ART500: helping Art Lovers become Art Owners
Thrilled to announce that I am part of ART500 online gallery - a wonderful initiative that Amanda van Gils runs to sell artwork to art lovers.
My work 'two blue' selected for Xhibit 2018. From the six UAL colleges students from any course are invited to submit works for consideration by a panel of industry experts. The selected works to be shown at Bermondsey Project Space, London.
see all info here https://www.arts-su.com/xhibit
Opens October 22nd 2017 at Yering Station, Yarra Glen, Victoria
HEAD opens July 12th 2017 (6.30 pm) and goes through to July 30th.
TACIT Contemporary Art, 312 Johnston Street, Abbotsford, Victoria.
Open Wednesday to Friday 11am to 6pm and Saturday, Sunday 11am to 5pm
'watcher' is a graphite and watercolour work on a roll, with a floating frame.
graphite and charcoal, dust pigments - 90cm x 65cm IlTorchio Paper
Group Show 'CONVERSATION' curated by Petra Nicel in The Barn Gallery at Montsalvat, Eltham to February 5th 2017. Two of my works included, 'dream the world' (below) and 'where do you go to my lovely'.
The sculpture, 'beautiful torture' 150 x 40 x 40 cmRead More
Opening on 2Oth October 2016 (runs to 9th November)
65 Smith Street, Fitzroy
I have been invited to submit a work for this year's Kedumba Drawing Award. The works will be shown at Orange Regional Gallery, opening night 20th August 2016.
An exhibition of immaculate works on paper, exploring the passing of time and how it impacts each of us on a personal level. Residents Gallery, 6 July - 31 July.
Jo Lane describes Time’s Tattoo as an art essay, body of work about the past’s effect on our personal presence. It examines our ability to fall back in to patterns and questions our ability to break through to newness.
The past’s ghost emerges in our present in hidden, as well as overt, ways – sometimes recognised, sometimes silently from the wings; its invisibility bearing no relation to the depth of its effect.
Time’s Tattoo explores our right to look through it, to perceive it and to grasp its ability to smother and inform. Using the literature of ancestral lace to represent time, Jo draws her personal conclusions on the tattooed legacy of the past, in doing so allowing her to let it go. While there is nothing we can do about our past - we can feel it and know its place - not let it dictate our future.
It is not a political commentary but rather a personal expression of the complexity of presence.
Residents Gallery, 6 July - 31 July
Artist floor talk: Thursday 7 July, 11am and Saturday July 23rd 12pm
Meet the Artist: Thursday 7 July, 12pm - 2pm & Saturday 23rd July, 12pm - 3pm
7 Hillcrest Ave. Eltham Victoria
Phone: (03) 9439 7712 Opening Hours: 7 days, 9am-5pm