21.9 – 7.10.18 ~
St Heliers Street Gallery
Emerging artist Jo Condon presents a series of photographs that depict her early memories of the wilderness in coastal, southwest Victoria. She explores familiar places between a field of volcanoes and the sea, and what it means to be ‘grounded’ in nature. Jo hopes to inspire curiosity for, and meditation on the natural environment, and the sometimes overlooked elements that make it up.
In the beginning
With stillness, magic
Selected prints from this series as noted above are available for purchase as part of a limited edition of 20 per artwork. Artwork is sized at just smaller than A2 and are priced at $180 each excluding postage.
Print Artworks will be printed with archival pigment on museum grade Canson Rag Photographique 310 gsm paper as displayed at St Heliers Street Gallery. They will be hand signed and numbered. If you would like to place an order, please email Jo on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jo acknowledges both peoples as Traditional Owners of these respective lands and pays her respects to their Elders, past and present. She also welcomes Elders from other communities, and first nations people from any community who visit this exhibition.
Jo thanks her father Peter for photographic and fine art printing support, her mother Jann for generous support during field trips in the region and Viv for day-in, day-out encouragement. She would also like to thank the following for lending gear and props: Lovelight for lighting equipment, Gertrude Contemporary for plinths, and Bamstone for some rock specimens. She would also like to thank Cat from the Abbotsford Convent for exhibition advice in the last year, and Nadin for peer support during the install period.