Friday, December 22, 2017
Whatever tree you may be adorning, sitting under or looking at - give it a hug :-)
Thanks for sharing 2017 with me.
See you in 2018!
Cheers and Best wishes, Nicola.
Sunday, November 19, 2017
During residency at ARNA, Sweden, my papercut artworks were on show, part of the Basta Biennalen at Hammarlunda Konststall. I had a lovely time speaking with visitors about their thoughts on healthy environment, plastic pollution, sustainability and well-being, making many local/global connections.
Thursday, November 16, 2017
'Resource ecology (Conserve-Develop)' ©2013 Nicola Moss. Hand cut paper, synthetic polymer paint. 137cm diameter. Photographed by Carl Warner.
If you missed my PechaKucha presentation during the Floating Land Festival; you can now view it online here.
Friday, November 10, 2017
Breathing in Trees - I've been doing a lot of it in Sweden. It has been cold and grey and windy some days, but I'm thrilled to have been at ARNA in Autumn, to see the foliage colour and change of season. It has given me a sense of the Inside and Outside nature of life here.
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
I've been in Harlosa, Sweden on residence at ARNA for two weeks now. The village sits in the centre of the Avian Kingdom, with beautiful lakes and farms surrounding. I've been on walks soaking up the autumn colours, vegetation, layers of land use and new sounds. The wind makes everything dance and foliage can turn to gold in the sunlight.
The beanie is getting plenty of use.
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Life on the edge - Opening event at Noosa Regional Gallery, Nicola Moss. Photographed by Your Life Photography.
Thank you to everyone who has visited Life on the edge at Noosa Regional Gallery. It has been wonderful to hear your thoughts and speak with you about your favourite green spaces.
There's a few days left if you would like to see the show - on till 15th October.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
'Wildflower Refuge' ©2017 Nicola Moss. Hand cut paper, synthetic polymer paint. 137cm diameter. Photographed by Carl Warner.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
'Tree water - System filter' ©2017 Nicola Moss. Hand cut papers, synthetic polymer paint, pigmented ink. Photographed by Carl Warner. Courtesy of SGAR.
Trees make many contributions to healthy and clean waterways - reaching far beyond where they are planted. I'm delighted to see this work heading to a new home. Currently on show in Life on the edge at Noosa Regional Gallery.
Monday, September 25, 2017
Opening event for Life on the edge at Noosa Regional Gallery. Photograph by Your Life Photography.
Thank you for the lovely review Amy Clarke - you can read it online at sixtoeight.
And Thank you everyone for coming along to join in the opening, it was wonderful to see you there.
Sunday, September 17, 2017
The project 'Birds upside down' is developed as an exchange between children in two opposite areas in the world, The Avian Kingdom in Sweden and Noosa biosphere reserve in Australia.
With common birds in the two areas as a starting points, the project has the aim to make children aware of how environmental issues affect the long time development of all living beings.
The pictures shown at Noosa Regional Gallery are created in the two villages Revinge and Veberöd in The Avian Kingdom by children in ages between seven and nine during September 2017.
Birds Upside down is developed by ARNA with support from Kultur Skåne in Sweden and in partnership with Noosa Regional Gallery and the artist Nicola Moss in Australia.
I'm excited to be meeting Kerstin from ARNA, Sweden in person in a little over a week. And seeing the children's drawings at Noosa Regional Gallery. Check out the free kids workshops here for details and be involved in Birds Upside Down.