Love Letters to Life: the recursive work of a naked artist
Linoprints, drawings and oil paintings by Austrian-Australian artist, distil the aesthetic heart of figures and natural forms and illuminate the artist’s passionate involvement with the Australian environment; the mythic bond between humans, animals and nature; the almost abandoned cultural space of handwriting, and repetition according to the modular principles of serial art.
Guundie Kuchling. e is for effervescent, Oil on Canvas, 101x101cm
From Another View Creative Fellowship Exhibition
30 May – 22 Jun
Yamaji, Martu, Yarnangu and Anangu artists contextualise their understanding of Country with those of the explorer John Forrest and his 1874 trek from Geraldton to Adelaide.
Yamaji Art in Geraldton will focus on traditional knowledge of water, Tjukurba Art Gallery at Wiluna represent landscape and foods while Ngaanyatjarra young people from Warburton share their intimate experience of country that John Forrest could only observe.
Creative Fellow Bill Gannon, a non-Indigenous artist, visited sites along the historical trek and was guided by Traditional Owners.
Presented by The State Library of WA in partnership with the Minderoo Foundation, aspects of the project span 3 sites from 7 May – 26 July, including SLWA and Museum of Geraldton.
Debbe Wongawol Canning Stock Route Tjukurba Art Gallery, acrylic on canvas, 30x30cm
Forrest expedition, 1874 - members leaving Perth [1874/350B] SLWA. Royal Western Australian Historical Society
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