Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 September, 2017
A collection of works and installations created by artists inspired by their time at Eramboo.
Including Suzanne Davey, Mary-Anne Barnes, Alyson Bell, Eva Frengstad and Ingrid Bowen.
This exhibition is in conjunction with the Artist in Residence Forum to be held at Eramboo on Sat Sept 9, 3- 4.30pm.
Join us for the opening event Sat 9 Sept. 5pm- 7pm
Exhibition Hours: Sat and Sun 10am - 4pm
Image detail: Mary-Anne Barnes
Undone by Nature- Water
Annette Kelsey and Yvonne Cleaver
This exhibition is part of the series 'Undone by Nature' curated by Therese Kenyon. It explores water; its power to destroy and its power to renew.
The first exhibition of the series Undone by Nature
Curated by Therese Kenyon
Exhibition Dates: 15 - 24 July 2017
Finding a Thread 1
Artists: Eva Frengstad & Mirre van Dalen
Opening: 12th Nov 2pm at Eramboo
Exhibition: 12th Nov - 20 Nov 2016
Writer: Greg Stonehouse
Curator: Susan Milne
Words and images are both carefully constructed processes to real audiences. A writer composes text in imagery, rhythm, space and form just as an artist composes. An artist tells a story just as a writer narrates. For this project writers respond to the shared experiences of artists to find a thread linking their artworks.
From this exchange, the writer creates a short story to be illustrated by the artists. This exhibition is the first of four with the final one being the launch of an illustrated book “Finding a Thread”.
Curator’s Statement: Susan Milne
Mirre van Dalen
Mirre grew up in the Netherlands where she studied for 4 years gaining a degree in Art Psychotherapy at the University in Leeuwarden. Over the last 14 years she has developed her art practice in Sydney, using painting, mixed media and installations to explore pain and beauty of our human existence.
Born in Norway. Eva has lived, worked, and studied in Norway, Poland, USA and Australia. eva studied at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco majoring in printmaking and fine arts. Eva has had seven solo exhibitions and taken part in many group exhibitions in Norway, USA, Poland and Australia.