Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Bright stars

Well, his is the most highly read post, and highly read profile by far, on my blog so I have written a longer article on the very talented Guy Franklin which is out this week in the RED issue of The Weekly Review.  He's directed Kimbra's latest music clip 'Come into my head' and she is performing at this week's Aria Awards.  Hopefully the story will also appear at some stage before Christmas in the Ivanhoe & Valley edition so all you locals get to see it in hard copy format!
Writer/Director Guy Franklin
A couple of things starting tomorrow - the Nillumbik Artists Open Studios 25th Anniversary exhibition at The Light Factory Gallery in Eltham which showcases the work of close to 40 different local artists who work across a variety of different disciplines.  A special twilight opening is being held this Thursday night to launch the exhibition which will be the last for the year.
Silence of Butterflies image by Ixia Black
Poetic Forms - an exhibition by six emerging artists including Renee Cosgrave, Meagan Wyke, Merryn Lloyd, Sally Wemyss, Stephanie Stott and Tom Reddington will also open tomorrow and show until Sunday 20 January 2013 at the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre.  Four years after graduation, these artists have come together again to explore the ongoing relationship between their artwork.
Image via Renee Cosgrave website 
Nb. Miss Rosanna and Guy Franklin are relatives by marriage.
Miss Rosanna is The Light Factory Gallery's freelance PR consultant.

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