Storytorch Press, Canberra 2020 Produced with the assistance of crowd funding
Ostensibly a picture book about the many places of interest for tourists and others in Canberra, our bush capital is also a forceful statement about community, about the importance of memories for families and about the value of sharing our own childhood joys with our children and grandchildren. It’s about the notion of home.
Porcelain ceramics and watercolour paintings Opening Saturday 8th February 2020, 3-5 pm. All welcome. Continues until 15 March 2020
Jo Victoria’s porcelain works are delicate, light and translucent. She uses carved-out lines, marks and holes to portray environments etched by the ocean.
Top image: Jo Victoria, Pierced Bowls (detail), slip cast porcelain, sizes variable, 2019.
by the drama of light and inherent patterns in nature, Stefan Gever’s
contemporary watercolour paintings also display a lightness of touch. With Lake George in
mind the artist explores the beauty, challenges and opportunities this area
& Hugh opens Thurs and Fri 10am to 2.30pm; Sat. and Sun.10am to 4pm; Monday
Until Sunday 3 May 2020 Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Cnr Baylis and Morrow Streets Wagga
talking? Are we listening?
artists from Networks Australia invite you to take part in a conversation with
our leafy companions through a diversity of mediums: Christine
Appleby, Rachel Devlin, Wendy Dodd, Deborah Faeyrglenn, Karyn Fearnside, Susan
Hey, Belinda Jessup, Dottie Le Sage, Ann McMahon, Jenny Manning, Bev Moxon, Sharon
Peoples, Liz Perry, Marli Popple, Ola Robertson, Rozalie Sherwood, Nancy Tingey,
Monique Van Nieuwland and Katherine White.