Exhibitions in early 2020…
Broken Stories (A Road Trip)
20 February-15 March 2020
Opening: Saturday, 22 February, 2-4pm.
104 Macquarie Road
Springwood NSW 2777 (map to Broken Stories here)
This is an exhibition with artist and friend, Scott Pollock. Broken Stories is our shared experience of Australia’s Big Dry. Awe-inspiring landscape. Completely heartbreaking, all at once. See a few more of my works here.
Donation of works raffle:
At the opening (22 February) we’ll hold a raffle for two of our works. We’re raising funds for drought and bushfire affected rural communities. All proceeds go to the Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health (NSW). Please come, enjoy the exhibition, and buy a ticket.
*Susan Templeman, Federal Member for Macquarie, will open Broken Stories on Saturday, 22 February.
Exhibiting artist: Blue Mountains Portraits
While you’re in the mountains, after Springwood, keep going up to Katoomba. Check out the Blue Mountains Portraits exhibition at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. I’ve got a piece there too, and it’s not your everyday sort of portrait. Always a great exhibition. Come along.
Dates: 25 January – 22 March 2020
Opening: evening of Friday, 24 January 2020
A small works exhibition: Hope Tree Framing & Art
Find small works at Hope Tree.
You’ll see several of my photographs, as well as works by local artists. It’s a sort of salon of small works.
Hope Tree Framing & Art
1/78 Megalong Street
Katoomba NSW 2780
* Plus, an opportunity to say hello to the legendary Lenny… (see him here).
Forecast: Mist, Katoomba (18 November 2019 – 03 January 2020)
Misty Blue Mountains.
It’s comforting to contemplate mist as we experience so much smoke and fire. It’s a tragic season for us in the Mountains, for Australia.
Southern Highlands: The Art of Collecting (9 – 24 November 2019)
Aftermath. A terrible summer.
We need trees. They’re gone.
More than ever Australia needs habitat. I am devastated by the fires that have raged within a few kilometres of my home, my studio, and inundated so many communities.
I am in despair over the loss of our natural heritage. It’s calculated at 80% in the Blue Mountains. 80% of world heritage bushland.
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