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'Belonging" Anne Harris Artist Talk

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"Belonging The embodiment of Landscape" is an exhibition by Sunshine Coast artist Anne Harris that explores the natural landscape and responds to the stillness created by deeply listening.

Held at Gympie Regional Gallery, Join Anne via ZOOM as she shares the concepts and methodology that informs her art practice, and the insights she has gained during the process of creating the Belonging Exhibition.
Anne visited the Cooloola Coast region on many occasions to draw with natural hand-made ink, brushes and sticks, on paper and textiles. While doing this she thinks about potential ‘knowledge’ contained within the plant ecosystem.
Her enquiry has broaden to encompassing ideas of personal ancestry, universal understanding of identity, rites of passage, and the cycles of life.

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Official opening performance is held at Alluvial Contemporary Gallery, Gympie on Thursday 17 February, 5.30pm
Exhibition is on view from 28 January – 5 March 2022.

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