Sophia Zielinski

The Old Marri Tree by Fern York

Bugs by Rosie Vinicombe 

She lived in the forest and now she lives where the forest used to be (dollshouse) 
by Alana Grant

Leaves by Rosie Vinicombe

Poison Fruit by Natalie Williamson

Nest by Sophia Zielinski

Sapling by Natalie Zielinski

Cocoon by Natalie Williamson

Cocoon (detail) by Natalie Williamson

Tea for the Fae by Sophia Zielinski

Tea for the Fae by Sophia Zielinski

Earth changing - Desertification, by Alana Grant

Alana and Ruby - with Bugs by Rosie Vinicombe 

 Earth Mammas by Alana Grant

Brian and Katrina with Saplings by Natalie Williamson

 Bugs (various) by Rosie Vinicombe

Jasper on Bongo, Brian on Guitar Fern's Trees (various) with Gill and Jane

Friends with work by Sophia Zielinski, Rosie Vinicombe and Fern York

Big Karrak by Rosie Vinicombe

Thank You for supporting us!

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Ocean Inspired Art Exhibition

August 14 & 15, 2010

My piece ' Orange Roughy' was inspired by the endangered deep see Orange Roughy Fish...

A marine themed Art exhibition in Victoria Park. All work on display is for sale to support both the Artist’s and the campaign to protect our unique South West Marine life. The exhibition is an awareness raising and fundraising event for the Save our Marine Life campaign.

Save Our Marine Life is an unprecedented collaboration of Australian and international conservation organisations working to protect and secure Australia’s unique marine life. Less than 1% of WA’s South West marine life is protected. Our political leaders will be making big decisions about this in the next couple of weeks – we need to make it clear that 1% protection is not enough.

Where: Victoria Park Centre for the Arts at 12 Kent St East Victoria Park. When: Opening night is at 6pm on the 14th of August. The work will be on display on both the 14th and 15th of August.

Kanuguba Fundraiser at Stacco in Sydney was a Hit!