Fragmented glimpses!

Visual Fragments: New work by Carmen Beezley-Drake and Joanne Kerr explores personal memories associated with place. Drawing on familiar scenes and fractured memories, the artists re-cast Rockhampton’s built and natural environments in watercolour, acrylic and collage.

This is the opening statement  from the Rockhampton Art Gallery website for our new exhibition ‘Visual Fragments’.  The exhibition opened this week and continues until Sunday 4th March 2018 at the Merilyn Luck Gallery in the Rockhampton Art Gallery, Rockhampton.  Carmen and I are delighted with how the work looks and would like to thank Gallery staff and  Curator Alexandra Nitschke for their support.

‘Visual Fragments’ exhibition snapshot
Views to the Range Convent/2017/Collage, acrylic and pencil/ 15cm x 56cm by Joanne Kerr
Steel Sentinels/2017/ Watercolour on paper by Carmen Beezley-Drake

Should you be travelling through Rockhampton, Carmen and I will be part of an artist’s talk scheduled for Saturday 3rd February 2018.  Check out the link below for more information:
We would love to see you there.




2 thoughts on “Fragmented glimpses!

  1. Congratulations on your Rockhampton Exhibition ! Wow! Steel Sentinels – Carmen can really bring those watercolours to life. The Range is very recognisable – very well captured. Love the hanging the curators have done an excellent job.

  2. Thanks, Katrina, glad you like them.Remind you of your school days?I have also done a collage of The Rockhampton Girls Grammar. The strong watercolours of Carmen are very striking, even better when seen in frames on the wall? Cheers Joanne

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