‘Mineral Matter’ Paper sculpture installation
‘Singing for their supper’ Ink, Collage
Snowpuppe | Kenneth Veenenbos (and Nellianna van den Baard)
Chestnut origami lamp + cord and socket (only for use with energy-saving lightbulb)
‘Later That Night’ Hand-cut paper
Lumiere | Emma Cleine
‘‘Melon Mandala’’ Limited edition relief print on Arches paper
‘Rocks One’ & ‘Rocks Two’ Giclee art prints on cotton rag paper Edition of 6
‘Yellow ribbons’ Collage pencil pastel on paper
‘Circles of Pattern Collage’
I am am super duper excited to be part of this amazing exhibition - it is called Paper Trail and it is being held by Paper Runway magazine. The exhibition opens on Friday the 25th of May at Art Park - 5/11 Banksia Drive, Byron Bay. I am most flattered to be joining the ranks of a wonderful list of exhibitors, including Rob Ryan (wow!). I have submitted one of my most favourite pieces - the 'circles of pattern' original collage. The exhibition is only on for 3 days so do make sure you pop in if you are in the area - it sounds like it will be awesome! Here is a little blurb from their site:
Produced by Paper Runway, the stylish Byron Shire-based magazine loved by paper aficionados and the design-conscious from Australia to London and New York, The Paper Trail will open with a paper-centric exhibition at Art Park at the Byron A&I Estate on Friday May 25.
Coinciding with the magazine’s first birthday, The Paper Trail will continue all weekend with paper workshops for all ages with leading artists and paper product designers including Kim Amos, Anne Leon, Craig Rochfort and Kate Ford. Workshops will include paper making, creating paper zines, book binding, the art of paper cutting.
The exhibition will, of course, be paper-centric and all artists will contribute a portion of their sales to NAPCAN, which works to eliminate child abuse.