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Botanica

Posted by anna reynolds on May 19, 2014 at 10:55 PM Comments comments (1)

Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts & Culture Centre (GYRACC) is a stunning new centre with landmark contemporary architecture built to service the people of the Katherine Region in the Northern Territory, Australia.

My work Old Stella Maris was included in the exhibition Botanica that showcased work by a selection of emerging and established artists from Darwin, Alice Springs and the Katherine region. The exhibition presented the work of artists whose imagery focuses on plant forms, native flora and the minutiae of their immediate environment.

Curated by Cath Bowdler it ran from Friday 11 April 2014 to Saturday 10 May 2014

check out the link http://www.gyracc.org.au/events/botanica


 

Dreaming Hazel Dooney - The Exhibition

Posted by annareynolds on September 15, 2011 at 11:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Here is a collection of realated links and pictures surrounding  the process and exhibiton Dreaming Hazel Dooney

-a joint project between Steph Sheilds and Hazel Dooney held at Latrobe Contemporary Art Galley

Article - Breaking Down the Barriers

Latrobe Valley Express

http://www.latrobevalleyexpress.com.au/news/local/news/general/breaking-down-barriers/2286647.aspx

AlterModern

Posted by annareynolds on September 7, 2011 at 6:25 PM Comments comments (0)

http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/exhibitions/altermodern/manifesto.shtm


Looking for the answers and the questions - I'm comfortable in Alter Modern

Vast Expanses - Shrinking Spaces

Posted by annareynolds on September 7, 2011 at 6:20 PM Comments comments (0)

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/pop-up-art-show

From Batchelor NT to New Jersey NYC

Watch my artist talk live via Skype on

www.ustream.tv/channel/pop-up-art-show

Australian time 8.30 AM Thursday 8th September 2011

NYC time 7PM 7th September 2011

Vast Expanses- Shrinking Spaces

Posted by annareynolds on August 30, 2011 at 11:20 PM Comments comments (1)

GENERIC METROPOLIS - Point B NYC

Posted by annareynolds on July 25, 2011 at 2:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Litchfield Butterfly Retreat presents Generic Metropolis

Posted by annareynolds on July 4, 2011 at 11:15 PM Comments comments (1)

Litchfield Butterfly Retreat

INVITES YOU TO AN EXHIBTION BY ANNA REYNOLDS


5 PM Saturday

13th August 2011


After winning a QANTAS Foundation Encouragement of Australian Contemporary Art Award last year and the Togart Contemporary Art Award - Peoples Choice (2010) Anna Reynolds has jokingly been ‘making plans for world domination’ which have transpired into a hectic and monumental year of travel. This has included a 6-week residency and exhibition in Yogyakarta Indonesia, 4 weeks of mindless roaming and random performance art in the UK, and 4 weeks of intensive art-making at a work-lodge in New York City. Bringing it all back home to Batchelor and coinciding with the Darwin Festival is an exhibition of small-unframed paintings/collages. Titled Generic Metropolis, the new work engages intuitive perception surrounding issues of a generic globalisation and the demise and rise of the modern world. It draws on the environmental issues and metaphors found in her previous work, Awesome Atrocities (2010), amidst the Mangrove and Metropolis (2009) Darwin Bold New Future (2009) and A big city up there (2008) while including the influence of international travel and adventure.

8 Meneling Rd, Batchelor NT 0845, Australia

www.butterflyfarm.net

RSVP [email protected]


Away

Posted by annareynolds on June 15, 2011 at 12:42 AM Comments comments (0)

Away 2011,  giclee print on photorag,  1mt x1mt,  edition of 10


away from my tree and shack

from the beach and the mangrove

far from the wilderness and sanctuary

I swear to you

I will never make any boring art

 

When we bought our home in Batchelor it was the tree, a large Ficus Benjamina that sealed the proverbial deal. Gracefully shading 60% of the residence, I loved the building but the tree: I loved more. Thick cords of trunk woven into each other like veins, it’s girth  was ample to hide in and behind. Reinforced with a neighbor’s declarationthat the tree was full of ancestral sprits and should never be cut or burned, I was sure I’d found my sacred plot. This was the tree I’d been looking for, the tree I wished to live under, a place where I could be creative.

 

An aerial root had taken lodge in a gutter, It’s finger like tentacles had slowly advanced year after year. It had a stronghold and was compact on the old roof. On top dense leaf matter had collected and had started growing small saplings and worms in abundance. My father, the voice of sensibility, would ring weekly asking  ‘you sorted that tree out yet! Meaning had I had it pruned, removed from the gutter – had I controlled the invasion. I resisted. Sadly the day came when ‘Wally’ the tree doctor came and amputated its limb. No longer were they joined: tree and house.  This year I’ve been traveling the world and missing my tree.

 

Dreaming Hazel Dooney

Posted by annareynolds on February 19, 2011 at 6:50 PM Comments comments (1)

Got an exciting email yesterday in Indonesia,

after computor trouble for the last few days- mac book in the shop  argghhhh!


It was nice to log on and receive news of a gig in  Australian - and Australia wide I might add,

( not that I dont love you Darwin)

does this mean a quick trip to vicco? I wonder....


I submitted this image for preselection for the exhibition  Dreaming Hazel Dooney in Victoria, Australia.


title- Hazel, edition of 10

60 x 60 cm

giclee print on hahnemuhle photo rag

unframed



 Dear Anna, I am pleased to advise you that your submission for the group show, Dreaming Hazel Dooney, has been accepted.


The show will open on Friday, 6th May, this year, and run until Thursday, 19th May, at the Latrobe Contemporary Gallery, 209 Commercial Road, Morwell, Vic. 3840, Australia.


Over the next few months, we will be in touch regularly regarding logistics and promotion related to what we regard as a highly original, unusual artistic event. Given Hazel Dooney's high profile, it is sure to draw widespread media attention in Australia and elsewhere. We would like to involve all participating artists in the opportunities that arise.


Thank you for submitting your work and we, at La Trobe Contemporary Gallery, now look forward to working with you, individually and collectively, to create an exciting, thought-provoking and visually and intellectually invigorating exhibition involving an international array of young and emerging artists.


We can't wait! ( neither can I , truth be told)


With warm regards,


Steph Shields

Director Latrobe Contemporary Gallery

209 Commercial Road Morwell VIc 3840

Australia mobile: +61 403 341 664 email: [email protected]


I am having trouble finding Latrobe Contemporary Gallery online


but you can check out Hazel Dooney online presence and blog for the lowdown


http://www.hazeldooney.com/

http://hazeldooney.blogspot.com/2010/12/dreaming-hazel-dooney.html

FIBERFACE3 Yogjakarta, Indonesia

Posted by annareynolds on January 29, 2011 at 8:13 PM Comments comments (0)


CATALOGUE IMAGE AND STATEMENT

C12

GENERIC METROPOLIS, 2011,

batik,digital print,cardboard media installation,

dimensions variable, Anna Reynolds, Australia

Like the burning smell of hot wax I have been overwhelmed by the rich fabric traditions and culture that I have experienced while in residency at Brahma Tirta Sari Studio, Yogjakarta. The time honoured processes, techniques and production have been intriguing and inspiring. The contemporary world in which I live allows me to discover these processes from the past and emerge them into my own creative practice. Destruction of environment, modern day excesses  juxtaposed with the return to more natural or simple way of living often underpin the way and thoughts in which I create

pg 66 Fiber Face 3 TRANSFORMATION


INVITATION FIBER FACE 3


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