“All creatures are fantastic, we just get used to some,” says artist and teacher Jovana Terzic, co-curator of the Fantastic Creatures group show at the Orchard Gallery this month.
Julia Flanagan is primarily a painter with a growing interest in sculpture. Born in Newcastle, Julia moved to Sydney to study painting and completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the National Art School in 2004 and her Painting Honours in 2005.
Contributors were invited to create works which reflect a place, moment or memory of Redfern and Waterloo.
Alongside this year’s Vivid Light festival, Vivid Ideas 2017 is taking place in galleries in the city and surrounding suburbs.
Angela Lober’s Gymea lily featured in an exhibition of botanical art held in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens.
An interview with Margaret Vazey
‘We are pleased to support the restoration of this iconic local landmark so it can be enjoyed by generations to come. UrbanGrowth
Clever ceramics rendered by 3D printers, thought-provoking artworks, strikingly colourful glasswork and exquisite furniture – these are just some of the superb collection visitors will discover when they visit Artisans in the Gardens at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney this month.
Acclaimed Darlinghurst photographer, Robyn Stacey, offers a rare glimpse into the working havens, homes or studios of artists, plus some industrial spaces, in her latest exhibition Dark Wonder at Stills Gallery, Paddington (October 6 to November 5).
A South Sydney Community Aid (SSCA) initiative, Redfern… Waterloo by photographer Gary Bonner, was exhibited at 107 Projects, Redfern from August 23 to 26 and will be exhibited at the Orchard Gallery, Waterloo from October 8 to November 10.