Perhaps we can say drawing is a fundamental relationship of marks that conveys meaning to the viewer - visual symbols that reveal the makers thoughts and intentions. Drawings are made as records of things seen or imagined. They are an attempt to intensify reality, through thinking, seeing and interpreting. Or sometimes they can just be doodles from which an idea might grow. Drawings can be narrative, illustrative, didactic or expressive or any or all of these elements combined.
The Artist's Voice Drawing exhibition will reflect the diversity of the group's techniques and practices. The Artists Voice are from the Adelaide Hills who exhibit together on a regular basis, they are a group of established artists with diverse skills & a wealth of experience.
On Saturday 30 April at 2pm at the Academy, there will be a panel discussion about their work and what drawing means with four members of the group, Rita Hall, Lauryn Arnott, Peter McLachlan and Margie Hooper.