Thursday, July 16, 2009
Jan Guy did a fascinating talk on touch and the clash between the handmade pot and the industrial world. She talked about the sense of touch between mother and child being the first reference to an understandng of space.
And I was mesmerised by Lynda Draper's philosophical reflection on her journey as an artist from the constraints of suburban Sydney to the nostaligia triggered by the the abandoned abjects she found in her present home- a ramshackle wooden beach house.
This was one of those wonderful artists talks that illuminates the work and gives insight into both the creative process and the emotional journey of the artist.
LYNDA DRAPER, MERRAN ESSON & FIONA MURPHY
When: 07.07.2009 - 25.07.2009
Where: Stella Downer Fine Art - Waterloo, Sydney