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Inspiration from Jo Felstead-Hill

Jo Felstead-Hill "Botanicus"
First Prize Courtyard Sculpture
With the fantastic response to the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show being reflected in numbers visiting and also sales it is a great time to reflect on what this means not only to the ASV but the general arts community.

Grame Wilkie’s comment of art as a Visual Language is critical to a view of ourselves as artists.


To walk through the show and engage with the visitors is both an opportunity and challenge, often needing to explain (and affirm to ourselves) why and what we do as artists when colour, texture, scale and form are ‘our’ language, the interaction often making the work ‘come alive’ to the viewer.

As the Annual Exhibition is fast approaching, although a vastly different event, it is the perfect opportunity that should reflect the versatility of the creative mind.

Start the creative juices flowing NOW!!!!

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