eco art exhibition
Jelly uprising and a spot of backstroke
Susanna Fishburn / etching / $480 framed or $300 unframed
eco film festival
exhibition opening Nov 15th
"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent but the one most responsive to change."
Established, emerging and student artists have submitted material under the exhibition's Darwinian theme to provide a visual exploration of environmental landscapes, its inhabitants and how they interact with change. The emerging and student artists that have submitted their work get the opportunity to display their work along side established Tasmanian artists as well as enter the prize draw totalling to $1000.
The exhibition will run from Nov15-20th @ Room for Pony: 338 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart.
Artwork is for sale, for more information click on the image within the slide show above.
Tues 15th Nov, 6 - 7:30PM
@ Room for a Pony
JUDGES / EXHIBITING ARTISTS
is an emerging artist expressing
connection to environment through
dream-like ink & acrylic images of
hybrid human-animal forms.
showcases in his work the natural
landscape in observant detail. He
won the people's choice award
at the 2016 Glover Prize
REP: Bett Gallery
The TeFF Eco Art Competition is supported by ARTERY, BETT GALLERY, HANDMARK, MULTIDISCIPLINARY ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH GROUP (MERG), PENNICOTT WILDERNESS JOURNEYS, ROOM FOR A PONY
working exclusively in oils, Linda's art navigates human & animal relationships. She has been a recipient of many prizes & was a finalist in the 2012 Waterhouse Natural History Prize & 2015 Glover Prize.
uses multiple media to build a nationally recognised body of work. Her work is included in numerous public & private collections including the National Gallery of Australia.
REP: Bett Gallery