ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE 2019/2020
ARTISTS NOW IN RESIDENCE
Tilly Lees is an Australian artist based in Sydney, working across painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking and installation. She has recently completed her Masters of Contemporary Art at the University of Sydney, culminating with a solo show in front of the Great Hall at the University’s main campus.
Her practice explores cultural, physical and psychological influences that surround the human form.
Tilly’s project for the duration of the residency is ’Uncovering the Cove’ and is looking for residents to be involved, either by revealing a secret or by uncovering themselves.
If you would like be involved please contact the Gallery
Anne’s work covers the areas of emotional wellbeing, mental health, disability and creativity. As a registered art therapist it is the relationship between the individual, the therapist and the art that influences her work with individuals and groups.
As a visual artist Anne works primarily with found materials, paper, print and text. Her art is informed by her therapeutic practice and explores the formation of a collaborative experience between artwork, audience and artist.
Anne’s recent solo exhibitions have explored issues around the silence of domestic violence and experiences of mental health. Her artwork has been published in the The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Arts Therapy (ANZJAT).
Anne holds a BSc in psychology, and a MA in Art Therapy from Western Sydney University. She is a registered Art Therapist (Anzacata,) a registered counsellor (ACA), a supervisor and educator.
Trained as a professional photographer and translator, she is now finishing a Diploma of Visual Arts in Ceramics.
She first started doing pottery 10 years ago
since then, she has attended different workshops around the world, all this lead her to study the diploma.
A mother of 4, who inspire and motivate her to share her knowledge and enthusiasm in what she does to others, especially children.
Its Raining Pots Hallelujah
For collectors and supporters of the handmade, sustainable, beautiful, modern ceramic artworks, sculpture and homewares, Sol is exhibiting soon at Creative Space in Curl Curl with 10 ceramicists.
Opening night 17th July
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Art Therapist in Residence