I am so pleased announce the “ Does not hold water,” installation sits alongside “Carriers of Culture “ exhibited in conjunction with IOTA21” at Mossenson’s Gallery in Subiaco until 4 October
The work, my largest at 3m x 6 m , comprises 6 eco dyed silk panels embroidered with a motif of the river. In conversation are a collection of coil baskets made from hand spun black fleece, silk and linens.
The installation : seeded by intrigue with natural dyes and hand made vessels
REPRESENTED BY MOSSENSON GALLERY
My studio & glass workshop is developing some new work along the theme of River stories. I am working across several media with the view to bringing a unified collection together......always a challenge.
My first work in this series is the installation “ Does not hold water”
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Western Australian Artist.
Nada works with a range of media including oil paint, gouache, print, glass and textiles, enjoying landscape , figurative and portrait work
In the past decade Nada has concentrated on our connection to environment and how the landscape discloses stories.
Her work focus on our need to respect and conserve landscape as well as recording how people and their actions are inherently linked to how our country responds.
Solo exhibitions have featured The Kimberley the Wheatbelt stories along with personal references to Nada's own cultural influences.