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Suki & Hugh Blog — Exhibition

Adaptation | Suki & Hugh + Canberra Glassworks

Exhibition Hannah Gason Harriet Schwarzrock Ingrid Bowen Isobel Rayson Jo Victoria Sara Freeman Sharon Field Stefan Gevers Susie Dureau

Adaptation | Suki & Hugh + Canberra Glassworks

We are so proud to show the work of 9 of our artists at the Canberra Glassworks. Open now and until 20 December, Adaptation has work by Ingrid Bowen, Susie Dureau, Sharon Field, Sara Freeman, Hannah Gason, Stefan Gevers, Isobel Rayson, Harriet Schwarzrock & Jo Victoria. You can hear interviews with several of the artists by Barbie Robinson from Living Arts Canberra here: Adaptation – Canberra Glassworks – Living Arts Canberra The show is a salute to all of us for getting through 2020. And the work is inspired and inspiring! Catch it at the Canberra Glassworks Gallery or see...

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Susie Dureau | An in-depth chat with Barbie Robinson

Exhibition Paintings Susie Dureau

Susie Dureau | An in-depth chat with Barbie Robinson

In this in-depth interview with Susie Dureau, Barbie Robinson distils the complex narrative of Susie's current exhibition I am NOT an individual. The experience of both artist and interviewer shine throughout their exchange which is revealing, interesting and left me wanting more! https://livingartscanberra.com.au/susie-dureau-i-am-not-an-individual/

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Sara Freeman talks to Barbie Robinson

Exhibition Paintings Sara Freeman

Sara Freeman talks to Barbie Robinson

Barbie Robinson gets right to the core of this exhibition by Sara Freeman.

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Sara Freeman | Paintings from a wild summer in egg tempera & beeswax

Exhibition Paintings Sara Freeman

Sara Freeman | Paintings from a wild summer in egg tempera & beeswax

Canberra artist Sara Freeman will open her solo exhibition on 23 May. The making of this exhibition entitled ‘No such thing as solid ground’ has been a healing experience for Sara. A way of processing the events of the past 6 months. For many of us, the chaos of the pandemic compounded the anxiety of a Summer of fires. These events further exacerbated the trauma Freeman was already suffering following the death of her father in October last year. ‘My father was a painter and as a child I used to sleep with the smell of turpentine wafting through the...

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Upcoming | Sara Freeman | No such thing as solid ground

Exhibition Paintings Sara Freeman

Upcoming | Sara Freeman | No such thing as solid ground

‘No matter how flattened, ragged, bereft, raw, heartbroken or exhausted you feel, your very presence makes a difference.’

Paintings from a wild summer, in egg tempera and beeswax by Sara Freeman

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