Gallery 139 presents
by Varelle Hardy & Margaret McBride
Newcastle Art Space gallery, Newcastle
THURS 9 MAY - SUN 26 MAY 2019
OPENING: FRIDAY 10 MAY, 6-8pm
opening words by John Church (Independent councillor, Newcastle)
MEET THE ARTISTS
Saturday 11 May, 1-4pm
OTHER PLACES grew from conversation between the artists about travel. Both artists collecting and experimenting with collage and mixed media to make works that talk about a sense of place, time and memory.
Newcastle Art Space gallery
91 Chinchen St
Tighes Hill 2297 Newcastle
Exhibition hours: Thursday - Sunday 12noon - 4pm
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Varelle Hardy’s series of collages are made from found and reused materials found during her residency in Egaliere, Provence or taken from her home in Newcastle to use during her residency. Framed store-purchased white frames with matt boarders.
“The trees leading to the Art residency in Egaliere Provence ,welcomed the start of Spring with newly sprouted shoots . Their majestic shapes were beautiful against a backdrop of rolling hills that met the distant Alpille mountains .The countryside and picturesque little villages were both magical and inspirational .During my stay in this beautiful place , I made the work for our exhibition.“ - Varelle Hardy
Margaret McBride’s Remants of History series combines found objects and mixed media to build a collage and attached to mulberry paper. This is then mounted behind a archival mount board and framed for exhibition in a sturdy store-purchased white frame.
“Time corrodes memory. What was once a true representation morphs into something less than the whole. It becomes a remnant or the residue of that memory.” - Margaret McBride Ga