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TAR: Come over to the dark side…

Exhibition @ Black Diamond Gallery, Port Adelaide, South Australia

22 February – 10th March 2013

A group of contemporary artists bring you TAR – be it tar of shipyard, rope and sails, of night, of roads and pitch, sealing or preserving, medicinal or harmful. This exhibition celebrates the dark, resinous, aromatic, binding, bitumous and symbolic nature of tar. Curated by Tony Kearney.

TAR is the third in a series of contemporary mixed media exhibitions curated by Tony Kearney, the previous two being RUST and SALT. Tony brings together established and emerging artists from disparate disciplines to celebrate elemental themes. Glass, ceramics, contemporary jewellery, photography, painting, drawing, installation, sculpture; all these work together to explore and respond to the theme of TAR.

Brenda L. Croft, Bruce Nuske, Christine Cholewa, Danica Gacesa McLean, Deb Jones, Emily Taylor, Emma Johnson, Grant Hancock, Hailey Lane, Kate Cullity, Kirsten Coelho, Jaqueline Barmentloo, Nici Cumpston, Peter Johnson, Sandra Elms, Tom Moore, Tony Kearney, Trevor Wren.

Works in Progress

December 6, 2012

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Affordable Art Fairs 2012

October 19, 2012

My work will be on show at the TAG Fine Arts stand at The Affordable Art Fairs in Battersea & Hampstead.

AAF Battersea Park (25-28 Oct, Stand H10),
AAF Hampstead (1 -4 Nov, Stand J12)

Affordable Art Fairs

TAG Fine Arts

TAG Fine Arts: Emma Johnson

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Paris in a Teacup

September 24, 2012

The Paris Series. Work in progress…

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Origami dogs

May 20, 2011


Getty Images

March 23, 2011

 

Some of my photographs have been licensed to Getty Images

(see link on right)

 

KONTAKT (progression)

October 26, 2010

Human contact, cutting across perceived boundaries of language, politics, war, religion, ideologies and culture.

By the end of the weekend, the interaction of the general public and the howling wind  made this piece complete.