Art exhibition 'Biospheres' 2022

25 May 2022 | 5 min read | cost: Free | website: http://www.redpoles.com.au | address: 190 McMurtrie Road, McLaren Vale, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia, 5171

published: 25 May 2022

'Biospheres' is a mixed media group exhibition featuring artists Jordan bang, Paul Johnson, Lyndy Danby, Michele Nooteboom and artists from the Ceduna Art Centre.

The initial focus was the Onkaparinga Biospheres project which was the recipient of a 2022 Onkaparinga Arts Grant for Jordan Bang. The project involves showcasing the diversity of flora and fauna within the Onkaparinga council area via detailed watercolour drawings.
By bringing attention to the specific natural spaces around the Onkaparinga council it is the intention to foster a greater understanding and awareness of the importance of biodiversity so it may be protected for further generations.
Other artists have extended the theme of biodiversity beyond the Onkaparinga environment.

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when: 25 May 2022
start time/end time: Sat 14th May 2022 - Sun 31st Jul 2022, Next Occurrence : Wed 25th May 202209:00 AM - 05:00 PM

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Summary: Art exhibition 'Biospheres' 2022

25 May 2022 | 5 min read | cost: Free | website: http://www.redpoles.com.au | address: 190 McMurtrie Road, McLaren Vale, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia, 5171

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Art exhibition 'Biospheres' 2022 | 25 May 2022 - 25 May 2022 | 5 min read | cost: Free | website: http://www.redpoles.com.au 'Biospheres' is a mixed media group exhibition featuring artists Jordan bang, Paul Johnson, Lyndy Danby, Michele Nooteboom and artists from the Ceduna Art Centre.The initial focus was the Onkaparinga Biospheres project which was the recipient of a 2022 Onkaparinga Arts Grant for Jordan Bang. The project involves showcasing the diversity of flora and fauna within the Onkaparinga council area via detailed watercolour drawings. By bringing attention to the specific natural spaces around the Onkaparinga council it is the intention to foster a greater understanding and awareness of the importance of biodiversity so it may be protected for further generations.Other artists have extended the theme of biodiversity beyond the Onkaparinga environment.

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'Biospheres' is a mixed media group exhibition featuring artists Jordan bang, Paul Johnson, Lyndy Danby, Michele Nooteboom and artists from the Ceduna Art Centre.

The initial focus was the Onkaparinga Biospheres project which was the recipient of a 2022 Onkaparinga Arts Grant for Jordan Bang. The project involves showcasing the diversity of flora and fauna within the Onkaparinga council area via detailed watercolour drawings.
By bringing attention to the specific natural spaces around the Onkaparinga council it is the intention to foster a greater understanding and awareness of the importance of biodiversity so it may be protected for further generations.
Other artists have extended the theme of biodiversity beyond the Onkaparinga environment.