April News: Artist interview in The Island Review

Recently, I was contacted by Jordan Ogg from the UK online magazine The Island Review. The Island Review is dedicated to ‘publishing great writing and visual art that comes from, is inspired by, celebrates or seeks to understand the extraordinary appeal of islands as places and as metaphors’.             Jordan and I had a chat about my […]

Jan News: Featured artist on Art World Women NOW

Today, three recent paintings from my Extinction Project have been featured on the Artworldwomen.com website. Established by Melbourne artist, Claire Bridge, the New on Wednesday (NOW) feature is designed to introduce the current work of contemporary women artists. To see the post, please follow the link: http://artworldwomen.com/category/new-on-wednesday-now/emma-lindsay/ Extinction Project :  Posted on AWW NOW 22/1/14. Text: Emma Lindsay. “I’ve […]

Jan 2014: ‘Animal Fanfair’ @ Pine Rivers Art Gallery

Two recent paintings will be part of the upcoming exhibition Animal Fanfair, opening at Pine Rivers Art Gallery in January 2014. The exhibition presents the opportunity to publicly show, for the first time, an important painting from my current RMIT PhD research project on Australian native birds and species extinction. The exhibition focusses on the complex and contradictory […]

Nov 2013: Heiser Gallery ‘Beyond the back fence’ exhibition

  A large new work Hunter/hunted  2013, has been made for the group exhibition, ‘Beyond the back fence’. Hunter/hunted considers the artists’ encounter with the largest Australian outback predator bird, the wedge-tailed eagle, in the city-based natural history museum archive. In the landscape of the museum, the predator has become prey. The hunter now a beautiful collection […]