Friday, March 25, 2011
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Taking it's inspiration and title from the opening chapter in the classic topsy turvey novel Alice in Wonderland, the Down the Rabbit Hole exhibition explores themes and worlds where everyday things are not what they seem and even the sweetest, most childlike subjects can be dark and twisted. Curated by Jess Perlen, the show includes photographers Daniel Linnet, Otilee and Ron C. Moss and illustrators Brendan Ninness, Cally Bennett, Jane Reynolds, Jodee Taylah and Rhiannon Mowat, who have provided works that explore these themes.
If you are a fan of Alice in Wonderland or just like your art dark and a little twisted, you really should come along to the opening night of Down the Rabbit Hole at Brunswick Street Gallery on April 1st. I am so excited to be included in a show full of such talented photographers and illustrators.
(If you end up locked in a cupboard because one of your friends played an April fools joke on you, don’t worry, the show is on till the 14th April.)
These are two of my artworks that will be in the show:
|Tea & Sympathy|
|The Lion & The Unicorn|