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Georgia is a Printmaker based in South Australia, exhibiting her linoprints in solo and group shows since 2009. Georgia studied Visual Art at North Adelaide School of Art between 1993 – 1996, majoring in Sculpture. But it was the Printmaking classes she attended more than a decade later under Printmaker and teacher Christine McCarthy at Ruth Tuck Art School (where she was a former student and teacher) that re-ignited Georgia’s artistic career and forged her path as a Printmaker. Christine introduced Georgia to the works of Australian Printmakers Cressida Campbell, Barbara Hanrahan, Dorrit Black, Ethel Spowers and Margaret Preston. It was Cressida Campbell’s intricately detailed scenes of domestic life, residential interiors and the everyday that struck a chord and subsequently inspired Georgia’s first depictions of interiors, a theme that has remained dominant in her linoprints over many years.
See Georgia's work at Wonderground. Barossa's leading contemporary art gallery.
Artwork: Afternoon Sun, Day Terrace
limited edition linoprint
printed on archival Canson 245gsm
Lynka is an emerging Australian-Polish figurative abstract artist based in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. Lynka’s creative practice is largely focused on Her - mind, body and identity. Working predominantly with acrylics, she seeks to explore a woman’s relationship with herself, others and ultimately her place in society. Through simplified forms and complex lines, the work examines the transformative parallels between the rational and irrational. Lynka is a self-taught artist with an apparel design background. She has participated in a number of group exhibitions across Australia to date, and in 2021, Lynka held her first solo exhibition, “Moments of Being and Everything In Between”.
We are delighted to show Lynka's work at Wonderground Barossa, Art Gallery and Cellar door.
Artwork: Details - Lost in the Words, Acrylic & Card Collage on Birch Panel, 76 x 91cm
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Janelle Amos lives & creates just over the hill from Wonderground on her family vineyard property in Seppeltsfield. Janelle's art practice is heavily informed by the energy of the natural rural environment surrounding her Barossa life, expressing a felt sense of connectivity & observation.
Dynamic mark making and sweeping gestures are signatures of Janelle’s work, results of deep noticing, sensing and listening to the interconnectedness of ecology, environment and her inner-self. This sensitive eco-somatic approach invites a raw untamed freedom, play and discovery into her practice.
Janelle’s contemporary works express the connection between the physical and atmosphere, a sensory attunement to oneself in the landscape, to reawaken, reconnect and realign. Acrylics, graphite and pastels stir a lucid emotional resonance held in shape, line and colour, embodying a sense of both restoration and
We are delighted to show Janelle Amos' work at Wonderground Barossa Art Gallery and Cellar door.