An exhibition of works celebrating the natural form.
Helen Seligman is a printmaker exploring environmental themes. Her showing at the Phee – Renewal – features her highly colourful, multi- block lino cuts and paper works.
As a passionate environmental advocate, all works are for sale in support of climate action organisations 350.org, ACF, Market Forces and Seed.
Helen has a studio in Barkers Creek and has exhibited Australia wide. She has a Masters degree in Visual Art and has been teaching printmaking in the Art Pathways course in Castlemaine for more than 20 years. She has been represented by Marlene Antico Fine Art Gallery in Sydney and Art Galleries Schubert in Queensland, and was chosen to represent Australia’s Emerging Artists at the International Works on Paper Fair in Sydney in 2001.
Opening event Saturday, 1 October 2022 at 11:30am
Josh Meadows from ACF will formally open the exhibition at 12 noon
Helen will be in attendance in the Foyer at times listed below. A wide range of smaller works will be on display at these times:
– Wednesdays 2 – 5:30pm
– Fridays 3 – 6pm
– Saturdays 11:30am – 1:30pm
This shared space between the Castlemaine Library and Phee Broadway Theatre is found in the heart of Castlemaine.
The venue has an open plan layout, has free Wi-Fi access and is available for theatre shows and special events. It is open to the public during the following times:
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10am-5.30pm
- Thursdays 10am-7pm
- Saturdays 9.30am-2pm
- Sundays - closed
Mount Alexander Shire Council puts out an annual Expression of Interest for exhibitors early each year. Please ensure you are signed up to Get Lost news to find out more.
The Phee Broadway Theatre was named in honor of Phee Broadway OAM, the Festival Manager of the Castlemaine State Festival for the first 18 years of its life.
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