Leaves of grass, grains of sand.

Our next workshop is over the Easter weekend, a time symbolic of rejuvenation, of adjusting one’s perception to the minutiae. The rocks and the forest shelter tiny worlds enabled by orientation and position in relation to prevailing wind, rain and sunshine.

In this workshop we’ll focus on the small scale discoveries to be made at Haneena Hill: Rock holes eroded by the elements in which richly varied landscapes unfold within a space the size of a human hand, lichen nestling among tree roots presenting in a tiny scale the forms of the high forest foliage.

The Autumn air on the granite high country thrills the senses enabling a profound sense of time and place.

For workshop Itinerary information look here.

Further enquiries and to book your place in this workshop here.

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Nameer Davis BAHo, MA maintains a full-time studio practice together with weekly teaching in painting and drawing at the Brisbane Institute of Art. Born in England, growing up in Nigeria, Australia and the UK, with extensive travels to China and Europe, Nameer's work reflects a diversity of cultural influences most recently through pattern and textile. Barbara Penrose BAHo, MA exhibits regularly and has numerous public art commissions across Brisbane and Regional Queensland. In 2006 and in 2011 Barbara was the recipient of Australia Council grants for experienced artist to produce new work. With a background in installation art, sculpture and painting, her current practice mediates between painting, drawing and ceramics.

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