Mixed Exhibitions Provide Points of Interest for Variety of Fans

The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia), July 4, 2009 | Go to article overview

Mixed Exhibitions Provide Points of Interest for Variety of Fans


SOMETIMES the very eclectic nature of mixed exhibitions offers immeasurable interest and can fine-tune art appreciation.

The Warwick Regional Art Gallery has mixed Australian folk history with artistic interpretation in the exhibition Warm My Heart.

Community interest and pride combine with creativity to celebrate the workman's humble singlet in a tribute to the famous shearer, Jackie Howe who was born near Warwick.

The responses to the subject are varied and personal.

They include Margaret Clift's assemblage of memorabilia, a dissected singlet by Diaz, and Tom Benkendorff's bale stencils and singlet text.

Loretta Grayson's clever use of atlas maps in the shape of a singlet adorned with threads and a warm red heart comment on the economic climate.

Dorothy Haig salutes the spirit of endurance in the days before mechanisation.

Sue Marshman has turned hand-dyed singlets into a colourful rag rug, and Leanne Ryan has used word and image to document the transience of childhood.

The year ones from Warwick West School have had fun stretching singlets over cut-out figures and decorating them with goggly-eyed little sheep; perhaps also a reference to the animation character, Shaun the Sheep.

The exhibition also features medals won by Jackie Howe that are on loan from private collections and the National Museum of Australia.

Pepperina Gallery

THE Pepperina Gallery in Nobby is showing an attractively presented exhibition of very different works that are surprisingly complementary.

Christine Brassington has lino cuts, gouache, and ink studies of her travels in China and Japan intriguingly placed with photographs of the scenes interpreted. …

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