Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Mailing List - Gift Giveaway


Have you considered joining my mailing list? Now may be a good time; with my November Art Update I have a small Gift Giveaway draw for subscribers.
To thank subscribers for their support, each is in the draw for a chance to receive a gift of a hard cover copy of my Brisbane Botanic Gardens Artist in Residence book - Layers of Life.
The book documents seasonal highlights from the Australian Plant communities at Mt.Coot-tha, Brisbane, March to November, along with images of artworks I exhibited at the end of year exhibition 'Family Tree' in 2009.

One winner will be drawn randomly on Monday 14th December 2015 and I'll be in touch to get the book in the mail. Cut off for entry is midnight Sunday 13th December 2015 (Australian ESDT)
If you would like to join my mailing list and be in the draw, you can do so at this link - http://eepurl.com/bqvpKT
Best wishes.

Monday, November 16, 2015

A new home - Priority species-Moreton Bay

'Priority species - Moreton Bay' ©2013 Nicola Moss. Hand cut paper and synthetic polymer paint, 141cm diameter.  Courtesy of the artist and SGAR.

Jupiters Hotel and Casino Gold Coast celebrates its 30th anniversary this November. I was delighted to have my artworks acquired for their collection, with the mandala paper cut Priority species - Moreton Bay installed as part of refurbishment of two penthouses.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Cult GC article

'Synergy - Radiance' ©2015 Nicola Moss. Hand cut papers, synthetic polymer paint, pigmented ink. 65 x 88cm.  Courtesy of the artist and SGAR.

The CULT GC blog has a lovely article this week about my exhibition Synergy. CULT GC is written by Ashleigh Wadman as a platform to showcase talent in the region. Ashleigh is utterly passionate about supporting and nurturing artists, art collectives, art spaces, galleries, museums and cultural events and fostering innovative and academic dialogue around them.

The article begins with.... "Synergy, the latest solo exhibition by Gold Coast based artist Nicola Moss, is a well-conceived installation that embodies the symbiosis between man-made and natural forces. In Moss’ hands the Spiro Grace Art Rooms (SGAR) have been transformed from a Spring Hill art gallery into an immersive and sensory environment that evokes harmony between the natural environment and our human dependence on them."

You can read the full article here. Thank you Ashleigh.

Synergy - Final week at SGAR

'Synergy ' installation ©2015 Nicola Moss. Courtesy of the artist and SGAR.

If you would like to head along and see my show Synergy before it finishes, Spiro Grace Art Rooms is open this week Thursday, Friday and Saturday.