[Trans]formations presents to you artwork by the current Visual Arts teachers of Ravenswood, who have significant professional art practices concurrent to their teaching practice. As Visual Arts teachers, our own art practice is formative and intrinsic in our teaching.
Salvatore Gerardi, who exhibits at King St Gallery, presents work that explores the relationship that tidal forces have with the land and has informed his practice for over ten years.
Edwina Palmer presents significant assemblages and slates produced while exhibiting at Legge Gallery in from 1990-2004. These works are visual metaphors of personal and public experience. Aesthetically and conceptually, the work investigates and is evidence of the tensions, paradoxes and intangibilities of life.
Jane Cleary aka Jane Fontane, presents wonderful Neo Pop screen-prints primarily focussed on the mixed metaphors of child’s play.
Innocenza Toritto works predominantly in the medium of wet photography, and includes digital media in this exhibition.
Amanda Hale for the last few years has been exploring the concept of painting with clay; pushing the limits of rolling clay slabs, as thin and as large as she can.
Phillipa Catlin presents new etchings and Jane Allon presents figurative drawings.