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April 2014

April Newsletter

Future Creatives

We would like to introduce you to the exciting next generation of artists to art@wintergarden – our FUTURE CREATIVES. For the very first time a selected group of the region's artists aged 16 – 23 will showcase their great diversity in ideas and mediums for exhibition during the month of April. We would like to introduce some of the 18 contributing young artists exhibiting and give you a taste of this inspiring group:

Genevieve Tobin is in her third year of a Bachelor of Fine Art at Monash University and works across the disciplines of photography, film, collage and installation.

Rachael Westbrook is currently a student at Gordon TAFE undertaking her Certificate IV in Visual Art.

Meredith Cooney’s photography focuses on the stories of myths and legends and she has recently completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Fine Art) at the University of Ballarat.

Keren Zorn is a Geelong based printmaker and Jia Xin Nong’s colourful and unique sculptural works will be featured.

Rebecca Muldoon works in landscape photography as well as watercolour and is currently studying a Bachelor of Design at Swinburne TAFE.

Ben Partridge has explored and conveyed obsessions, beliefs, imaginations and problems through Biro drawing, he comments:

“It is probably the most difficult as it cannot be rubbed out, you only got one shot at it. I have found drawing with biro makes it easy to develop repetitious line and movement, but this can be incredibly time consuming. Nothing beats looking back on a drawing after finishing the last stroke, it’s like you’ve just completed a marathon; exhausting yet gratifying”.

Ben was presented the Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 2010 in recognition of involvement in presenting Art and Film in the, Art, Technology and Design Exhibition at Christian College and has exhibited in Melbourne and Geelong. He is currently studying an advanced Diploma in Screen and Media at Footscray.

Future Creatives will be officially opened by Courthouse Arts Curator Courtney Ward and artist Patsy at 5.30pm April 4 and runs until 30 April, we would be pleased if you could join us.

For further information and images contact: Jill Shalless jillart@optusnet.com.au p: 0401 160 430

FUTURE CREATIVES sponsored by: Little Creatures and Modern Tea.

Future Creatives

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