Highlighting Minson’s conceptual brilliance and mastery of lampworked glass. This exhibition showcases his expertise over the physical process of making and lack of boundaries glass allows.
Civic Centre, Baylis Street Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
Amanda Marburg is “a painter, not a sculptor,” she maintains. Her works might have a starting point in film, fairy tale or riff on a moment in art history, but it’s the modest ‘sketch’ in plasticine that lends a distinctive look to her work and has her reiterating her vocational calling.
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With a style reminiscent of the character driven images of Reg Mombassa and the dreamlike figures of Mirka Mora, Kurt Hermann visually references everything from Shakespeare to rattlesnakes.
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