Three really great friends who I've exhibited with in the past and an artist (Jarrah) from Byron Bay have put together a very thought provoking and beautiful show in Sydney.
Mostly large scale works, all with an environmental comment. Each was simply..... GREAT ART!
Get along THIS Saturday if you can to meet the artists or anytime until 28th.
Tuesday 16 – Sunday 28 February 2010
Immerse features emerging Australian artists Cade Turner, Matthew Weatherstone, Jarrah Johnson and Rachel Carroll who unite to create an exhibition experience that immerses the viewer in the beauty of the natural Australian environment, through large scale painting and photography, whilst also raising awareness to the fragility of the natural environment, and the need to preserve it for future generations. Each Artist has chosen a specific location within Australia as their focus, including the Murray Darling River Basin, Tasmania, the Flinders Ranges and broader NSW.
Each artist will be donating an artwork to a silent auction for their chosen charity, the National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) for their ongoing program to save the Red River Gum Trees of NSW. Officially opened by MP Ian Cohen from the Greens and a representative from the NPA, the exhibition aims to see Art, Science and Government united for a greener future. We look forward to seeing you there!