Night & Day at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery by Wendy Murray

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During her first Hill End Artist in Residence in 2010, Wendy began the Daily – a series of observational drawings created in one day. The series has expanded to over 300 drawings that document the rural and urban environments in Australia, New Zealand and North America. Night & Day features a selection of the Daily drawings including works completed during her second Hill End Residency undertaken in 2018.
Night & Day opens Friday 15 February and I will be doing a floor talk at 11am Saturday 16 February - see you there!!

The Barka (Darling River) by Wendy Murray

Today I had the privilege of spending the time with a group of talented artists from the Broken Hill/Menindee region. Together we produced a series of posters in response to the Barka (Darling River) water crisis. We created the posters using Letraset and screen printing processes - developing the work at The Cross Art Projects and printing at the National Art School.
Special thanks to Blake Griffiths, the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery & the Printmaking Department of the National Art School Sydney.

Hi-Viz: Australian Political Posters 1979–2019 by Wendy Murray

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HI-VIS: AUSTRALIAN POSTERS 1979–2019 is an exhibition of screen-printed posters that provide a visual commentary of politics and life in Australia over the last four decades. Renowned for their high visibility, particularly in the 1980s with their saturated fluorescent colors, these posters describe the times and events that have engaged socially active artists throughout recent periods of major change. Includes posters by Redback Graphix, Gregor Cullen, Michael Callaghan, Alison Alder, Megalo Print Studio and Gallery, Earthworks, Garage Graphix, Jan MackayLeonie Lane, Paul Worstead, Paul CockramBernie Slater, Marie MacMahon, Jake Holmes, Peter Drew, Bloody Good Graffix, Wendy Murray and more!
Image: Gregor Cullen, 1984.

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