Taste of Art 2019
Coffee and Conversations     
Please note refreshemnts will only be served before the event, please arrive 15min early to avoid dissapointment.

Rosie Lloyd Giblett -
Mapping the Journey

My artworks are experiential, meaning that I learn from the landscape through spending time within it. We are only visitors temporarily traveling and habitating spaces. My practice is driven by an abiding respect for nature and concern for the environment’s sustainability. I want to express the magnetic energy of walking up mountain ranges, visiting the outback and exploring the coastline.

Thursday 21 February,10.30-11.30am.
Bookings essential for catering purposes.




Amy Clarke - Painting the landscape using memory, intuition and colour

Amy Clarke’s abstract landscape paintings draw largely on memory.  She enjoys travelling into nature and often does small works on paper in situ. Returning to the studio she will draw on the memories and feeling of being in the landscape to create larger works.  Amy will talk about her process and how she is constantly challenging herself to trust her mark making as she intuitively moves the paint around to capture emotion and a sense of place.  Colour also plays a significant role in bringing the work to life.

Tuesday 26 February,10.30-11.30am.
Bookings essential for catering purposes.


Amica  Whincop - The shape of things to come

Amica’s work produces a mesmerising, meditative and calming response to their surroundings.
I manipulate paint through various water-based methods to reproduce the shapes and textures of nature. I am especially interested in the formations of rock and water and work predominantly with an earthy palette to create paintings that encourage a sense of serenity.

Wednesday 6 March,10.30-11.30am.
Bookings essential for catering purposes.





Promiscuous Provenance
Anna Glynn

Join us for a casual walking tour of the exhibition where Anna will discuss her artist process and techniques.

Please note artist talk will begin at 10am coinciding with Anna’s workshop. All visitors and non-workshop participants are invited to attend the talk. 
Sunday 17 March,10 - 11am
Free Event


Atlas of the Human Heart
Simone Eisler

Simone Eisler invites you on a journey of her early installation practice, particularly her major garden and forest installations that launched her career both in Australia and overseas.
This will set the scene for a more detailed exploration of her current garden/diaspora themed installation ’ Atlas of the Human Heart’.
Saturday 16 March, 1-2pm
Free Event