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‘printed in portland ‘Portland Bay Press 2 Sept. – 2 Oct.

  This solo exhibition is a survey of prints by Carmel Wallace, including early screen-prints developed at Portland Community Access Print-shop and etchings, relief and mono prints made at Portland Bay Press and in the artist’s studio. Review by Marguerite … Continue reading

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Recent Acquisitions: Portland Arts Centre 16 Aug. – 9 Sept.

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SW COAST: Scope Galleries, Warrnambool 13 Aug. – 18 Sept.

Curated by Marion Manifold and Sure Ferrari, the SW COAST exhibition showcases the work of seven artists living on Victoria’s south west coast, navigating its rich natural and cultural heritage.

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Front Window Project: Carmel Wallace July 1 – July 30 2016

http://www.frontwindow.com.au/in-the-window/  69 Victoria Parade, Collingwood VIC 3066 Australia “I am interested in exploring the resonance of repurposed materials and the impact of multiples as compositional elements. For this installation I have woven beach-found fishing ropes to create a colony of enigmatic … Continue reading

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‘Petite’ at Wangaratta Art Gallery 4 June – 17 July 2016

My work Hybrid Reef has been selected for this exhibition. ‘Our fifth biennial Petite – Miniature Textiles exhibition goes from strength to strength, with artists from around the country participating in this project, displaying contemporary textiles that are no larger … Continue reading

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Select 20 pop-up exhibition 27 – 29 May

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Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition 1 May – 12 June 2016

My work Blue Wedge Forest was recently selected to be in the Toorak Village Sculpture exhibition in Melbourne, Australia. It was inspired by my local Portland environment and the wooden cargo wedges used on ships and sometimes found washed up along the coast. 

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Flânerie, Sofitel Melbourne On Collins 31March – 30 June 2016

Flânerie, my latest exhibition of collaged printed works, was created as a result of a residency at the Sofitel Melbourne On Collins in 2015. It interprets the hotel’s French flavour, multicultural philosophy, and contrasting environments from the Paris end of Collins … Continue reading

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Chatting Up Melba: Conversations Sparked by Art

Listen to this discussion relating to the prints from the 37° 48′ S: artists navigate MELBOURNE recorded live in 2015.   Hosted by poet / playwright / spoken word performer Nathan Curnow, with special guest conversationalists: Neil Stonell, Director of Grimshaw Architects … Continue reading

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Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Finalist 2015

I have been selected as a finalist in this year’s Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize with my work Daphne. Daphne was inspired by the Laurel tree in the Portland Botanical Gardens and the myth of Apollo and Daphne that has been interpreted widely in art … Continue reading

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