Lynda Draper has been included in the PHAIDON publication VITAMIN C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art. ‘A global survey of 100 of todays most important clay & Ceramic artists’. Preorder for October release
Thanks to all those that made it along to my exhibition at Gallerysmith.
Image: Detail of part of Lynda Draper’s exhibition The Other at Gallerysmith, Melbourne
Exhibition The Other at Gallerysmith, Melbourne 25 July-1 July, Opening 3 June 2017.
more details http://www.gallerysmith.com.au
Image: Lynda Draper, White Lion , Ceramic & various glazes
Lynda Draper’s work is featured in the German magazine Hohe Luft www.hoheluft-magazin.de
Saturday 26 November 2016 to Sunday 12 February 2017, open during Gallery hours.
Weird Ceramic is a survey of the strange and peculiar in contemporary Australian ceramics featuring twenty-seven works by eleven artists: Glenn Barkley, Stephen Bird, Chris Dolman, Lynda Draper, Donna Green, Emily Hunt, Philjames, Jenny Orchard, Stephen Ralph, Sarah Smuts-Kennedy, and Vipoo Srivilasa.
With its basis in the 1970s arts/craft movement, contemporary ceramics has one eye on the past while looking forward to new forms, techniques and processes.
OPENING: Friday 25 November at 6.00pm
GUEST SPEAKERS: The Ryan Sisters (Natalie & Pip Ryan) – Artists
The exhibition is supported by a fully illustrated catalogue.
Venue: Gippsland Art Gallery
Address: 64-66 Foster Street, Sale 3850
Image: Invitation and Catologue (Lynda Draper)
Lynda Draper has been selected for the 7th time as a finalist in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize
15-30 October 2016
Finalist Lynda Draper, Green Eyes Pink kisses
Hand and To Hold features a range of vessel ceramics from C-A-C’s permanent Collection
25 June-31 July 2016
Campbelltown Arts Centre , One Art Gallery Rd, Campbelltown c-a-c.com.au
Open daily 10am-4pm