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Selected as Finalist

4th arc Yinnar Biennial Drawing Prize 2012

Riding the Pony is colloquial humour for the state of rapture encountered by performer or artist ‘in the zone’ of creativity. The galloping skeletal horse was the actual backdrop for the guitarist from band ShyRobyn at PONY nightclub in Melbourne but also acts here to anchor the three positions of the performer, to imply motion. The skeletal horse appears occasionally in Australian imagery; on 80s post-punk band The Birthday Party’s posters and Sidney Nolan used similar iconography in his Kelly series - it has connotations of living on the edge of society. The work was inspired by the William Kentridge charcoal animations.

Pony Ride, 2012  Charcoal, pastel and acrylic on heavy paper, 82x102cm

4th arc Yinnar Biennial Drawing Prize 2012

At last! I’ve managed to be selected as a Finalist this year after many rejections!

And it’s a very high standard of works from across Australia.

This year’s winner was Ulrich Stalph. Well worth the drive down to Yinnar!

Opening was on Saturday 20th October and continues until Saturday 24th November at:

Art Resources Collective Inc (arc)

19 Main St, Yinnar 3869 Ph(03)5163 1310

Open hours: Tues-Fri 12-4 and Sat 11-3

Our recent exciting project:

eMotion meets eArt

Yarragon Arts Hub transformed into a nightclub

Music & Painting Performance plus more

May 18 2012, 8:00pm

What happens when expressive paint merges with indie rock music?

What do these two have in common?

How do they differ?

How does creativity link the generations?

 

BawBaw Arts Alliance Hub Gallery in

Murray St Yarragon, opposite CFA

Bookings required due to limited space:

bbaa@isnapbox.com or 0428253107

Be There!

 

Janine Good paints ShyRobyn

 

Check out this video by Will Kulich from The Warragul Citizen

 

http://www.warragulcitizen.com/tv/sav/sound-vision-episode-1-live-art-in-yarragon

 

and these links

 

Youtube Janine Good & ShyR obyn’s Art Jam by Bec Vandyk

 

Baw Baw Arts Alliance eMotion-meets-eArt Event Board

 

Also big thanks to Bec Vandyk for the beautiful Youtube stills video of ‘Janine Good and ShyRobyn’s Art Jam’ and thankyou to Sue Keirnan for dreaming up the whole thing and encouraging it into being.

 

A big thanks to Will Kulich, editor of The Warragul Citizen for coming along and taking these amazing photos of the performance and then making a stills video  of the night.

For more images go to:

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