My Night parrots works have just flown home safe and sound- thank you USC Art Gallery and Segue Art! The ceramic work Bird form (Night parrot) 2021, and the three paintings in The Queenslander series 2021, are now available for purchase: Bird form (Night parrot), 2021, ceramic. SOLD 13/12/21 Night parrot (Boulia 1990), 2021, oil […]
Tag: Emma Lindsay artist
August News: “Sites of Connection” group exhibition, USC Art Gallery
SITES OF CONNECTION 23 AUGUST TO 30 OCTOBER 2021 Sites of Connection illuminates the work of artists at the intersection of creative practice and environmental research. The works move beyond the literal presentation of scientific research to demonstrate how artists employ creative methods to imaginatively explore environmental topics which illuminate ideas, spark curiosity, and generate dialogue. Connecting audiences […]
Group Exhibition: ‘Mixed Grill’ @BruceHeiserProjects M-Arts Murwullimbah 5-28 July
Pop up space: M-Arts Precinct, 1 Brisbane Street, Murwillumbah Exhibition current 5 – 28 July 2019 Monday – Friday 10am – 3pm Saturday 10am – 2pm CLOSED THURSDAY AND SUNDAY Emma Lindsay 2017, Stilled lives (pink snapper + prawns), oil on linen.
May News: #savethedate ‘Life on Earth’ opening 6pm World Environment Day, 5 June 2019 Metro Arts Brisbane.
Image: Emma Lindsay, process detail for Borderlines, made at the Sonoran artist Residency, in Ajo, Arizona 2018. #sonorandesertinn
News: Sonoran Arts Residency
Very happy and honoured to be one of the first 4 residents selected for the Sonoran Arts Residency Program in Fall 2018, being held in Ajo, Arizona. Looking forward to working alongside fellow residency artist Gregory Spaid, amongst the Ajo & regional arts community, and experiencing the wilds of the Sonoran Desert … 🌵🦂🐍 ・・・ […]
October 2015 News: ‘Hunter/hunted’ exhibition, Oct 27-Nov 21 @ Heiser Gallery Brisbane.
Emma Lindsay’s next solo exhibition of paintings Hunter/hunted will open this month at Heiser Gallery in Brisbane, October 27- November 21 2015. This painting series reflects on experiences with common and endangered predator and prey species seen in natural history museum collection archives, and has evolved out of the artists’ encounters with stored taxidermy mounts during global field trips for her […]
July News 2015
Hi everyone- have been a bit quiet of late as I’m full-time in the studio working towards my October solo exhibition for Heiser Gallery: Hunter/Hunted. Just a quick update to let you know that Exhibition material will slowly be added to the blog over the next few months under the page Selected works (https://emmalindsayartist.wordpress.com/exhibitions/). If you would like direct […]
December News: Decennalia exhibition, Heiser Gallery Brisbane.
A new painting Hunter/hunted (cheetah & polar bear) is currently part of the ten year anniversary exhibition at the Heiser Gallery, Brisbane. For all enquiries please contact Bruce Heiser or Miriam Carter at the gallery. http://www.heisergallery.com.au/current.html This will be the last exhibition news for 2014- wishing everyone a happy holiday season. See you in 2015. e x […]
July 2014 News
In late July the work of 101 finalists of the 2014 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize finally opened to the public. Congratulations to all of the winners. A big thank you to everyone who forwarded words of encouragement and support of my work in this prize. It is really appreciated. Turns […]
June 2014 News: Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2014 & Exhibitions
Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2014 (26 July- 7 September 2014) Very pleased to announce that one of my paintings has been accepted as a finalist in this years Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize. The Waterhouse is run by the South Australian Museum, with the overall winning artwork acquired as part of the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize collection. […]
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 […]
April News 2014
2014 is shaping up to be a fantastic year so far. Two of my paintings have been acquired by the University of Queensland Art Gallery, Still 2012 & Hunter/hunted (Barn owl & rat) 2013, and I’ve been awarded a two-month artist residency at Point B Worklodge, Brooklyn NYC in October & November of 2014. It is also my […]
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 […]
Sixtoeight.net blog review ‘Lovesong’: 21/4/13
Online review of Lovesong blogged by sixtoeight.net earlier this year: “James Dorahy Project Space – Julie Krone and Emma Lindsay To start with I must say that was a most joyous opening and one that I was looking forward to seeing and being at. It’s funny how people respond to how Art is made, how […]
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 […]