I am very pleased to have been included in this exhibition. It is on this weekend 25-27th June, at the Glenbrook Arts Centre, and there is an online exhibition for four weeks.
It would be terrific if any of you are travelling through the Blue Mountains, to call in and have a look at this exhibition. There are works by many established and emerging artist printmakers.
Please see the exhibition catalogue attached below.
If you would like to view the exhibition on line, send me an email. The link will be available after the exhibition.
The print that I have entered is called 'When the last tree is fallen'. I have written about my inspiration for this print in previous blogs. The idea came when I was incensed with NSW environmental government policies, and that was before the devastating bushfires.
The title come from the words of 'The Seed', a song by Aurora and from a Cree Indian Philosophy made famous by Chief Seattle: “When the last tree is cut down, the last fish eaten and the last stream poisoned, you will realize that you cannot eat money.”