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Radio Interview on NorthSide Radio 99.

Radio Interview on Stories of Strangers

 

Yesterday I sat down with the lovely Georgie Cadwalladar from NorthSide Radio 99.3 and chatted about my upcoming exhibition. 

To hear the recording of the interview click the link.

(16 February 2020)

Newport Creative Trail Winner!

 

Winner - 2019 Newport Creative Trail!

 

So excited to announce that my artwork 'Starry Night' won first prize in the Newport Creative Trail 2019.

 

The judges said "Trinity’s bold use of colour is striking. It has wonderful movement and the work is beautifully executed. Her precise linework engages the viewer - leading the eye around the work and inviting them on a journey to discover the details." 

The works are in the pop-up gallery at the old Mark Tucky building on Barrenjoey Road, Newport. You can see all the artworks on display till Sunday 15 December 2019.

For more details go to:  https://www.totemartsfestival.org.au

(30 November 2019)

Exhibition Announcement 

Exhibition Announced!

 

This is me aged 5. About the same age I first said I wanted to be an artist. Now, more than 40 years later I'm able to proudly announce the news of my very first SOLO EXHIBITION, 'Stories of Strangers'. The exhibition will be in March/April 2020 over 2 weeks held at the beautiful Artspace on the Concourse in Chatswood, Sydney.

 

‘Stories of Strangers’ project turns the tables on what the art is all about and instead asks you, the viewer tell the story you see through your own unique lens. Anything that inspires you - a story, poem, memoir, observation inspired by the art is welcome. You don't need to be good at writing, spelling or grammar, just be able to string a few words together for someone else to read. All ages and abilities welcome!

 

It’s hoped that a diverse audience will share their stories and highlight the differences and similarities in how we see the world, through the art. It's also just a fun way to give life to the characters in the art and get a sense of how other people see the world.

 

Stories will be presented alongside each artwork at the exhibition for the public to read. Visitors to the exhibition will also be welcome to submit stories during the course of the exhibition. 

 

For details on how to submit a story and be part of the exhibition go the Stories of Stranger page on this website. 

(5 November 2019)