31augAll Day23novFlying Arts’ Featured Artists at the Judy: SPRINGExhibition
August 31 (Friday) - November 23 (Friday)(GMT+10:00) View in my time
Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts
420 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD, 4006
Showcasing the talent of our artist membership from Brisbane and regional Queensland, this exhibition takes the form of small scale three dimensional works displayed on plinths in the foyer space and corridors
Showcasing the talent of our artist membership from Brisbane and regional Queensland, this exhibition takes the form of small scale three dimensional works displayed on plinths in the foyer space and corridors of level 2 at the Judith Wright Centre.
The Spring Exhibition features works from artist members Jacqueline Sanderson, Bodhi Del Mar, wild + parrot, and Cindy Wood.
Jacqueline Sanderson, Coolum
Jacqueline Sanderson is a visual artist who has lived on the Sunshine Coast since 2007. Jacqueline is inspired by nature, people, and the lived experience and she describes herself as an eclectic artist and maker whose artwork is meaningful and good-natured. Jacqueline paints, and creates by reusing and transforming discarded and found objects from nature. She completed her BA in Visual Arts (QUT) in 1995 and is currently completing an undergraduate degree in Psychology at USC. view works
Bodhi Del Mar, Mudgeeraba
Bodhi Del Mar is a photographer & visual artist working from her home studio on the Gold Coast. Her disciplines include landscape, composite & mixed media photography, cold glass, stencilling and body painting. Her admiration for Mother Nature and love for beautiful spaces that make you “feel good” inspire her work, exploring such themes as the profundity of the natural world and our choices as humans to exist either within or against it. view works
Formed in 2018 wild +parrot brings together the collaborative works of Brisbane based artists Glen Skien and Michelle Wild. Within the collision of discarded materials and collage, their small handmade objects evoke a continual desire to retrieve and re-present new narratives in a series of wearable pieces and small objects. Collectively the response of both artists presents a style and method of storytelling that affords a whimsical and impulsive collection of wearable art pieces. view works
Cindy’s woven sculptural works are designed and created in an outdoor garden studio. Materials are gathered from the nearby forest and scattered through out the garden. Cindy loves exploring nature, as there is so much to see in the bark of a tree, the patterns that form and the way the branches decide to grow. She attempts to interpret a story of nature and share the beauty of the secrets it holds. view works