We are all working from home more, and out of home opportunities for Artists have for the moment mostly vanished.
I’ve noticed that this website is sorely in need of update – a good COVID19 iso goal! So watch this space.
Also, SALA (South Australian Living Artists festival) this year is likely to be very different, so over the next few posts I am going to be experimenting with how I might share my work online in SALA style.
I hope to show some of my drawings and how they were made, and how they might then give rise to other work.
As a starter, here is a drawing I made this morning, and if you follow the hyperlink on her name you will see the drawing replayed, including the squiggly play where I was testing out the new unfamiliar app that I was using today.
Working on this project involved several months of immersion at “F Block” where the grapes were grown for this 2017 very special shiraz.
I made a number of iPad ‘drawings’, measuring the changes over time in the landscape and the vines. The final label design grew out of these works, expressing the unique qualities of “F Block”.
The exhibition continues throughout August 2019, 11am – 5pm daily at Hentley Farm Cellar door, Corner Gerald Roberts and Jenke Roads, Seppeltsfield. Work is for sale, you can enquire via this blog, or details provided on the floor sheet at the exhibition.
Emma Hack’s Exhibition celebrates the work of South Australian Artists, and this year the theme is “Identity”.
The exhibition is in the Festival Theatre Foyer, and officially opens Thursday 11th February at 6pm.
It can be viewed any day from 9 until 5 and when events are on at the theatre, and runs until March 13th.
A winner will be selected by a panel of judges , and there is also a people’s choice award – voting can be done on line here and works can be purchased online here. A list of finalists can be found here
In my video work, the viewer can “participate” in the drawing transformation of one family member to the next. The unique qualities of digital drawing enable the drawing process to be replayed and preserved.
Our DNA determines in part our unique and at the same time composite identity. This animated series of portrait drawings explores that fascination we have with family likeness.
To see the movie, visit the exhibition at the Adelaide Festival Theatre, Feb 11th until March 13th!
“Gleam” finishes this Saturday, 22nd November at 5pm. It is my current exhibition of drawings and paintings at Hill Smith Gallery, 113 Pirie Street, Adelaide. The gallery is open from 10-5, Tuesday until Friday, and 2-5 on Saturday. My work is upstairs on level 1, and on the ground floor is a beautiful exhibition by Thom Buchanan. I won’t be exhibiting for a while, so if you can get along to see it I’d be really happy!
To see images of the paintings click here. The drawings have been shown in light boxes, and I haven’t posted images of them. If you manage to go along, I’d love to know what you thought.