The Old SchoolHouse Gallery June exhibition, “Triple Treat” officially opens Saturday 2nd June at 5.30pm. Three artists, interpreting the same subject through three art mediums. Phil Robinson using photography, May Shepard through contemporary painting and printmaker Natasha Scott through linocut.
Utilising their respective mediums these members will showcase a cohesive body of work, resulting in a unique insight into each artists interpretation of Redland’s wildlife. The exhibition is anchored around the photographic images of award winning photographer Phil Robinson. He has spent years photographing wildlife while traveling but is especially passionate about the wildlife, big and small, in and around his home in the Redlands.
Phil’s wife May, has interpreted these photographic images using her art and design skills, producing graphic, contemporary paintings. May brings a lifetime of design and painting experience to this exhibition and finds endless inspiration in her husband’s photographs.
Natasha continues to push the boundaries of printmaking through the medium of Linocut. She also has extensive knowledge of paper-making and book-binding. She is keen to share her knowledge with the community, offering workshops at the Gallery. Printmaking workshops in linocut are planned for 19th May, 17th June, 28th July, 19th August and 9th September. Visit our website oldschoolhousegallery.org.au for more information.
Supporting their love for wildlife, these artists have offered a triptych artwork in the theme of this exhibition as first prize in our fundraising raffle, with all proceeds going to our local Koala Action Group. Tickets sold at the Gallery throughout June and July.