Group exhibition: Paths through the forest - Art Collector

Julie Bradley, A wife made of flowers, 2013. Mixed media, 30cm diameter. Courtesy: the artist

Walk through a forest showcases works responding to a story telling theme. Each artist interprets the idea of narrative and storytelling from a personal perspective, drawing on their life experiences to recreate versions of myths and stories.

Julie Bradley looks to the idea of transformation so prevalent in folk stories and myths. Her collages and mixed media works on paper speak of a deep and abiding spiritual connection between people and the natural world. Woven structures by Ann McMahon made using gathered sticks are a visual metaphor for the process of learning and our use of story-based frameworks to assess new situations and understand the environment that we inhabit. American artist Teri Wagner uses narrative motifs from myths, legends and history and the system of alchemy which later evolved into modern science, in her multi media images.


Exhibition opens: 6pm Thursday 3 October 2013
Exhibition closes: 20 October 2013
Location: M16 Art Space, 21 Blaxland Crescent, Griffith ACT 2603
Contact: 02 6295 9438
Email: office@m16artspace.com


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