EDGE projects

EDGE2 isthmus

EDGE2 ARTISTS

Julius Schwing:  Julius Schwing is one of Tasmania’s leading contemporary musicians.

 

Tim Burns: Tim Burns is one of Tasmania’s leading landscape painters, having previously won the Wynne Prize and the Fleurieu Art Prize. ‘Tim Burns paints landscapes that appear abstracted from the real world, while at the same time emitting a fullness of personal experience and intimate knowledge. The exquisite beauty of so many of his large landscapes seems to emerge from this duality.’ (adapted from: Celia Lendis, Artlink, Vol 29 no.4, 2009). Tim Burns' works are courtesy Bett Gallery.

 

Caroline Rannersberger: Caroline is the curator of EDGE2. Recently exhibited at Hazelhurst Regional gallery with 'Australia’s leading landscape painters’, (Carrie Kibbler, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, 2014), Caroline works from a direct encounter with the land and then reformulates that experience as a fiction in the studio. Rannersberger’s work is held in major collections including the National Gallery of Australia. She has been a finalist in major prizes including the Fleurieu Prize, the Glover Prize and the Alice Prize. Caroline Rannersberger's works are courtesy Despard Gallery.

 

Daniel Sprod: Daniel Sprod is the consulting geologist.

 

Sophie Carnell: Creating sculptural works in a variety of media, from precious metals and glass to ocean debris - ranging in scale from small wearable works to installations, Sophie's work explores relationships to landscape, place and inter-connections with our environment. Sophie has been shortlisted as a finalist in a number of prizes including the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize (2015) and was also awarded highly commended finalist in the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize (2014).

 

Edward Arrowsmith: Edward Arrowsmith has a background as an academic, having lectured extensively in ceramics and as a community arts practitioner. Edward’s work has been exhibited in numerous galleries throughout Australia and internationally. He has explored a variety of mediums including ceramics, glass, and photography, all manner of 2D mediums, installations, environmental works and digital media.

 

Lauren Harris: One of Australia’s leading young jewellers, Harris' is recognised for her outstanding work in silver and gold and Eyris and Pacific blue pearls. She combines ancient and modern techniques with her own improvisations, much of which is inspired by Bruny Island, where she currently lives and works. Lauren is a member of the Gold and Silversmiths Guild of Australia.

 

Ian Parry: Parry exhibits widely in Tasmania, Melbourne and regional Victoria. His works are represented in major public and private collections in Australia and overseas, including the National Gallery of Victoria, National Gallery of Australia, Holmes a Court Collection in WA, the Macquarie Bank Collection, Sydney, and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Ian Parry's works are courtesy Colville Gallery.