Elementals, exhibited in This Wild Song, Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn. 1 September – 21 October, 2018

This new series of works was exhibited as part of Ilona Nelson’s project, This Wild Song at Hawthorn Town Hall. The exhibition featured 26 portraits of female artists along with their artwork. Such a powerful commitment to the representation of women in the arts and it was an honour to be part of this exhibition.

Elementals, exhibited in This Wild Song, Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn. 1 September – 21 October, 2018

Filomena Coppola has been exploring the issues of identity, place, the role of women and finding a sense of belonging. Born in regional Victoria to Italian immigrants she explores cultural duality and the space between. Elementals searches for a sense of place and identity, which feels more inclusive. For Coppola, this was a connection with the feminine, mother earth and matriarchal lore. Elementals engages with an awareness that we are part of this turning world and our imprint does have a cumulative affect. She asks us to walk barefoot and become aware that we are part of a continuous cycle of birth, life, death and regeneration. We physically embody the elements, are surrounded by them and need to be responsible contributors to this continuum.

Elementals connects with Earth, Water, Air, Fire and Spirit, both in nature and in a personal context. This work has forced Coppola out of the studio to engage with the environment, visiting places important to her and to examine the notion of time, as her attempts to capture the photographs were thwarted by nature herself. Reminding Coppola that lineal time are of no concern to the elements and the natural movement of the seasons. The pebble forms are made from petrified redgum which are carbon dated to between 5000 and 9000 years, sourced from the Murray River and painted with a Murray Cod – this river meanders through her town of birth. Elementals is a reminder that we inhabit a small moment in time, yet how we utilize this is critical to what we leave behind.

Installation View: Elementals at This Wild Song Exhibition with portrait by Ilona Nelson

Installation View: Elementals at This Wild Song Exhibition with portrait by Ilona Nelson

 

Installation View: Elementals, and me presenting a talk at the opening.

Installation View: Elementals, and me presenting a talk at the opening

 

Elementals - Earth, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

Elementals – Earth, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

 

Elementals – Water, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

Elementals – Water, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

 

Elementals – Fire, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

Elementals – Fire, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

 

Elementals – Air, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

Elementals – Air, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

 

Elementals – Spirit, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

Elementals – Spirit, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

 

Elementals – Fire, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

Elementals – Fire, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

 

Elementals – Water, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

Elementals – Water, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond, redgum and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

 

Detail: Elementals – Spirit, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

Detail: Elementals – Spirit, gouache, petrified redgum, colour photograph on dibond and perspex, 25 x 25 x 9cm, 2017-18

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VIVID, Chapman & Bailey Gallery, 1 – 25 August, 2018

VIVID, Chapman & Bailey Gallery, 350 Johnston Street, Abbotsford, 1 – 25 August, 2018

Sue Beyer, Louise Blyton, Filomena Coppola, Rox de Luca, Ilona Nelson

Colour is often dismissed as having a purely decorative function. In this exhibition colour is used to describe cultural oppositions, emotional states, transformation, self sensoring and the experience of place. The work presents a socially acceptable surface of creative expression, a thin veil which if penetrated reveal five individual her-stories. Stories, which are unique to the individual but shared in experience by many. In this exhibition, colour is a reflector which projects the experience and creates a space for immersion, conversation and reciprocity.

VIVID, Installation View, L-R Rox de Luca and Filomena Coppola

VIVID, Installation View, L-R Rox de Luca and Filomena Coppola

 

VIVID, Installation View, L-R Filomena Coppola and Sue Beyer

VIVID, Installation View, L-R Filomena Coppola and Sue Beyer

 

VIVID, Installation View, L-R Sue Beyer, Louise Blyton and Ilona Nelson

VIVID, Installation View, L-R Sue Beyer, Louise Blyton and Ilona Nelson

 

VIVID, Installation View, L-R Sue Beyer and Rox de Luca

VIVID, Installation View, L-R Sue Beyer and Rox de Luca

 

VIVID, Installation View, in the window Ilona Nelson

VIVID, Installation View, in the window Ilona Nelson

 

Filomena Coppola, Mother Tongue, Romulus and Remus, pastel on paper 80h x 120w cm, 2013

Filomena Coppola, Mother Tongue, Romulus and Remus, pastel on paper 80h x 120w cm, 2013

 

Filomena Coppola, Spiralling, pastel on paper, 80h x 80w cm, 2017

Filomena Coppola, Spiralling, pastel on paper, 80h x 80w cm, 2017

 

 

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Sabbat Fish Release from 2014 surfaces in 2017.

I received a Face Book post asking me if this was one of mine. And, yes it is one of mine. I left it at Spring Equinox, Williamstown Beach, 20 September 2014. I asked the finder if she could share the story of how it came to her hand.

Image that appeared on my Face Book page with the question, "Is this one of yours?"

Image that appeared on my Face Book page with the question, “Is this one of yours?”

This is her story… “The really bizarre part was that it was quiet in the kitchen, usually noisy. The fish had been there for a week apparently. I spotted it and a lady walked from the outside garden, not sure of her name, lots of people work here, but I randomly started a conversation with her. Said I think I this is a friend of mines artwork. She said she had found it walking around Willie Beach, grabbed it, left it on her desk at work for a while then took it to the kitchen thinking someone would appreciate it. It was waiting for me. The randomness of the find and then the randomness of the conversation with the person that found it, that gave me authority to take it. I said did you just put it here, she said no, about a week ago. Now it’s on my life journey. It’s so beautiful. Thank you.”

Fish out of Water - Sabbat Releases. Spring Equinox, Williamstown Beach, 20 September 2014.

Fish out of Water – Sabbat Releases. Spring Equinox, Williamstown Beach, 20 September 2014.

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I Stand Alone at Arcade, 30 August – 16 September, 2017

I Stand Alone, Arcade, Level 1/119 Hopkins Street, Footscray. Wednesday 30 August – 16 September, 2017.

Filomena’s current work explores the role of the feminine within her cultural experience of being born in Australia to Italian immigrant parents. Her upbringing dictated that women should be married, and only when married do they have currency and an attributed value within the community. Unmarried women are perceived as other or remain the responsibility of the father. The value of women as individuals, the equality of women and the acknowledgement of the power of the feminine is the driving force in this work. I Stand Alone  and Here I Am reflect this intensity of belonging to a culture that is still learning to accept women, honour their choices, their feminine strength and their power as unique individuals in this diverse society.

I Stand Alone, pastel on paper, 109h x 75w cm, 2016

I Stand Alone, pastel on paper, 109h x 75w cm, 2016

 

Here I Am, pastel on paper, 109h x 75w cm, 2016

Here I Am, pastel on paper, 109h x 75w cm, 2016

 

Installation View of Filomena Coppola's exhibition I Stand Alone at Arcade, Levels 1/119 Hopkins Street, Footscray. Image: Corinna Berndt

Installation View of Filomena Coppola’s exhibition I Stand Alone at Arcade, Levels 1/119 Hopkins Street, Footscray. Image: Corinna Berndt

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Earthly Tales – Gallery152, York, Western Australia

Earthly Tales brings together three bodies of work to tell a story about migration, the role of the feminine, the environment and place. The works include Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, pastel drawings from the Wallflower Series and collages from the Fish out of Water intervention project which features the sardine painted on gum leaves. This exhibition is my first in Western Australia and introduced my work to a new audience and in a new environment. I was particularly interested in showing Fish out of Water – Murray Cod in its entirety for the first time and to gauge its response amongst a community that is reliant and aware of its own river system, the Avon River. This exhibition was also combined with a two week residency in which I based on the Avon River and the environment. This will result in an exhibition of works in York in October, 2018.

Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

Detail - Goolwa. Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

Detail – Goolwa. Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

 

Detail - Swan Hill. Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

Detail – Swan Hill. Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

 

Detail – Bonegilla. Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

Detail – Bonegilla. Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Installation View, Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, Colour photographs, each 40h x 60w cm, edition of 6, 2015 and Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

Installation View, Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, Colour photographs, each 40h x 60w cm, edition of 6, 2015 and Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, 9 redgum shelves individually etched, 9 colour photographs, and 9 petrified redgum forms and gouache. Each component measures, approximately 23h x 30w x 25d cm, overall dimensions variable, 2015

 

Installation View – Wallflower – Precious Blossom, pastel on paper, 80h x 80w cm, 2010, Wallflower – Meow, make me purr, pastel on paper, 80h x 70w cm, 2011. Fish out of Water – A Visitor, gouache, and pages from "The Reader's Digest Complete Atlas of Australia" 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014. Fish out of Water – Eucalypt, gouache, gum leaves, and pages from "The Reader's Digest Complete Atlas of Australia" 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014. Fish out of Water – Fishing, gouache, gum leaves, and pages from "The Reader's Digest Complete Atlas of Australia" 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014.

Installation View – Wallflower – Precious Blossom, pastel on paper, 80h x 80w cm, 2010, Wallflower – Meow, make me purr, pastel on paper, 80h x 70w cm, 2011. Fish out of Water – A Visitor, gouache, and pages from “The Reader’s Digest Complete Atlas of Australia” 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014. Fish out of Water – Eucalypt, gouache, gum leaves, and pages from “The Reader’s Digest Complete Atlas of Australia” 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014. Fish out of Water – Fishing, gouache, gum leaves, and pages from “The Reader’s Digest Complete Atlas of Australia” 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014.

 

Installation View - Fish out of Water – A Visitor, gouache, and pages from "The Reader's Digest Complete Atlas of Australia" 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014. Fish out of Water – Eucalypt, gouache, gum leaves, and pages from "The Reader's Digest Complete Atlas of Australia" 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014. Fish out of Water – Fishing, gouache, gum leaves, and pages from "The Reader's Digest Complete Atlas of Australia" 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014.

Installation View – Fish out of Water – A Visitor, gouache, and pages from “The Reader’s Digest Complete Atlas of Australia” 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014. Fish out of Water – Eucalypt, gouache, gum leaves, and pages from “The Reader’s Digest Complete Atlas of Australia” 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014. Fish out of Water – Fishing, gouache, gum leaves, and pages from “The Reader’s Digest Complete Atlas of Australia” 1968 edition, 12 x 12 cm, 2014.

Installation View, Wallflower – I can feel you watching me #1, pastel on paper, 50 x 50cm, 2013. Wallflower – I can feel you watching me #2, pastel on paper, 50 x 50cm, 2013. Wallflower – I can feel you watching me #3, pastel on paper, 50 x 50cm, 2013 with Circuit Magazine in the foreground.

Installation View, Wallflower – I can feel you watching me #1, pastel on paper, 50 x 50cm, 2013. Wallflower – I can feel you watching me #2, pastel on paper, 50 x 50cm, 2013. Wallflower – I can feel you watching me #3, pastel on paper, 50 x 50cm, 2013 with Circuit Magazine in the foreground.

 

Review by William Yoeman, The Western Australian, Saturday 15 July, 2017

Review by William Yoeman, The Western Australian, Saturday 15 July, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Farewell York and Gallery152. In the window, Wallflower – The Last Belle, pastel on paper, 80h x 80w cm, 2010

Farewell York and Gallery152. In the window, Wallflower – The Last Belle, pastel on paper, 80h x 80w cm, 2010

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Fish out of Water – Summer Solstice Release, 21 December 2016

I released this fish on December 21, 2016 in the Flagstaff Gardens on a very early summer morning in Melbourne. As I do every year, I put this image up on facebook and a few weeks later received this lovely message from a friend who is a facebook follower and bought one of my favourite drawings close to twenty years ago!!

Fish out of Water - Summer Solstice, 21 December, 2016Fish out of Water - Summer Solstice, 21 December, 2016

Fish out of Water – Summer Solstice, 21 December, 2016

I tried to post a message on your timeline on Christmas morning but think that the eggnog influenced the output. I forwarded your Summer Solstice post to my son who lives just opposite Flagstaff Gardens in the hope that he could snare me a fish. I’ve wanted one ever since I saw the first release and he is a great geocache finder! He texted later that night to say “no luck, it must have gone – sorry dad”! Oh well. It turns out that he is a great fibber and this was presented to me on Christmas morning.

Photo of Fish out of Water - Summer Solstice, 21 December 2016 which was sent to me by the person who discovered this release.

Photo of Fish out of Water – Summer Solstice, 21 December 2016 which was sent to me by the person who discovered this release.

I will set the scene a bit more. We only do simple gifts, often quirky and always inexpensive. Imagine if you will, the bottled up excitement of a loving son saving this for last and watching the surprise and rapture on his fathers face as he realises that dreams sometimes do come true. It was a great family moment! And all due to your vision, skill and enthusiasm. A true example of positive energy building as it expands outward.

Happy new year to everyone – I hope that this year builds on the beautiful energy contained in this exchange.

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Fish out of Water – Murray Cod

In this work Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, I worked with petrified red gum, which is between 5000-9000 years old and sourced from the Murray River. I made nine organic forms – grinding and sanding the wood into forms that are beautiful to hold. The petrified red gum carries within it stories of the Murray River, this continent, its cultural history, and the floods, droughts, fires that have affected this landscape. I feel that each organic form vibrates with the history that it carries. On each, I have painted a Murray Cod – a fish out of water – a comment on this changing continent, its climate, culture and demographic.

I then travelled the length of the Murray River and selected nine locations beginning at Cudgewa Creek and ending where the river runs to the ocean at Goolwa. There are two separate bodies of work in this project – one sculptural and one a photographic documentation of each fish specific to its location. Following are the the nine Murray Cod photographs from Cudgewa Creek, Bonegilla, Boomanoomana, Barmah, Swan Hill, Boundary Bend, Kings Billabong, Lyrup Flats to Goolwa.

1. cudgewa creek, victoria colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

1. cudgewa creek, victoria, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

 

2. bonegilla, victoria colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

2. bonegilla, victoria, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 201 

 

3. boomanoomana, new south wales colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

3. boomanoomana, new south wales, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

 

4. barmah, victoria colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

4. barmah, victoria, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015 

 

5. swan hill, victoria colour, photograph 40h x 60w cm, 2015

5. swan hill, victoria, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

 

6. boundary bend, victoria, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

6. boundary bend, victoria, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

 

7. kings billabong, victoria, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

7. kings billabong, victoria, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

 

8. lyrup flats, south australia, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

8. lyrup flats, south australia, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

 

9. goolwa, south australia, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

9. goolwa, south australia, colour photograph, 40h x 60w cm, 2015

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Fish out of Water – Summer Solstice 2013 – 2021

 

Fish out of Water - Summer Solstice, 2013 - 2021

Fish out of Water – Summer Solstice, 2013 – 2021

Fish out of Water – Summer Solstice is a development from an intervention project that I began at summer solstice, 2013 and continued through summer solstice 2014. I have been painting a lone sardine on a river pebble – the sardine is a reference to the waters near Sardegna and the Port of Napoli – the port where my parents began their journey to Australia. I then released a pebble at each of the eight sabbats. These represent the earth changes of the summer and winter solstice, the equinoxes and the four cross quarters of Lammas, Samhain, Imbolc and Beltane. Often associated with pagan festivals, I am acknowledging this history as well as connecting with the earth changes through out the year; the seasons, light and my own connection to place.

The first fish was released on summer solstice, 21 December 2013 at Elwood Beach. It was released at the edge of the breaking waves and then left behind to be either, swallowed by the sea or picked up by a beachcomber. The second was released at the Greco Roman columns near the Old Exhibition Buildings on Lammas, 1 February 2014, this was a reference to my Italian heritage. The sixth release was at Station Pier, Port Melbourne on Imbloc, 2 August 2014, this is where my parents arrived in Australia. There have been nine releases in total and the final fish in this cycle was released on the summer solstice, 21 December 2014. This project has been extended into a nine year project, Fish out of Water – Summer Solstice where I will release a sardine painted pebble at the summer solstice for each year ending 21 December 2021. The third Summer Solstice release was on 21 December, 2015 at the Speaker’s Corner, Birrurung Marr.

Fish out of Water, Summer Solstice, 21 December 2015, Speaker's Corner, Birrarung Marr

Fish out of Water, Summer Solstice, 21 December 2015, Speaker’s Corner, Birrarung Marr

 

Fish out of Water, Summer Solstice, 21 December 2015, Speaker's Corner, Birrarung Marr

Fish out of Water, Summer Solstice, 21 December 2015, Speaker’s Corner, Birrarung Marr

 

Fish out of Water, Summer Solstice, 21 December 2015, Speaker's Corner, Birrarung Marr

Fish out of Water, Summer Solstice, 21 December 2015, Speaker’s Corner, Birrarung Marr

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Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, the story so far…

Fish out of Water – Murray Cod is a work that documents a physical, cultural and spiritual journey along the length of the Murray River from Corryong through to Goolwa. The journey begins with petrified red gum sourced from the river, which is between 5-900 years old, and has been worked into pebble forms on which I have painted Murray Cod. I have photographed the painted pebble forms at nine locations on the Murray River which refers to an earlier work Fish out of Water – Sabbats . This curent work comments on our sense of place and belonging, the cultural histories the river has supported, and the changing environments from source to Murray Mouth.

The idea for this project developed from Fish out of Water - Sabbats which was an intervention project that I have been working on since Summer Solstice, 2013 and continued through until Summer Solstice 2014. For this piece I painted sardines on river pebbles and released one on each solstice, equinox and cross quarter. These pebbles rest on the petrified.

The idea for this project developed from Fish out of Water – Sabbats which was an intervention project that I have been working on since Summer Solstice, 2013 and continued through until Summer Solstice 2014. For this piece I painted sardines on river pebbles and released one on each solstice, equinox and cross quarter. These pebbles rest on the petrified red gum.

 

The nitty gritty of working the pebble forms out of the petrified redgum. Lots of hours of grinding, sanding, blood, sweat and fortunately no tears!! Instead these are the beautiful raw objects before the finish was applied and the painting of the Murray Cod.

The nitty gritty of working the pebble forms out of the petrified redgum. Lots of hours of grinding, sanding, blood, sweat and fortunately no tears!! These are the beautiful raw objects before the finish was applied and the painting of the Murray Cod.

A very nervous time in the studio trying to work out how to paint the Murray Cod onto the pebble form. This is the first fish that I painted and the first moment that I realized that this project could work.

A very nervous time in the studio trying to work out how to paint the Murray Cod onto the pebble form. This is the first fish that I painted and the first moment that I realized that this project could work.

 

The project has two outcomes. The first is a series of sculptural works and the second is a series of photographs documenting the fish at nine different locations along the length of the Murray River. There was much planning and consulting of maps to work out the nine locations. The number 9 relates to Fish out of Water – Sabbats and represents the year long cycle involved in that work – acknowledging the seasons, the changes of light and the journey that we travel each year.

The project has two outcomes. The first is a series of nine sculptural works and the second is a series of photographs documenting the fish at nine different locations along the length of the Murray River. There was much planning and consulting of maps to work out the nine locations. The number 9 relates to Fish out of Water – Sabbats and represents the year long cycle involved in that work – acknowledging the seasons, the changes of light and the journey that we travel each year.

 

A glimpse at one of the photographs from this series of work. Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, Lyrup Flats, South Australia, 2015.

A glimpse at one of the photographs from this series of work. Fish out of Water – Murray Cod, Lyrup Flats, South Australia, 2015.

 

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Hutchins Art Prize – Works on Paper

Really pleased to be part of this year’s Hutchins Art Prize in Hobart with this work Mother Tongue – Romulus and Remus. The exhibition will open on Tuesday 8 September and is current until Sunday 20 September, 2015 at the Long Gallery, Salamanca Place, Hobart. This is always a great exhibition of contemporary work on paper.

Mother Tongue - Romulus and Remus, pastel on paper, 80h x 120w cm, 2014

Mother Tongue – Romulus and Remus, pastel on paper, 80h x 120w cm, 2014

 

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