Sassy women in new & mixed media
Fun, learning and working with professionals was the culmination of ‘Aberrant Play’ a great success celebrating contemporary approaches to printmaking and collage by 7 artists from regional and metropolitan NSW presented to the Clarence Valley at the beautiful Grafton Regional Gallery
Participating artists: Claude Jones (Sydney and Munich), Jenny Kitchener (Kyogle), Leonie Lane (Clunes), Bill Moseley (Hill End), Janet Parker-Smith (Sydney), Rochelle Summerfield (Seelands) and Sandra Winkworth (Sydney).
Right now, I am working on my upcoming solo show at the beautiful Grafton Regional Gallery and I have some big plans for it- to be continued.
I am working with Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest in January 2016 as part of kids camp workshop, and I’ve been invited to exhibit in 2 upcoming group shows in 2016, about the 'Year of the Print 2016' at the Katomba Cultural Centre and 'Local Provenance' at Tweed Regional Gallery. Part of this celebration of 50 years PCA, includes a one day Print Symposium being held at Grafton Regional Gallery on the 26th March, Saturday 9am-3pm, I will be helping with its organisation and I look forward to hearing some great speakers on contemporary print practice. Rona Green is confirmed!
I was finalist in two art competitions this year, one of my drawings in the Marie Ellis OAM Drawing Prize and the other a mixed media work ‘Ruminating’ in the Corangamarah Art Prize, Red Rock Regional Gallery, Cororooke, Victoria.
'Gosh, it was exciting to be a part of Paper Contemporary, in Sydney Arts Festival thanks to Art historian, curator with many other wonderful attributes- Akky van Ogtrop! Non stop art and galleries all in one location, so handy for the regional viewer! Was it just January, but yes part of Small Publishers curator/art historian Akky van Ogtrop, Brenda May Gallery Waterloo Sydney, too.
If you are in the Clarence Vally area, check out a range of small works at the Cowper Art Gallery and Studio contemporary some small works by me are there, as well as renowned printmaker Jenny Kitchener or email email@example.com and make a time to visit our beautiful place here by the river and check out studio developments.
My website revamp is up and running for a year now, and if you have any suggestions or issues please let me know as feedback welcomed. And finally breaking news..... sales of Sassy art products particularly Sassy Teas, art tea towels of my drawings hand screened onto Russian pure linen, happening through social media and website.
I make images of sassy women in new and mixed media. In 2016, a solo at Grafton Regional Gallery. In 2014, I was awarded the Windmill Trust Scholarship Encouragement Award.