Art of Woman

Heavenly Bodies opening

What an amazing feast of artistic expression! Heavenly Bodies exhibition opened to a full house. Artists and guests enjoyed a stunning array of interpretation of Heavenly Bodies. Included were figure studies by Marie Lund, mythic bold sculptures by Terry Fuller, life's meaning explored by Lyndy Delain, delicate paintings on emu eggs and original fashion by Marlene Greenwood and fragile carvings in cuttlefish bone by Kylie Douglass. Helen Nugent had bright playful mythic images which contrasted with soft drawings by Allan Baptist. Kaoru Rauter explored diverse styles with great skill and stunning effect. Kerry Shepherdson demonstrated skill in cubist style and Wanda Bridgland made a social statement. Barbie Robinson told a story in digital photography and I continued my theme of women's symbolism with three digitally blended photographs.

A big THANK YOU to Hibiscus Gallery hosts, Chris and Wanda Bridgland.

The exhibition runs until 12 October.


A real angel and devil came to the opening of Heavenly Bodies - Photo Richard Robinson


A drink at the opening - Photo Bryan Kalms


Two of my photos, 'Angel of Life and Death' and 'Cosmic Woman' - Photo Margaret Kalms