Artist in Focus: Noel Hart
‘Art Objects can be designed to express and connect to the sublime, the transcendental, the most powerful forces and instincts that animate human existence.
‘The objective of my work has been to interpret the idea of “power objects”, linking the primitive to the contemporary around an interest in biodiversity and extinction, and a symbolic intervention between the two.
‘My practice generally revolves around painting and blown glass, which in turn are related by the connecting threads of process and obsessions.’
– Noel Hart
Noel Hart is represented by galleries in the USA, Europe, and Australia.
The gallery and studio will be open 10am–2pm Monday–Wednesday and Friday throughout January, or by appointment.
Enquiries welcome. Ph: 0417 042 951 / 6684 0005 / www.noelhart.com.
Try it out or dive right in!
Round two of applications is now open for First-Year Visual Arts at Byron School of Art. This course provides extensive grounding in practical studio-based programs, art history, and creative thinking. Perfect for beginners or those wanting to expand their skills.
Summer Tasters return in January with a selection of 3-hour visual art classes offering a taste of painting, drawing, printmaking, and fibre art.
Fire up your post-holiday brain cells…
Happy New Year! Byron Writers Festival are thrilled to kick off 2019 with an exciting calendar of workshops to suit all writing stages and genres, with a few workshops for creatives of all types in the mix too.
Upcoming workshops include Creative Thinking with ME Baird in February, Understanding Story Structure with Laurel Cohn, and Podcasting with Samantha Turnbull in March.
So fire up those post-holiday brain cells, get your projects on track, and sign up today! More events, workshops and opportunities listed on our website: