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JANUARY 2022: INGALLERY and ONLINE

CC21: New work by our Represented Artists Kerwayne Berry, David Asher Brook, Ah Too Chew, Erika Cholich, Edith Cowlishaw, Christine Druitt Preston, Lisa Carrett, John Edwards, Dorothy Erickson, Kerry Johns, Graham Marchant, Maruku Artists, Mo Orkiszewski, Daniel Pata, Victoria Peel, Daniel Skeffington, Nikki Suebwongpat, Judy Trick, Madeleine Tuckfield-Carrano, Claudio Valenti.

CC21: New work by our Represented Artists

Continues: 11-5 Saturdays & Sundays, 15 – 30 January 2022.

 

Kerwayne Berry, David Asher Brook, Ah Too Chew, Erika Cholich, Edith Cowlishaw, Christine Druitt Preston, Lisa Carrett, John Edwards, Dorothy Erickson, Kerry Johns, Graham Marchant, Maruku Artists, Mo Orkiszewski, Daniel Pata, Victoria Peel, Daniel Skeffington, Nikki Suebwongpat, Judy Trick, Madeleine Tuckfield-Carrano, Claudio Valenti.

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FEBRUARY 2022: INGALLERY.1 and ONLINE

Invitation: Once in a blue Moon: Christine Druitt Preston | Solo Exhibition | Artsite Contemporary, Sydney Australia. | 05-27 February 2022
Once in a blue Moon: Christine Druitt Preston | Solo Exhibition | Artsite Contemporary, Sydney Australia. | 05-27 February 2022

Christine Druitt Preston: Once in a blue Moon

05 – 27 February 2022

‘Once in a Blue Moon’ is Christine Druitt Preston’s first solo exhibition at Artsite Contemporary and a rare opportunity to witness her exploration of drawing with print.

One of the exhibited works, ‘The Chinese screen’, was Highly Commended at the 2021 KAAF Art Prize and received strong praise from Sydney Morning Herald Art Critic John McDonald.

“The lino medium encourages artists to do straight lines and blocks but [Preston’s work] is totally different.” McDonald said. “She’s added all this grain and has done a free hand drawing. It’s a tremendously expressive work. It goes against anything I think of as lino cuts.”

“The intensity of the way the lines are operating is like ink painting and sketch,” said Oliver Smith, Senior Lecturer at the Sydney College of the Arts and KAAF judge. “But for that to be translated to lino is remarkable.”

In addition to her lino works, ‘Once in a Blue Moon’ includes mixed media pieces and solar prints. Even with such a variety of mediums, Preston’s signature approach remains.

“Whether making marks with a fine tip pen, manipulating a lino cutting blade or sewing a line by hand or machine, in my mind I am always drawing,” Preston says.

This Exhibition will be opened by
Belinda Hanrahan

Sutherland Shire Council Manager for Arts and Culture;
Director Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Art Centre.

Sunday 6th February 2022

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from 11am Saturday 5th February 2022.
   

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