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Nature Connections: a solo exhibition by Michelle Hallinan

Where
Community Bank Darling Square Art Space
Community Bank Darling Square Art Space
Shop NE12, 11 Little Pier Street (Cnr of Harbour and Little Pier Streets), Haymarket NSW 2000
When

Wednesday 5 April from 6pm to 8pm

Michelle Hallinan immerses herself in the natural world, intrigued by the textures and colours of rocks and tree trunks and how they weather and change over time with wind and water.

Mixed media works on paper and sculptures inspired by interactions between coastal and bushland environs.

About the artist: Michelle Hallinan

I am a nature lover and adventurer, who loves to be immersed in the natural world exploring the colours, textures, and patterns.

I feel connected to the natural environment when I am among the wide-open expanses of land, the coastal textures of rocks and water, or when I am intrigued by the micro or leaves, bark, shells, and internal landscape of fruit.

Printmaking techniques such as etching, being a tactile medium, have enabled me to express my experience of textures and patterns in nature. Recently, I've been experimenting with colour through monoprints and mixed media collages. Making my work is a meditative experience in which I reconnect with the source of my inspiration and my own experience.

The Exhibition runs: From 3 April to 30 April 2023 (open Mon - Fri 10 am - 5 pm)

OPENING CELEBRATION: Wednesday, 5 April at 6 pm.

VENUE: The Darling Square Community Bank

Shop NE12, 11 Little Pier Street, HAYMARKET NSW 2000

* ArtSHINE is mindful of NSW Health guidelines and updates, so we'll be notifying guests of any special requirements or conditions closer to the time should any circumstances change. Thank you for your understanding.

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