2 June – 19 August 2018 | Gallery 1
Plenty of time remaining to see my work Estranged_E_2 at the 6th Biennial Petite Miniature Textile exhibition at Wangaratta Art Gallery
"The 6th Biennial Petite Miniature Textile exhibition showcases the best small textile artworks from around the nation.
This exhibition continues to grow in popularity with artists from around the country participating in this project and displaying contemporary textiles no larger than 30x30x30cm.
A diverse array of techniques and themes explore everything from colour, texture, decoration to social, political and environmental issues, propelling textiles into the realm of the visual arts". Wangaratta Art Gallery
Still time to see my work Self Portrait: Red Faced in the Manning Art Prize. Exhibition closes on October 15th
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Melbourne artist Dagmar Cyrulla is the winner of this year’s $16,000 acquisitive Manning Art Prize: Naked and Nude for her oil on linen entry titled The phone call IV.Winners were announced by judge John McDonald, art critic for the Sydney Morning Herald, on 2 September at the exhibition’s gala opening at the Manning Regional Art Gallery.The competition attracted 335 entries, with 60 finalists selected for exhibition.Mr McDonald said the field of artists was “of a very high standard”.Second prize of $3000 went to Peter Churcher from Port Douglas for the oil on canvas work titled Kaue.The Robin Norling Bequest Prize of $1000 was won by Nick Mourtzakis from Collingwood, Victoria for his oil on linen work Cadmium Green.Highly commendeds were awarded to Zai Kuang from Clayton, Victoria, for the oil on canvas Dry Season; Stephen Bird from Maroubra, NSW, for glazed earthenware Delilah and Samson and Mark Feiler from Brisbane for his archival print on cotton rag AlanaBlu2.
Very much enjoyed a workshop with Helle Jorgensen at Byron School of Art which focused on using stitch as a drawing method.
Practiced embroidery stitches, some I have not done for a very long time and others that I am a bit more familiar with.
Inspired by the workshop, in the studio today I made the following two works.
After many, many months of not having a studio space I have finally created a lovely space in my new home in Northern NSW. Hopefully this means my productivity will rise!
A great weekend workshop Abstraction and Drawing, facilitated by Michael Cusack.
Below are some of the drawings I completed during the two days of drawing, considering form, line, colour and exploring the work of other artists working in Abstraction.