Artwork on display and for sale at Leo Scott Framing and Gallery – Eltham

Ginger plants with embryos

Altona refinery at night

Fishers Ghost Art Prize

So thrilled to be a finalist in the Fishers Ghost Art Award 2017, not just for one but two artworks. The show is currently on display until December 14th 2017 at 1 Art Gallery Road, Campbelltown, NSW. All works are for sale.

 

ART WITH ALTITUDE

The second annual Art with Altitude Exhibition will take place at the Mount Glorious Community Hall over the weekend of 19th and 20th November from 9 am to 4pm each day. This exhibition is a celebration of the artistic communities thriving at Mount Glorious and Mount Nebo. All the art is for sale and the exhibition also includes colourful markets, food, coffee and live entertainment by J Fallon.

Entry is free, a gold coin donation is appreciated and gets you a ticket in the lucky door prize for a signed, framed and numbered limited edition wildlife print by Garry Rogers (value $350)

There is a fantastic raffle with 2 Mount Glorious accommodation weekends to be won with breakfast and lunch at local cafes!!

Emergence

[Emergent properties are properties of wholes that are not present in their parts.]

When paintings are presented together in a gallery, does the exhibition have properties not present in the individual works?

When visual art is combined with poetry, prose, sound and music, do new art forms emerge?

Join us for the emergence of an artist: Genevieve Camille Jackson

YOU ARE INVITED

Dates: Tue 21- Sun 26 June

Location: Graydon Gallery, 29 Merthyr Rd, New Farm QLD 4005

Time:10am-6pm daily

Event night: Fri 24 June, 6-8pm

Event festivities: Finger food, wine and live music

Genevieve considers the act of creation to be a potent effector of catharsis. The practice of art facilitates the exorcism of powerful emotions, whether they are tangible or boil up from the depths of the subconscious during the artistic process.

Genevieve works in a neo-primitivist/expressionist style. She derives inspiration from the landscape of the D’Aguilar Range and her subjects stretch in search of the boundaries between entity and environment in landscapes both calm and chaotic.

Acrylic and oil paintings by Genevieve Camille Jackson

Soundscapes, poetry and prose by Timothy Jackson

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Guest artist Johanahan Coludar- Ajenga’s Dreams

 

Aware

Brisbane Artsworkers Collective (BAC) is comprised of brought together by their day jobs in the arts industry – facilitators, support workers, curators and administrators. The fundamental link between group members is that they are all practicing artists who work to support the creative expression of others.

This year BAC will work with the theme AWARE, exploring attention to detail – amplification, intensification, magnification. An integral part of the artistic process is sharpening one’s senses to perceive the intricacies of life – the small, the banal, the overlooked, the under-appreciated, the misunderstood. By becoming aware of diversity in individuals and the environment the artist is able to hone in on the lesser muse and bring to light the hidden richness of the world around us.

Brisbane Artsworkers Collective breathes new life into that which we habitually disregard. AWARE will transform our thinking and allow us to see things as if for the first time.

AWARE will be at Graydon Gallery from 14-19 June, and will feature works in a variety of mediums including painting, photography and mixed media..

Artists:

Alithea Josaphine – http://www.alitheajosaphine.com
Charlotte Tegan – www.charlottetegan.com
Elysha Rei – http://www.elysharei.com
Genevieve Camille Jackson – www.genevievecjackson.wordpress.com
Michelle Richards – http://photoprojections.net/
Rachel Gaffney-Dawson – http://www.rachelgaffneydawson.com

 

 

 

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Art with Altitude 2015 November 21st-22nd

Head for the hills in the heat of November, and enjoy fine art and fresh mountain air at the inaugural Art with Altitude exhibition. Artworks by many well-known artists from the creative communities of Mount Glorious and Mount Nebo will include a variety of media- oil, watercolour and acrylic paintings, sculpture, jewellery, ceramics, glass-work, pen and ink drawings, photography, fine furniture and fibre-art. With all art for sale at a range of price points, art and craft demonstrations, a lucky door-prize of artwork, raffle prizes of luxury weekend retreats and entertainment vouchers, market stalls, local cafes and rainforest walks, there is something here for everyone!

Proudly sponsored by Bendigo Community Bank.

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Brisbane Artsworkers Collective 2015 Exhibition plans

Brisbane Artsworkers Collective is comprised of 6 Brisbane-based emerging artists brought together by their day jobs in the arts industry – facilitators, support workers, curators and administrators. The fundamental link between group members is that they are all practicing artists who work to support the creative expression of others.

This year BAC will work with the theme AWARE, exploring attention to detail – amplification, intensification, magnification. An integral part of the artistic process is sharpening one’s senses to perceive the intricacies of life – the small, the banal, the overlooked, the under-appreciated, the misunderstood. By becoming aware of diversity in individuals and the environment the artist is able to hone in on the lesser muse and bring to light the hidden richness of the world around us.

Brisbane Artsworkers Collective breathes new life into that which we habitually disregard. AWARE will transform our thinking and allow us to see things as if for the first time.

AWARE will feature works in a variety of mediums including painting, photography, mixed media, sculpture and textiles.

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‘Hatch’ November 2014

‘Hatch’, the first group exhibition of the Brisbane Artsworkers Collective, featured works in a variety of media including painting, photography, mixed media, sculpture, installation and textiles.

In creating works for the exhibition, each artist explored themes of personal growth and asked themselves questions fundamental to the artistic process. What invigorates and replenishes an artist? What sparks and drives the will to create art?

In attempting to find answers to these questions, members of BAC looked deep within in search of the wellspring of their creativity. The creation of art is often an unconscious process in which ideas leap unbidden into the mind, the art appearing almost to manifest itself in front of the artist. From where does this impulse arise?

For many artists creative expression is facilitated by the replenishing tranquility of shelter from the chaos of life. An artist often feels the creative drive most strongly in those places and situations in which she is most at peace. Nature, home, family and memory all provide shelter for the artist, allowing her to centre herself and focus her creative energies.

Another source of invigoration for the artist is identity – individual, cultural and artistic. In this exhibition, by putting themselves in the spotlight, members of BAC gave themselves the opportunity to express their identities through their art. The arts workers stepped out from behind the scenes to support one another in the pursuit of the muse.

The exhibition was held at Graydon Gallery in New Farm18th to the 23rd of November, 2014.

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‘Hatch’ 2014

Genevieve’s works for Hatch find her delving into more playful subjects and themes. In this new series of paintings she hones in on specific features of her floral and faunal subjects, exaggerating the details to make them hyper-textural, sculptural and occasionally comical.

Gang

Gang Gang 2014 91×91 Oil on Canvas SOLD

honey

Blue-faced honey 2014 91×91 Acrylic on canvas SOLD

Kingfisher

Sacred King 2014 91×91 Oil on canvas SOLD

Pardalote

Pardalote 2014 91×91 Oil on canvas SOLD

 

 

 

 

 

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