The Hub of Art Foundations

An exhibition of new works by Judy Watson and Yhonnie Scarce, Looking Glass is both a love song and a lament for country; a fantastical alchemy of elemental materiality—of earth, water, fire and air.

Watson’s ochres, charcoal and pigments, pooled and washed upon linens, will offer a natural affinity and synergy with Scarce’s glass works and their fusion of fire, earth and air. Together these artists present a panoptic and holistic portrait of country where the creation and experience of art is mnemonic for the lived, remembered and inherited history of the First Peoples.

Organised by Ikon and TarraWarra Museum of Art with curatorial adviser Hetti Perkins.

Images: Yhonnie Scarce, Hollowing Earth 2016–17 (detail), blown and hot formed Uranium glass, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist and THIS IS NO FANTASY + dianne tanzer gallery. Photo: Andrew Curtis.

Judy Watson, bunya 2011, pigment, acrylic and watercolour pencil on canvas, 212 x 156.5 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne

Tarrawarra Museum of Art

313 Healesville-Yarra Glen Rd.

Healesville, VIC 3777, Australia

www.twma.com.au

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