Congratulations to Amanda who is a finalist in the Portia Geach: S.H. Ervin Gallery, Landscape Art Prize: Tattersalls Club Brisbane and the Clayton Utz Prize: Brisbane.
Above: Reg 2018 oil on canvas 40x30cm (Portia Geach entry)
The article, Fields of war and peace by Melanie Egan was published in the Reader’s Digest in November 2018. The article reflects on the trip 12 Australian artists took to the Western Front and the travelling exhibition Salient that showcases the work produced from the experience.
Amanda Penrose Hart’s painting Gallipoli 2016 is part of the Parliament House Art Collection. There is currently an exhibition, Lest we forget, showcasing the work for the Centenary of Armistice.
Exhibition dates: 9 November 2018 –3 February 2019
The exhibition Long Shadows The Great War Australia & The Middle East, Gallipoli is on show at Newcastle University Art Gallery, Newcastle NSW. The group exhibition show cases works on paper of Amanda Penrose Hart and other artists that travelled to Gallipoli.
Article, The colour of battles by Neha Kale was published in the Spectrum on the 6-7 October 2018. Amanda Penrose Hart, along with three artists in the exhibition, Salient were interviewed about their experiences at The Western Front.
The group exhibition, Salient, has just opened at the ANZAC War Memorial and will be on until 17 February 2019.
In 2017 twelve leading Australian artists visited the First World War battlefields of the Western Front, a century after the conflict that claimed so many lives.
This exhibition brings together the works they created in response to the experience.
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