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Flanagan Art Prize

  1. 1. ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE<br />The Flanagan Art Exhibition 2011 <br />SEPTEMBER 7 - 11<br />
  2. 2. Artist: John O’Loughlin<br />Title: Roadside Shrine, Closed Reliquary #1, 2011Australian Saints Series<br />Medium: Stoneware, engobes, oxides<br />Size: 28x26x54cm<br />In the light of Mary Mackillops’ recent cannonisation. This latest series, using the incongruous juxtaposition of diverse symbols. The closed reliquary, the repository for the Saint’s relics, is inaccessible, heightening the sense of mystery.<br />
  3. 3. Artist: John O’Loughlin<br />Title: Roadside Shrines, Closed Reliquaries, 2010<br />Australian Saints Series<br />Medium: Stoneware, oxides, engobes<br />Size: 48 x 12 x 445<br />In the light of Mary Mackillops’ recent cannonisation. This latest series, using the incongruous juxtaposition of diverse symbols. The closed reliquary, the repository for the Saint’s relics, is inaccessible, heightening the sense of mystery.<br />
  4. 4. Artist: Betty Collier<br />Title: The Cluster<br />Medium: Alabaster on Oregon<br />Size: 40 x 28 x 45 (wxhxd)<br />Small, smooth, tactile and defined are features that are important in these cluster forms, which were originally inspired by mushrooms and rock fissures.<br />
  5. 5. Artist: Ash Lieb<br />Title: And I will keep you safe from the unknown<br />Medium: Digital Montage <br />Size: 84 x 59 cm<br />My art is about entertainment, tapping into the endearing quality that you might find in old films and humour because after all laughter is the best medicine.<br />
  6. 6. Artist: Peter Georgakis<br />Title: Your Excited, I’m Suicidal<br />Medium: Silicone, glass, bone<br />Size: 24 x 37 cm<br />This piece deals with the process of relationships, be it that of objects or human beings and how being seemingly connected to someone or something can sometimes slip away. This is shown here by conjoined twins<br />
  7. 7. Artist: Lea Kannar<br />Title: Future Dreamscapes U.S<br />Medium: Solarplate, chincole, linocut & etching<br />Size: 54 x 40 cm<br />Part of an on-going body of work exploring the human relationship to its environment. Looking at where the land began and where its future lay and how we shape it to our needs or how it shapes us.<br />
  8. 8. Artist: Michael Faulkner<br />Title: New Life<br />Medium: Oil on canvas<br />Size: 45 x 60 cm<br />Inspiration comes from experiences and feelings in life and travel.<br />
  9. 9. Artist: Cassandra Thomson<br />Title: The Athletes Soul<br />Medium: Collection of photographical images<br />Size: 24 x 110 cm<br />The piece was inspired by my peers and the way they rely on their shoes so much. <br />Whilst studying sport, and how many pairs they go through.<br />
  10. 10. Artist: Paul Snell<br />Title: Pulse # 201010<br />Medium: Lambda Metallic Print<br />Size: 120 x 120 cm<br />The primary intention of this body of non-objective work is to create a visual experience. The pieces invite concentration, quiet and even silence.<br />
  11. 11. Artist: Sarah Sanders<br />Title: Floating Mutation<br />Medium: Charcoal on paper<br />Size: 77 x 57 cm<br />The forms suspended in time and space, are unremittingly deep and brooding- symbols of uneasiness and darkness, which shift, morph, intertwine and lead the viewer into a sense of discordance and intrigue.<br />
  12. 12. Artist: Sarah Sanders<br />Title: Morphing<br />Medium: Charcoal on paper<br />Size: 77 x 57<br />The forms suspended in time and space, are unremittingly deep and brooding- symbols of uneasiness and darkness, which shift, morph, intertwine and lead the viewer into a sense of discordance and intrigue.<br />
  13. 13. Artist: Dr Gordon Monro<br />Title: Tree Circle<br />Medium: Digital print (edition of 8)<br />Size: 80 x80 cm<br />An image ‘grown’ by a computer program written by the artist, in this image the growth is not quite completed. Abstractly, the image is a tree in the mathematical sense.<br />
  14. 14. Artist: Allan Mann<br />Title: The Artist as Four Patron Saints-St Crispin; St Erasmus; St Bartholomew and St Blaise<br />Medium: Digital TftraPytch<br />Size: 40 x 120 cm<br />Who are we and also when considered, construed or constructed under different circumstances, who and what might we have become?<br />
  15. 15. Artist: Jackie Gorring<br />Title: Kiah Noel<br />Medium: Relief print on canvas<br />Size: 70 x 110 cm<br />Within the ordinaries of life there’s humour .The subjects used are snapshots from the<br />everyday malapropisms-the extraordinary things people find, make, do and say.<br />
  16. 16. Artist: Tarli Glover<br />Title: Fading Star<br />Medium: Acrylic charcoal on canvas<br />Size: 138x138 cm<br />A work referencing age, the passing of the peaks of talent, power and skill. <br /> It is about losing favour, becoming unfashionable. The diminished and lack luster quality of a fading star.<br />
  17. 17. Artist: AlisterHeighway<br />Title: Birthday Card From Mungo<br />Medium: Inkjet on Lino<br />Size: 90 x 125 cms<br /> The deception of images, forms and elements if an image and the abstract perceptions of heavy grain.<br />
  18. 18. Artist: Michelle Zuccolo<br />Title: The Eternal Horse<br />Medium: Acrylic on canvas<br />Size: 33 x 25 cm<br />Still life allows me to utilize my collection of personal memorabilia acquired throughout my childhood. I have attempted to evoke a sense of animation and gesture through a static object- the canvas.<br />
  19. 19. Artist: Yasmin Cole<br />Title: Tightly Bound I<br />Medium: Charcoal and pastel on paper<br />Size: 55 x 70 cm<br />Portrays a woman’s secret desires, the things we dare not express. <br /> This artwork plays with the idea of clothing as a visual signifier of identity.<br />
  20. 20. Artist: Jessica Ledwich<br />Title: The Baptism<br />Medium: Giclee print<br />Size: 95 x 65 cm<br />This image is about the rituals of acceptance and symbolizes woman’s ability for rebirth and renewal.<br />
  21. 21. Artist: Mark Pether<br />Title: The Unobserved Observed, Vegemite<br />Medium: Acrylic on canvas<br />Size:50.8 x 40.6 cm<br />Through these works, the viewer is invited to look, not glance, at normally unobserved items of everyday life whilst the artist documents aspects of contemporary life and culture.<br />
  22. 22. Artist: Mark Pether<br />Title: The Unobserved Observed, Milo<br />Medium: Acrylic on canvas<br />Size:50.8 x 40.6 cm<br />Through these works, the viewer is invited to look, not glance, at normally unobserved items of everyday life whilst the artist documents aspects of contemporary life and culture.<br />
  23. 23. Artist: Mark Pether<br />Title: The Unobserved Observed, Big M<br />Medium: Acrylic on canvas<br />Size:50.8 x 40.6 cm<br />Through these works, the viewer is invited to look, not glance, at normally unobserved items of everyday life whilst the artist documents aspects of contemporary life and culture.<br />
  24. 24. Artist: Robert Waghorn<br />Title: Sculpture No. 2<br />Medium: Found objects<br />Size: 43 x 38x20 cm<br />This piece is made up of 1960s teachers aids used for sharpening metal lathe tools.<br />
  25. 25. Artist: Simeon Walker<br />Title: Blossoms (Part 1 & 2)<br />Medium: Oil on Italian linen (framed)<br />Size: 41 x 41 cm<br />This Diptych represents a meeting of Eastern and Western influence in which the fleeting beauty of winter blossom is celebrated.<br />
  26. 26. Artist: Susan Stevenson<br />Title: Fear (From Series White Women's Business)<br />Medium: Acrylic on plywood<br />Size: 90 x 120 cm<br />The painter references Indigenous scarification overlaid with a network of fine white lace. The raised scarification's register only as slight obstacles as the lace contains the black ground. The white markings seem to transform into tattoos- fine white lines scratched into black skin.<br />
  27. 27. Artist: Melanie Tolliday<br />Title: Red Balloons – “Within Reach”<br />Medium: Acrylic on canvas<br />Size: 60 x 50 cm<br />This work portrays the feeling of getting what you desired but there is still something missing.<br />
  28. 28. Artist: Lynette Guy<br />Title: Mosaic Madness<br />Medium: Textile<br />Size: 106 x 109 cm<br />This work focuses on images inspired from recent travels to Barcelona, Spain.<br />
  29. 29. Artist: Gail Trembath<br />Title: Fig Study #1 2011<br />Medium: Hand printed Chlorobromide photograph<br />Size: 34 x 34 cm<br />I bought these figs at a seaside community market held earlier this year to raise money for Queensland flood relief. <br />
  30. 30. Artist: Gail Trembath<br />Title: Fig Study #3 2011<br />Medium: Hand printed Chlorobromide photograph<br />Size: 34 x 34 cm<br />I bought these figs at a seaside community market held earlier this year to raise money for Queensland flood relief.<br />
  31. 31. Artist: Karen Holland<br />Title: Helaconia<br />Medium: Oil <br />Size: 50 x 50 cm<br />When I see beautiful natural things I am filled with the desire to paint them, <br /> to enable that beauty to be held captive.<br />
  32. 32. Artist: Stevan Jacks<br />Title: Modern Relics on Trial<br />Medium: Oil on linen<br />Size: 150 x 50 cm<br />An origami painting that explores various themes and issues that reflect our world, in a still life form. Allowing the viewers to form their own interpretations.<br />
  33. 33. Artist: Donna Fearne<br />Title: Seriously<br />Medium: Pastel, ink, pencil, gouache, charcoal on paper<br />Size: 150 x 70 cm<br />The dignity, passion and sensitive integrity of animals and the infinite variety of their characters. Animal portraits engage the audience in an entire dialogue that reminds us that people don’t have a monopoly on personality<br />
  34. 34. Artist: Irene Salmont<br />Title: Shadows Of The Forest<br />Medium: Pen and chince graph pencil<br />Size: 150 x 102 cm<br />My aim is to entice the viewer to consider the vulnerability <br /> and beauty of the natural world of the Australian landscape. <br />
  35. 35. Artist: Anne-MareeCullinan<br />Title: Square Interplay Triptych<br />Medium: Acrylic on canvas Triptych<br />Size: 3 x 30 x 30 cm<br />30 cm x 96 cm overall<br />An exploration in balancing and harmonising rich colour, texture and tone. The Triptych expresses my belief that we (humanity) are<br />all the same, just on different canvasses.<br />
  36. 36. Artist: James Pasakos<br />Title: Victoria Dock, Melbourne<br />Medium: Monoprint<br />Size: 65 x 50 cm<br />The Docklands was part of my childhood and it still evokes a wonderful history and <br />beauty. The landscape has changed dramatically since but it was once a <br />wasteland, an area that the every day person did not know existed.<br />
  37. 37. Artist: Debbie Lloyd<br />Title: What lies beneath<br />Medium: Pigment ink on cotton rag paper, dressmakers pins, beads<br />Size: 43 x 43 cm<br />I have used everyday objects, repeated, reconfigured and recontextualised to <br />provide the viewer with visual challenges that slow down and complicate the <br /> reading of the work.<br />
  38. 38. Artist: Kiata Mason<br />Title: Leaving<br />Medium: Watercolour paper ink immersion charcoal, chalk hand beading and collage<br />Size: 79 x 46 cm<br />My subject matter revolves around life and death, and often relates to morphing and to journeys.<br /> Leaving is about life and the perpetual need to move forward.<br />
  39. 39. Artist: Cody Joy<br />Title: Untitled (overflow)<br />Medium: Dip pen & ink drawing on paper<br />Size: 65.5 x 121 cm<br />I aim to make a space where the viewer will be temporarily absorbed and experience the sense of peace and reflections that went into the creation of the work.<br />
  40. 40. Artist: Deanne Gilson<br />Title: We Come In Peace. Wathaurung Axe Heads<br />Medium: Oil on canvas<br />Size: 80 x 80 cm<br />The title explores a loss of identity. Misunderstanding and conflicts between the early white settlers and the local Wathaurung Aboriginal tribe from which I am a descendant. Some of the marks have been borrowed from ancestral pieces held in<br />The Irish Collection, Museum of Ireland. The background text refers to a dreamtime story told to my Mum by her Nan.<br />
  41. 41. Artist: Stephen Davidson<br />Title: Ooddnadatta Track<br />Medium: Acrylic on canvas stretcher<br />Size: 76 x 101 cm<br />This work is inspired from recent travels from Ballarat to Central Australia. Travelling in a 4WD to remote locations of awesome beauty.<br />
  42. 42. Artist: Robyn Cashin<br />Title: Red Cavern<br />Medium: Acrylic on canvas <br />Size: 76 x 61 cm<br />I am moved to give life to images in new ways. Colour with its richness and subtleties is the most enthralling aspect of artistic expression.<br />
  43. 43. Artist: Trudi Harley<br />Title: Landmark I<br />Medium: Pastel and carbon pencil on paper<br />Size: 30 x 40 cm<br />The ‘path’ can be seen as a metaphor for the journey of life, embodying continuums and disjunctions, <br />imperfections and anomalies.<br />
  44. 44. Artist: Trudi Harley<br />Title: Landmark II<br />Medium: Pastel and carbon pencil on paper<br />Size: 30 x 40 cm<br />The ‘path’ can be seen as a metaphor for the journey of life, embodying continuums and disjunctions, <br />imperfections and anomalies.<br />
  45. 45. Artist: Trudi Harley<br />Title: Landmark III<br />Medium: Pastel and carbon pencil on paper<br />Size: 30 x 40 cm<br />The ‘path’ can be seen as a metaphor for the journey of life, embodying continuums and disjunctions,<br /> imperfections and anomalies.<br />
  46. 46. Artist: Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling<br />Title: Urban Landscape<br />Medium: Ink on Stonehenge paper<br />Size: 39 x 132 cm<br />This light hearted, whimsical drawing has been created with ink pen on Stonehenge paper. My art is a celebration of colour and freedom of expression.<br />
  47. 47. Artist: Barry Wemyss<br />Title: Crenellated Recollections<br />Medium: Glazed ceramics, MDF board and pine. <br />240 volt power & sound track,<br />Fired clay and soil<br />Size: 920 L x 520 W x 550 H cm<br />These white ceramic gumboots are a metaphor and contrast to the dirty black gumboots of my childhood. They refer to my earliest memories of wearing gumboots.<br />
  48. 48. Artist: Peter Robertson<br />Title: The Discovery Of Love<br />Medium: Oil and acrylic gesso on wood<br />Size: 40 x 80.5 cm<br />This artist identifies core experiences, moving through the discoveries of self-consciousness, fantasy, creativity, love and hope to those of chaos, force, loss and ultimately death.<br />
  49. 49. Artist: Dan O’Donnell<br />Title: Was Never Here<br />Medium: Acrylic, collage and shellac on canvas<br />Size: 69 x 90 cm<br />The subdued brown and yellow sun bleached tones are influenced by the Wimmera <br />landscapes of my childhood. This work is an ode to deliberate daydreamers, where one <br />has a licence to wonder without reason.<br />
  50. 50. Artist: Philip Berry<br />Title: Who Am I?<br />Medium: Oil on canvas<br />Size: 65 x 50 cm<br /> Some of our fond childhood memories remain with us for the rest of our lives. A sound, or an object can awaken a memory.<br />
  51. 51. Artist: Edward Coleridge<br />Title: Still Life – Nature Morte<br />Medium: Oil on panel<br />Size: 30 x 120 cm<br />A group of ancient river red gums make a natural still life. Standing well spaced on a flat flood plain, surrounded by constant farming activity.<br />
  52. 52. Artist: Ruby Pilven<br />Title: Untitled (confinement print)<br />Medium: Photopolymer print & magnifying glass<br />Size: 18 x 19.5 cm<br />The dislocation of the human body in intimate confined spaces as a way of <br />suggesting a collective psychological empathy towards historical events, that<br />are characterised by confinement and imprisonment.<br />
  53. 53. Artist: Ruby Pilven<br />Title: Untitled (confinement archive)<br />Medium: Silkscreened texts inside Type Press box & White Gloves<br />Size: 82 L x 37 W cm<br />The dislocation of the human body in intimate confined spaces as a way of <br /> suggesting a collective psychological empathy towards historical events, that are characterised by confinement and imprisonment.<br />
  54. 54. Artist: Prof David Green<br />Title: The Deluge<br />Medium: Ink on paper<br />Size: 140 x 100 cm<br />Based on the 17th Century English Christmas Carol “I saw three ships come sailing in”. <br />One of which was the Deluge. This illustrates the carriage of relics of three <br />kings to Cologne Cathedral in the 12th Century.<br />
  55. 55. Artist: Julie Keating<br />Title: Great Expectations<br />Medium: Oil on linen<br />Size: 40 x 40 cm<br />The attentive and anxious couple brood over their discovery of an ‘egg’. A third bird approaches, curious.<br /> Their ‘egg’ is only a screwed up piece of notepaper that will never evolve into anything. We see exquisite origami birds in the joyous moment when appearance has deceived them of reality.<br />
  56. 56. Artist: Sophie Haythornthwaite<br />Title: Bowl Of Lemons<br />Medium: Oil on canvas<br />Size: 37 H x 40 W cm<br />My current work is a still life composition with a surrealistic edge.<br />
  57. 57. Artist: Lars Stenberg<br />Title: Midwinter Light: New Growth<br />Medium: Acrylic on linen<br />Size: 80 x 100 cm<br />My paintings are born of a desire to dodge past my rational mind, and into something more meaningful.<br />
  58. 58. Artist: Jan Harris<br />Title: Full Bloom<br />Medium: Pastel on paper<br />Size: 30 x 40 cm<br />This painting came about at sunset on Anza cDay 2011. The opulence and glory of the wide open petals, and the exposure of the stamens, provided a luscious example of a mature rose.<br />
  59. 59. Artist: Leah Bright<br />Title: Thy Seek Eths Escape Route<br />Medium: Lino print on papere fabric<br />Size: 1000 H x 450 w cm <br /> This artwork plays with the notion of identity and internal conflict. The mask suggests a conduit is formed between the woman and the bird of prey.<br />
  60. 60. Artist: Virginia Grayson<br />Title: The Painter – Antonia Antoniou<br />Medium: Charcoal and Gesso on paint<br />Size: 85 x 75 cm<br />This work portrays a passionate artist whose enthusiasm <br /> for drawing and painting was inspiring to witness. I pay homage to the artists.<br />
  61. 61. Artist: Janne Kearney<br />Title: (Neil Mitchell) Talkin Melbourne<br />Medium: Oil on canvas<br />Size: 120 x 90 cm<br />The newspaper refers to his life as a journalist. The sports page displays his beloved football team, and the front page headlines reflect his 3aw morning radio program called “Talking Melbourne”.<br />
  62. 62. Artist: Sally Miller<br />Title: Skin Deep 1<br />Medium: Graphite on paper<br />Size: 137 x 84 cm<br />In my work I address both personal concerns and more topical social issues,<br />seeking to explore and understand ways a society or individuals perceive themselves.<br />
  63. 63. Artist: Sally Miller<br />Title: Skin Deep 2<br />Medium: Graphite on paper<br />Size: 137 x 84 cm<br />In my work I address both personal concerns and more topical social issues,<br />seeking to explore and understand ways a society or individuals perceive themselves.<br />
  64. 64. Artist: Catherine Tait<br />Title: Landscape Reflection<br />Medium: Oil on linen<br />Size: 65 x 50 cm<br />After a deluge of rain, scattered bodies of water subtly resonate and distort the quiet beauty of the landscape.<br />
  65. 65. Artist: Anastasia Wiltshire<br />Title: Humean Figure No. 2<br />Medium: Oil on paper<br />Size: 140 x 137 cm<br />The figure in this work represents a confused state between being, and space in an attempt to attain a sense of place and definition. This work represents <br />psychological states and transient moods.<br />
  66. 66. Artist: Nicola McClelland<br />Title: Internal Geographies<br />Medium: Wax and maps<br />Size: 140 x 137 cm<br />These pieces may suggest floating vessels, biological forms or oceanic objects drifting away from their origins.<br />
  67. 67. Artist: Kate Bland<br />Title: Foreigner<br />Medium: Mixed media: Spray paint, ink, fabric, plaster bondage, acrylic paint on canvas<br />Size: 120 x 90 cm<br /> Inspiration is found in music, mood and environment. Using paint to describe and create different qualities in all forms.<br />
  68. 68. Artist: Duncan Lannan<br />Title: Mary<br />Medium: Oil on canvas<br />Size: 36 H x 25.5 W x 4.5 D cm <br />My subject was taken from a celebrities without make-up shot of female pop singer<br />‘Pink’. The more I worked over it the more ‘Pink’ began to look like the Virgin Mary, inadvertently allocating her with demigod status.<br />
  69. 69. Artist: Grace Bailey<br />Title: Hear My Cry<br />Medium: Mixed media: Oil, acrylic on canvas<br />Size:122 x 91 cm <br />In this painting the distorted enormous lips signify the silence of so much to tell but no<br />voice to be heard with. The eyes relay the pain that mankind should not have to bear.<br />The texture across the face represents the scars and pain of those events.<br />
  70. 70. Artist: Kirrilee Bailey<br />Title: Untitled 1<br />Medium: Archival inkjet print<br />Size: 30.48 x 45.72 cm<br /> Beauty and decay are inherent to the human condition. <br /> This notion is revealed in the humanity of the artists subjects.<br />
  71. 71. Artist: John Ferguson<br />Title: Cryptic<br />Medium: Ceramic<br />Size: 270 x 270 x 100 D cm<br />An ongoing inquiry into both the development of the enclosed thrown form and the examination of contrasting textures.<br />
  72. 72. Artist: Catherine McKeon<br />Title: Tree Mystique<br />Medium: Charcoal on paper<br />Size: 117 x 90 cm<br />I am intrigued by the expressive language of trees- the bulky stoic masses of limbs defining shape and form. Of spindly branches creating voids and chaos.<br />
  73. 73. Artist: Liz Walker<br />Title: Table For Two<br />Medium: Recycled corrugated iron, found object, polymer paint<br />Size: 96 x 36 x 32 cm<br />This piece examines the role of women within the home. Inspired by the current <br />climate of celebrity chef worship amidst an overproduction of TV cooking programs.<br />
  74. 74. Artist: Amelia Kingston<br />Title: Valley Of The Dolls (Cooked version)<br />Medium: Stoneware, resin coating, wooden frame<br />Size: 36 x 25 x 10.5 cm<br />A piece of ceramic work that has incorporated other materials into the ceramics that has been framed.<br />
  75. 75. Artist: Kim Anderson<br />Title: Curl Up<br />Medium: Ink On Paper<br />Size: 20 x 27 x 17 cm <br /> A playful attempt to bridge the gap between the “white page” and the “white cube” by folding, curling and cutting holes in the paper. Transforming the flat page into a miniature three-dimensional space where the figures appear to interact.<br />
  76. 76. Artist: Kim Anderson<br />Title: Hide And Seek<br />Medium: Ink On Paper<br />Size: 21 x 25 x 60 cm <br />A playful attempt to bridge the gap between the “white page” and the “white cube” by folding, curling and cutting holes in the paper. Transforming the flat page into a miniature three-dimensional space where the figures appear to interact.<br />
  77. 77. Artist: Ying Huang<br />Title: Kelly<br />Medium: Oil on canvas<br />Size: 76 x 91 cm<br />This work is a highly personalised portrait based on the death masks of prisoners executed at the Old Melbourne Gaol.<br />Kelly invites the viewer to explore the difficulties of condemning the ‘criminal’ whilst simultaneously accepting the States <br />power to take life.<br />
  78. 78. Artist: Stephen Pleban<br />Title: Tinterlands II<br />Medium: Oil and wax on canvas<br />Size: 140 x 149.5 cm<br />The shifting moods created by weather, light and the elements that fracture the focus and touch on the sublime.<br />
  79. 79. Artist: Katy Woodroffe<br />Title: Crystal Lights<br />Medium: Oil and wax on canvas<br />Size: 82 x 71 cm<br />The myth of Persephone and Demeter has formed the basis for this work. These legends and the ancient Greek culture always seemed to be just beneath the <br />surface of this beautiful island.<br />
  80. 80. Artist: Joanne Sisson<br />Title: Tree Section - Dunkeld<br />Medium: Oil on canvas<br />Size: 113 x 140 cm<br />The age of this eucalypt in Dunkeld has been estimated at 500 years.<br />This artwork attempts to describe the gentle, slow progress of growth <br />and the immensity and weight of these branches.<br />
  81. 81. Artist: Pierre Mol<br />Title: Mongrel Farm # 4<br />Medium: Oil on canvas<br />Size:120 x 62 cm<br />Half a cow, the back of a bicycle, the head of a dog, the tail of a horse. Why is it that we must always see the world in wholes? In the rounding out of things? However we see it, the order of the world is at odds with what we want to do with it.<br />
  82. 82. Artist: Becky Guggisberg<br />Title: The Boat Came, But I Am Not Ready<br />Medium: Oil on board<br />Size: 105 x 127 cm framed<br />This painting is considering the movement of our souls an unseen individual spiritual journey<br />
  83. 83. Artist: Debbie Hill<br />Title: The Testimonial <br />Medium: Ink on Paper <br />Size: 41.5 x 34 cm <br />Testimonials (cups) were often presented to dignitaries in the 1800's and were adorned with scenes from myths,<br />heroic tales and the then current ideals. Testimonial is the first in a new series of works borrowing from this time<br /> and juxtaposing imagery that is relevant to world issues today. <br />

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