James T. Farley

Walking in Isolation, 2020 This image is from a series created while walking the trails and back streets of Wagga Wagga. These walks were a source of nourishment, providing time to think and feel my way through a year that has been full of change. Photograph. Find James T. Farley on creativeriverina.com

Gregory Carosi

Empty Fifths ‘Empty Fifths’ charts the process by which we come to see a new place. Informed by my relocation from Sydney to Wagga Wagga in 2015, the painting’s gestural sweeps and high-key colour palette are suggestive of local flora and landscape. However, the imprecision of these marks also demonstrate how the contours and character …

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Elaine Camlin

Macrosystem Macrosystem was developed during COVID-19 lockdown, and explores the notion that everything is connected. Investigating this through complex interactions of interrelated systems, singular elements intertwine, shift and weave between each other organically. In an effort to contain the virus, we remained physically distanced, isolated from each other, and our exterior surroundings. As individuals we …

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Dotti Le Sage

Kyklos the Separating Circle & Boundary Landmark This work makes reference to the original Greek meaning of the horizon concept. Before us lies an assemblage of past, present and future horizons. We witness the fragments of the peripheral and the bordering fringes of our sight. Digital print on cotton canvas. Mounted on plywood. Find Dotti …

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Debbie Wood

Family The weave represents the intrinsic cultural, spiritual and familial bonds that connect our family, both to ourselves, our culture and to the Dreamtime. The strength of the weave illustrates that despite the tests we go through in life and the loss of one of our siblings, we will forever be connected. Ngay dhiiyaan (my …

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Brittany Hefren

Untitled (from Diversity) This work is a part of a series where I used photography as a lens through which I could ask questions and be curious about alternative farming techniques. I reached out to some friends who own a farm on the outskirts of Wagga and have recently switched to a regenerative agriculture approach. …

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Beverly Moxon

Infinite Horizons Personal connections with landscapes transcend time and space in Beverly Moxon’s work, ‘Infinite Horizons’. Moxon’s vessel, constructed from pine needles and lomandra grass has a personal connection with landscapes she has encountered. Binding and coiling the rows together with thread becomes a physical as well as a conceptual means of connecting the past …

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Angela Halkias-Champ

Banksia vessels The impact severe bushfires have on natural habitats and ecosystems -the destruction and devastation to environments is long lasting both physically and emotionally, experienced far and wide. ‘Banksia vessels’ speaks of the fragility of natural species that have not developed adaptations to fire and are lost in such events. They are a memory, …

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Jacqui Hermann

East from Tully’s HIll, Brobenah Acryclic on Canvas ARTIST STATEMENT: This artwork portrays the vast horizon looking east from the top of Tully’s Hill, and captures the dry Autumn farm land and distant iconic outcrops, varied vegetation and moss-covered rocky hilltop underfoot. This work is inspired by a piece written by a local poet Sarah …

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