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Genius loci

The landscape is a rich starting point for the exploration of a broad variety of topics. From the connection to Country of Australia’s First Peoples through to the contemporary re-imagining of what a landscape is, artists celebrate the beauty, power and fragility of the natural world. In this exhibition the artists share a common interest in landscape. Working with glass they respond in a variety of ways to challenge the viewer’s perception of what is often regarded as a stylistically rigid genre.

Brenda L Croft Grounded

Brenda L Croft Grounded (black on red), 2018 cast glass 20.5 x 20.5 x 23.0 cm $4500 Brenda L Croft offers her sincerest thanks for the superlative technical assistance and support from Luna Ryan, Spike Dean, Peter Nilsson and Canberra Glassworks throughout her 2018 ACT Arts Residency; and Joel Bliss for metal fabrication of display stands. 20% of sale will go to Karungkarni Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation. Brenda L Croft is represented by Niagara Galleries, Melbourne. Photo: Adam McGrath 4 | GENIUS LOCI | 5 APRIL TO 3 JUNE

Brenda L Croft Grounded (red), 2018 cast glass 20.5 x 20.5 x 26 cm $3500 Brenda L Croft offers her sincerest thanks for the superlative technical assistance and support from Luna Ryan, Spike Dean, Peter Nilsson and Canberra Glassworks throughout her 2018 ACT Arts Residency; and Joel Bliss for metal fabrication of display stands. 20% of sale will go to Karungkarni Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation. Brenda L Croft is represented by Niagara Galleries, Melbourne. Photo: Adam McGrath 5 | GENIUS LOCI | 5 APRIL TO 3 JUNE