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SW Coast – Eco & Cultural Resilience

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Beached Verandah exhibition @ Wishart Gallery in Port Fairy

My verandah was laden with materials gathered from the tideline. Although used regularly in my artwork, this beach-found collection grew at a seemingly exponential rate!   Beached Verandah was devised as an innovative project that would make creative use of my … Continue reading

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Toolangi Sculpture Residency

carmel-wallace_bare-bones-of-toolangi-forest_2016 (view film clip)  www.toolangisculpture.com  

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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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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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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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Trajectories exhibition

Works from my Bloom series currently in the Trajectories exhibition at the Prime Ministerial Library Gallery, Geelong Waterfront Campus, Deakin University Australia – until 16 December 2014 [copyright Carmel Wallace 2014]

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Regional Forces exhibition

2 May – 22 June 2014 Horsham Regional Art Gallery 

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Lorne Sculpture Biennale 2014

Atlantis © Carmel Wallace 2014 My Atlantis series developed in contemplation of imaginary underwater worlds composed of plastic objects I have collected on the tide-lines during my many beach-walks along the southwest coast of Victoria.  All the objects that form … Continue reading

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SymbioticA Adaptation exhibition

INQB8 Gallery, Mandurah 6 May – 10 June 2012             http://www.symbiotica.uwa.edu.au/activities/exhibitions/adaptation Opening Sunday 6 May Exploring the microbe to the macro, and everything in between, Adaptation is SymbioticA’s art and ecology research project. The Adaptation … Continue reading

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