Art and the Garden

04.09.2019

Art and the Garden

A Planthunter Event Presented by Garden Life

Garden Life is thrilled to present a new Planthunter event series, Art and the Garden, held at the Art Gallery of NSW.

The series features The Planthunter’s Georgina Reid in conversation with three contemporary Australian artists who are inspired, challenged and grounded by plants and nature:

  • Tamara Dean: Sunday 8 September 2019, 10.30 am to 12 noon. BUY TICKETS
  • Bill Henson: Sunday 20 October 2019, 10.30 am to 12 noon. BUY TICKETS
  • Janet Laurence: Sunday 10 November 2019, 10.30 am to 12 noon. BUY TICKETS

 

To celebrate this partnership, we’d like to invite you to attend the first talk in the series, featuring Tamara Dean, and can offer friends of Garden Life a 20% discount on the ticket price. Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite with the discount code: GARDENLIFE

This partnership is in support of the important work Georgina and the Planthunter does in connecting passionate plant people with each other and the community around them.

 

About Tamara Dean
Tamara Dean, an award-winning Australian artist working in the fields of photography, installation and video, is known for her immersive and thought-provoking work that explores the human relationship with nature through ritual, myth and personal experience. Art and the Garden will explore the connections between Tamara’s creative process and output and the landscapes of her life – from a childhood immersed in the bushland of Sydney’s northern suburbs to her home on the side of a mountain near Berry. Tamara will discuss wilderness, ritual, change, the power of beauty and her deep commitment to telling stories that need to be told.

 

‘Where can you find spaces that relate to your primal instincts as a human in cities nowadays? ‘I think, inherently, we seek wild places out. Reconnecting with a sense of being human in nature reminds you of the bigger picture.’
Tamara Dean interview with The Planthunter

 

More info visit: www.tamaradean.com.au.  

Image: Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium in Spring 2017 by Tamara Dean. Tamara is represented by Martin Browne Contemporary.

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