A group exhibition presented by Anthea Boesenberg, Rhonda Nelson and Anna Russell.
In the last few years we have been preoccupied with seemingly intractable global problems. Today there is a cautious optimism and a focus on what we can do to find solutions. The words of French philosopher Albert Camus, "In the midst of winter I found there was, within me, an invincible summer", remind us that we have within us a kernel of personal power, resilience and persistence we can draw upon in the face of hopelessness. In this exhibition, Boesenberg, Nelson and Russell celebrate keeping hope alive, persistence and a progression to a more constructive time.
Exhibition will be closed for Easter long weekend (7 - 9 April 2023)
Image: Rhonda Nelson, Desperately Happy, 2022, relief prints on handmade papers
Room sheet(PDF, 340KB)
Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby, 2068, View Map
2 Small Street ,
Rhonda Nelson, "Desperately Happy", 2022, relief prints on handmade papers
Anna Russell, "Marine", 2023, woodcut and collagraph
3pm - 5pm, Sunday 26 March
3pm, Saturday 1 April
Join the artists at Incinerator Art Space as they explore their work, artistic process and creative influences.
Visit Anthea Boesenberg
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