Assemblages featured in Brazil’s TPM Magazine

A series of sculptural assemblages., including Hugging Metal, have been featured in Brazil’s TPM magazine an on their revistatpm instagram feed.  These works were part of  Domestic Lives, from my 2008 Manly Art Gallery and Museum exhibition in 2008.   TPM explores women’s issues and insists that a woman’s place is everywhere.  

Peter, Coco and Susan O’Doherty Archibald Prize at AGNSW 2018

A painting by Marina Finlay was selected to hang in the Archibald Prize for 2018.  Titled Peter, Coco and Susan O’Doherty  oil on canvas  64 x 79cm. Peter O’Doherty is a painter and musician. The bass player for Mental As Anything from 1977 to 2000, he is currently a singer-songwriter with the band Dog Trumpet.… Read more »

‘Inhabited Architecture’- Chrissie Cotter Gallery Pidcock St Camperdown – opening Wed 14 March.

‘Inhabited Architecture’ – an exhibition featuring Ro Murray, Freya Jobbins, Mandy Burgess and Susan O’Doherty exploring the representation of memory, emotion, and family tensions in relation to the houses that we occupy.  The exhibition includes drawing, painting, assemblage, sculpture and installation.   To be opened by Simon Chan, Director at Art Atrium and SCA Architects. Wed… Read more »

Guide Dog Installation – AMP Building 2018

To mark the 60th anniversary, Guide Dogs, NSW/ACT is staging an art installation outside the AMP  Building in Sydney of 60 life size dogs to be exhibited from the 16th February for the opening of the Sydney Chinese New Year Festival 2018.  There will be a follow up auction of the dogs in March to… Read more »

Hunting Season – Studio Exhibition: Eygalieres, Provence France

NG Art Creative Residency Opening Night 26th November 2017 Throughout October and November 2017 I was an artist in residence at NG Art Creative Residency in Eygalieres, Provence, Southern France.  During my stay I made paintings which were exhibited in the studio to coincide with the conclusion of the residency. I painted beds, tables and interiors, many sharing the… Read more »

Pinned to the Wall & Ten Years of EMSLA – Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery

Pinned to the Wall – paintings, mixed media assemblages  and sculpture question the domestic ideal, exploring themes of family violence and gender inequality. Ten Years of EMSLA Celebrating 10 years of EMSLA (Eutick Memorial Still Life Award), the gallery’s signature program and Australia’s leading still life award, featuring past winners and acquisitions. Opening – 3… Read more »

Happy Culture Blog – by Claire Deakin

‘Pinned to the Wall’  online article and interview. Click on image to read full article –