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

‘Anniversary’  – mixed media assemblage  50 x 50 x 10cm  – ‘Pinned to the Wall’  online article and interview. Click on image to read full article –

‘Pinned to the Wall’ SPOT81

‘Pinned to the Wall’ Opening 23rd November -4th December. Exhibition to be opened by Penny Sharpe MLC SPOT81  81 Abercrombe Street Chippendale  6-8pm – click on photo to follow links for press and commentary –  Susan O’Doherty | Pinned to the Wall ‘Pinned to the Wall’ – Susan O’Doherty reassembling the past to tackle today’s… Read more »

COFFS HARBOUR REGIONAL GALLERY – Paint My Place – New Works from Moonee Artist Camp

Group Exhibition 30 September – 29 October, The ‘Paint My Place’ exhibition features new and original works by Elisabeth Cummings, Myf Gullifer, Alan Jones, Ross Laurie, Steve Lopes, Euan McLeod, Reg Mombassa, Idris Murphy, Peter O’Doherty, Susan O’Doherty, Adrienne Richards, Isabel Ricketts, Amanda Penrose Hart, Luke Sciberras and Ann Thomson.

Guilty Pleasures – Seven Deadly Sins

‘Feed Me’ mixed media 60 x 60 x 15cm, Group Exhibition in collaboration with the SMH Good Food Month curated by Pat Corrigan and Kensington Contemporary Gallery  – Opening 6pm, Tuesday 25 October – 20 November at the Old Rum Store, 2-10 Kensington St, Chippendale. ‘It’s tough for women who are objectified and held up… Read more »

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Collectors’ Edition #3 Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

21 May  –  5 June    2016 This is the third fundraiser exhibition supporting the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre’s Collection Acquisition Fund.  Over 80 artists have donated work for this silent auction exhibition.