The Colour and Response tour and exhibition project was showcased at Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery from 2 July – 11 August 2019, displaying Colour II: Merv Moriarty, In The Field and a local ‘response’ exhibition Out of The Allamanda.
Colour and Response made its second regional stop in Texas, a charming town in the Goondiwindi Region.
Artist Mervyn Moriarty shares his experience re-visiting rural and remote Queensland during the Colour and Response touring exhibition with the organisation he founded, Flying Arts Alliance.
When Cairns artist and artsworker Jaivan Bowen travelled to Brisbane for a professional development opportunity installing the State of Diversity exhibition, he certainly didn’t expect to encounter any of his family members…
Edna comes from the Gunggandji people on her mother’s side and is Eastern Kuku Yalanji on her father’s side. She has lived in Yarrabah all her life, raising a large family and has been a practising artist with Yarrabah Arts and Cultural Precinct for 10 years.
Stuart Carrier’s brightly engaging figures are a reminder to himself to (as his acrylic work says) “Love More”.
Christine Holden’s striking reclaimed marine debris art is on display as part of the Summer Sitting of Tiny Art at the Judy.
Karen Benjamin’s environmentally conscious works explore themes of mental illness and isolation. On display as part of the Summer Sitting of Tiny Art.