Wednesday, 18 September 2013

The Feminine Optic - Tamworth Regional Gallery

The Feminine Optic: Perspectives on the Landscape

13 September to 19 October 2013

Curated by Andrew Frost and developed by Tamworth Regional Gallery

The Feminine Optic presents the work of five women artists, Michelle Hungerford, Charmaine Pike, Gabrielle Collins, Joanna Logue and Amber Wallis whose work represents a range of approaches, from loose and gestural drawing based work to architecturally formed painting of careful and precise construction, to work that accentuates the process of looking and observing for both artist and audience.

This project is supported by Arts NSW’s Curatorial Support Initiative grant, a devolved funding program
administered by Museums & Galleries NSW on behalf of the NSW Government

The Feminine Optic:
Perspectives on the Landscape

Exhibtion opening Friday 13 September 2013 at 6pm
to be opened by
artist Janet Laurence

Public Program Saturday 14 September 2013

10.30am Andrew Frost Curator’s Talk

11.15am Panel discussion with Andrew Frost and the artists,
Gabrielle Collins, Michelle Hungerford, Joanna Logue,
Charmaine Pike and Amber Wallis.
To be chaired by
Associate Professor Joanna Mendelssohn,
College of Fine Arts, UNSW

What do female painters bring to landscape painting?
Is there such a thing as a ‘feminine’ point of view?

This project is supported by Arts NSW’s Curatorial Support Initiative grant, a devolved funding program administered by Museums & Galleries NSW on behalf of the NSW Government

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