CHELSIE LUCK: THE GIRL WHO KNEW ALL THE FEELINGS BUT NEVER THE WORDS
Chelsie Luck: The girl who knew all the feelings but never the words - Art Collector
| Chelsie LUCK / Bhutan book 2015 / ink on paper / 18 x 25 cm / Reproduced by kind permission|
|"In August 2015 my father handed me an empty book of handmade paper from his recent trip to Bhutan. He told me to do a drawing on every single page.|
It was a gift and instructions from a kind and loving father who knew his daughter was experiencing a tumultuous time. I was experiencing a difficult chapter in my life and took to drawing in the book as a form of therapy. A drawing took place in every page and soon a narrative was revealed; the documentation of an ended relationship and new beginnings."
|Exhibition opens: 1.30pm, 20 March 2016|
|Exhibition closes: 17 April 2016|
|Location: Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery|
, 531 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, beside City Hall
Contact: 07 4688 6652
About Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery
|Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery was established in 1937, making it the oldest public art gallery in regional Queensland. The current facility was opened in March 1994. The Gallery houses three permanent collections - The Lionel Lindsay Gallery and Library, The Fred & Lucy Gould Collection and the Toowoomba City Collection.|
To complement its exhibition program, the Gallery facilitates a range of education and public programs including lectures, forums, workshops, demonstrations, floor talks and tours.