I am delighted to let you know that you can now find my work for sale at 77 Art and Living gallery, 77 Main Street, Fairlie, NZ.
Here a couple of photos I am working from for a new exhibition. There are lots of wonderful moments at kindergarten. Here are a few that I have plans for.
New entries are on their way shortly…
In the meantime please scroll down for previous work as well as clicking on tabs above to see more.
Currently in group exhibition “Wish You Were Here” at Adelaide Central School of Art, 45 Osmond Terrace, Norwood, Adelaide. On until 3 November 2012.
In mid 2011 Rachael Polson was awarded an Ashington Mentorship by the Helpmann Academy of South Australia. The mentorship aims to link emerging artists with leading practitioners in their fields in a one-on-one mentoring relationship. The mentorship is with New Zealand artist Judy Millar – one of New Zealand’s most internationally recognised artists.
To read more about recent work by Rachael Polson please explore the tabs at the top of this page especially the “Seedling Exhibition”, “Gallery of Images” and “Work in Progress” tabs. Previous posts can be viewed by scrolling down the “Home” page. These contain information about the background to recent exhibitions and the ideas behind Rachael’s work.
Exhibition: Pump Shed, Seedling Art Space, Blackwood Forest Recreation Park, Adelaide. September 3-11 2011.
From Seedling Art Space:
“Translated Fields is presented in the Seedling Pump Shed space and is an exploration of the physical and formal elements of the Seedling Pump Shed and its surroundings; the corrugated iron of the shed, coloured graffiti marks found around and the sapling trees whispering in the surrounds. Polson ‘paints’ in 3 dimensional space further exploring gesture and repeated action using thread rather than painted brush marks for an elaborate site-specific installation.
Rachael Polson, from New Zealand, achieved a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) from Adelaide Central School of Art in 2009. Polson’s practice explores painting in the expanded field, sculpture and photography.” www.seedlingartspace.asn.au
The following was part of Translated Fields. For full slideshow of exhibition and catalogue essay click on “Seedling Exhibition 2011” tab above at right.