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Laurie Collins

Art Workshop in Thailand

February 2013

Laurie Collins has recently spent two full on weeks working in Thailand. The trip came about through Pimpisa Tinpalit, last year’s winner of the Jindivick sculpture show, who has connections to several Thai Universities which run workshops where artists from around the world are invited to come and work in the university environs, producing art in a few days which then becomes an exhibition for the following month.
 

Laurie said it was a fantastic experience, learning about its history and culture, and working along with over 100 Thai and international artists from Indonesia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, USA, Canada, Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia and many other countries.The workshops were held at Poh Chang academy of Fine art in Bangkok, and Naruesan University in Phitsanulok. He will be giving a talk and visual presentation of the experience as part of the Creative Gippsland month of May.


Suzanne Kaldor's Solo Show

Bambra Gallery

206 Bambra Road

Caulfield South, Melbourne


 

Recent Works - mixed media paintings by...

Shelley Vincent

at 69 Smith Street Gallery, 69 Smith St, Fitzroy

20 March - 7 April 2013

Opening: Saturday 23 March, 4 - 6pm

Gallery hours: Wed - Sat 11am - 5pm, Sun 12 - 5pm

“Recent Works” is a selection of mixed media paintings by Shelley Vincent. The exhibition displays the artist's on-going interest in line and colour, and in exploring the effects of various media, supports and techniques.These works are at home in quiet backyards hemmed in by apartments, under noisy motorways and in the less fashionable CBD laneways. They lurk around the edges and sidle in between the gaps. They are striving to exist amongst the turmoil.

Hiatus, mixed media on canvas, 28 x 36 cm, 2012, by Shelley Vincent

Selected Works

A group exhibition of artworks by 5 artists, including

Otto Boron and Jenny Scholes

at Cambridge Studio Gallery

13 February – 2 March 2013

52 Cambridge St, Collingwood

 

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