These three works were part of my very first exhibition at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in 2004 and are the only pieces to have never found a home. I was never happy with the way they sat on the wall so they've been wrapped in tissue paper and sitting in the studio ever since. I pulled them out this morning and rewired them. It's amazing what a decade of installation knowledge brings.
So here they are, sitting snug and thrilled to be part of Studio Keeping.
Spring delights: Watercolour on curtain: 15cm x 15cm: depth: 9.5cm $120 + postage: Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio Keeping: A small project to keep a big space. Funds raised through this initiative will go directly to keeping the third floor of Tremain Mill as a studio space while Karen works through the estate of deceased artist Steve Kirby. This project will culminate in a very special art making experience at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in 2016.