Beauty of Patterns Lost is an exhibition of works inspired by the observation and documentation of the loss of native Flora and Fauna, along a stretch of road we have travelled, over the past ten years. I am interested in the way people shape their habitat and the consequences their behaviour has on the native wild life . . .
Biodiversity is a slippery subject.
To view all the works please follow link to facebook page under 'recent works 2011'
Coming to the end of the exhibiting time, I have to take the oppertunity to say that I have thoroughly enjoyed the entire process of exhibiting, at the Logan Art Gallery.
Thank you to Program Leader Cultural Services, Annette Turner for being the guest speaker at the exhibition opening. Thank you to the Exhibitions officer Gabriella Szablewska, Judy Constable Acting Art Gallery Assistant, Georgina Gould Art Gallery Trainee, Jillian Beardsworth and Public programs Officer Lesley Nicholson, for their support and encouragement, throughout.
I found conducting the two day workshop with the assistance of the Public Programs officer Lesley Nicholson an added bonus. The 12 creative ladies were enthusiastic and a delight to work with.
I would also like to extend my appreciation to the numerous volunteers who work in the Logan Art Gallery. Their warm and supportive manner throughout the exhibition made the entire process a very enjoyable experience.
Last but not least, Thank you to everyone who attended the opening of Beauty of Patterns Lost, your thoughts, well wishes and engagement with the works is appreciation.