Imminient Change at the Discovery Centre

johnboy 24 August 2011 1


This has come over my desk and looks interesting:

Susan Hey’s exhibition is an emotional response to the environs of the Coppins Crossing area of Canberra, which celebrates its forever changing states, its beauty and its spirituality. The exhibition, which is on at the CSIRO Discovery Centre, opens at 6 pm on Friday 26 August.

“Imminent Change illustrates a sense of belonging to the landscape, and shows the artist’s passion for the environment,” says Cris Kennedy, Director of CSIRO Discovery.

The paintings will be presented in a diverse range of mediums, including oil, acrylic, mixed media, encaustic, and felt.

This is the second solo exhibition of Ms Susan Hey, who is an emerging Canberra based artist with an eclectic range of art skills. She has exhibited with various art groups and won several prizes over the last ten years in the local area.

Imminent Change is a free exhibition open daily (9am – 5pm weekdays, and 11am – 3pm weekends) until Sunday 11 September 2011 at CSIRO Discovery Centre.

The exhibition will be opened by Lynton Bond, President of the Molonglo Catchment Group, at 6 pm on Friday 26 August, and this event is open to the public.

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One Response to Imminient Change at the Discovery Centre
pajs pajs 9:17 am 29 Aug 11

Went to the opening of this on Friday night. Thanks for the steer, johnboy, as it was good. Worth a look if you’ve got an interest in visual art about Canberra landscapes.

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