News

Solo Exhibition: Ageing with Resilience and Determination.
March 13-31 2014. Willoughby Council / Sydney.
http://www.willoughby.nsw.gov.au/whats-on/visual-arts---culture/foyer-exhibition-space/ageing-with-resilience-and-determination/

2013 International Photography Awards -
"Crash-Still Life Cycle",
Honourable Mention - "Fine Art - Abstract - Pro"
Honourable Mention - "Fine Art - Collage - Pro"
Honourable Mention - "Fine Art - Still Life - Pro"

National Photographic Portrait Prize 2013 - National Portrait Gallery - finalist - March 8 -
May 19 - touring Blue Mountains Regional Gallery - Katoomba,
Grafton Regional Gallery, Roma on Bungil Gallery - Roma and Caboolture Regional Art Gallery during 2013/14

Still Life in Landscape / Technological Artefacts I
"Still Life in Landscape/Technological Artefacts I" finalist in Josephine Ulrick $ Win Schubert Photography Award 2012.

Heather Fernon at Art Space -
"Photography in Progress"
The Concourse
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409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood

16 January to 31 March 2912

http://www.theconcourse.com.au/event/heather-fernon

The two projects being produced in the Art Space are:

"Still Life-Cycle with Digital Erasure" features a large array of flowers (including many
native Australian varieties) in varying stages of their life cycles, which are being
brought together and photographed. The digital record of these images will then erased by
computer software, reclaimed and finally re-presented as photographic prints. The
digital capture, erasure and reclamation of these flowers plays with the notions of
digital re-interpretations and re-depiction of the natural order by technological means.

"Still Life in Landscape / Technological Artefacts" creates Still Life photographs using
commonly found, often obsolete artefacts of technology and abstracts them inside an
architectural landscape. These digitally created images focus upon the individual nature
of former electronic items normally found to be obsolete or redundant, reflecting on their
remaining identity and aesthetic significance as Still Life objects within an internal
space.