Autumn Selection: Kerry Johns, Frances Larder, Timna Taylor, Elizabeth Tinker and Glen Wilkinson

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Autumn Selection: Kerry Johns, Frances Larder, Timna Taylor, Elizabeth Tinker and Glen Wilkinson

Kerry Johns Reed Bed 2017, Acrylic on canvas

11 May - 7 July 2018

In the Company of Trees - An Open Response features small landscape paintings, made en plein air by Kerry Johns in the forests around Canberra and on the NSW south coast. Elizabeth Tinker's Cloudscapes series questions whether we take the time to properly look, experience and feel the power of nature. Glen Wilkinson and Timna Taylor present hand-made fibre and ceramic vessels and forms with Echoes and Utilities. Frances Larder's multi-media project Landscape of the Soul explores the loss and trauma experienced by people of mixed Dutch and Asian descent who were forced to flee their homes due to war, occupation and the Indonesian National Revolution.