Sneak peaks into the lives of those who are contributing to BOAA. Ballarat's own Michelle Dunn (MDP) has been working tirelessly to bring you profiles on some of the artists who will be contributing to BOAA 2018.
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Ballarat's own Kim Anderson work emanates an emotional examination of her deepest responses to the world around her. Her close observational style results in intesely detailed drawings.
Kim Anderson will be exhibiting at The Art Gallery of Ballarat.
Faridah Cameron is an abstract painter from Hobart, Tasmania. Using fine 'thread-like' lines, Faridah creates intricate and captivating paintings that resemble textiles.
Asher Bilu is an established artist living an working in Melbourne. Originally a painter, Asher's work now breaks free of the canvas to create immersive experiences.
Asher Bilu will be exhibiting at The Art Gallery of Ballarat during BOAA 2018.
The Numina Sisters
The Numina Sisters hail from the Northern Territory and are an incredibly talented family. Sisters Salena, Lanita, Louise, Sharron, Jacinta and Caroline, along with their mother Barbara, are all painters and bring to BOAA their sense of community and integrity.
The Numina Sisters will be exhibiting at The Art Gallery of Ballarat during BOAA 2018.
Living and working in ACT, David Jensz is an established sculptor that works in a variety of materials to explore the disconnect between how he lives his life, his view of the world and its relationship to the universe.
David will be showcasing his sculptural talent at The Art Gallery of Ballarat during BOAA 2018.