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Casuarina Senior College - Adult Nightclasses

Mixed Media - Monday evenings
Watercolour Continuing- Tuesday and Wednesday evenings

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RECENTLY

Disorder Gallery - Darlinghurst Sydney - Top End Edge
Group Exhibition - 5 Territory Artists
Opening Friday 26 October 2017

https://www.disordergallery.com/disordernews/

Tactile Arts Gallery, Darwin - Artists Gone Wild
Group Exhibition for Threatened Species Day organised by
Territory Wildlife Park

DVAA - Group Exhibition: Hatched - a retrospective exhibition for some of us long term members...

Wetlands: from waves to waterfalls
My current project is an exploration of some of the Northern Territory's magnificant wetlands: artistically and on the ground. It will culminate in another collaborative exhibition, raising awareness about their flora and fauna, beauty, importance and threats. 

Artist at Fogg Dam 
I delivered an artist's talk on "The Artist as an Observer of Nature" at Pandanus lookout - after doing some pastel demonstrations en plein air with some delightful young people.  Last year, I curated this multimedia collaboration with painters Christian Clare Robertson, Jane Moore, Robert Walter, Graham Dugmal Kenyon, Textile Artists Veronica Priestley and Lil Smith and cermacists Lee Berryman and Fiona Scott at Tactile Arts Gallery, Darwin, in October 2016,  
Please use the pull-down menu to see Gallery 9 for some of my work from this residency and in the exhibition or like us on Facebook: Fogg Dam Artists 2016

Last couple of years...

Darwin Life Drawing Group Exhibition 2016 

Awarded the 40th Katherine Art Prize on 31st July 2015

Macgregor Lions Garden City Art Extraveganza, Brisbane 2015, Highly Commended for Bush Apple Flowers.

 

 WINGS - My solo Exhibition WINGS- at Framed Gallery 2015

Contact me for Commissions and for individual and small group tuition in watercolour or pastel from my home in Humpty Doo or at yours

art(_AT_)alisonworsnop.com

Artist in the Park- as a member of Darwin Painters en Plein Air group, I was an artist in residence again at the Territory Wildlife Park for 2014 

Attended the Art and Anatomy Summer school at the Ruskin School of Art at Oxford University, tutored by the brilliant and inspirational Sarah Simblet 

 

 

Ribcage Rib Cage - thank you Sarah Simblet for your wonderful Summer school at the Ruskin Turkeybushes Turkeybushes - another little pastel winner Tropical Garden

Northern Territory Artist, Alison Worsnop

Welcome to my virtual gallery. I invite you to share and enjoy some of my paintings. If you would like to inquire about a commission or to buy a painting, please do contact me.  Please also see my new Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/AlisonWorsnopArtist/

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Gallery 1 - Adelaide River

Sapphire Creek - one of a new series of mixed media paintings - inspired by the Adelaide River, which I plan to exhibit soon! I will 'hang' them in Gallery 1 in this website. View the gallery

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Gallery 2 - Threatened & Extinct Species

Includes some of my entries for Territory Wildlife Park's Exhibition in 2017 and the Northern Territory Threatened Species Network annual art shows:
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waterbirds at Fogg dam

Gallery 9 - Fogg Dam

Work from my residency as Artist at Fogg Dam 2015-2016 and exhibited at Tactile Arts Gallery in October 2017

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Kingfisher med format

Iridescence - Kingfisher and two Damselflies

My Prize winning entry for the Katherine Prize 2015. This painting needs to be seen in person - the camera simply can't capture the shimmering surface of the paint. It is in Acrylic and collage on canvas and 100 x 77cm in size.
It is inspired by the seasonal Creek that passes through our property at Humpty Doo, with its tiny water lilies and other strange water plants. The Azure Kingfisher is one of a succession of Kingfisher species that visit the Creek at different stages of the wet season.



Pygmy Geese

Gallery 4 - Wings - Solo exhibition - May 2015

Inspired by Goose Lagoon at the Territory Wildlife Park these two tiny geese (in fact, they are small perching ducks) paddle nonchalantly through shimmering floodwater, amidst floating and submerged leaves. I would like to thank the Director and staff of the Park who made this painting possible, particularly Damien Stanioch.
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Finch and Flower

Gallery 3 - Favourite pastel paintings

under reconstruction

Black footed tree rat

Gallery 5 - Butterflies and other Wildlife

I contributed to the Solomon Islands Government collection at Dodo Creek when I lived in Honiara, I understand that unfortunately the collection was destroyed in the troubles. Some, including a few specimens of 'my butterfly' had been sent to the British Museum.
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Link to Gallery - Traditional Watercolours

Gallery 7 - Watercolours

Traditional transparent watercolours > View the gallery

Pied Pigeons

Gallery 8 - Tropical Voices Exhibition

If you have lived in Darwin, or anywhere in the Tropics, there must be images, sounds and sensations which will always be evocative and you will remember them wherever you go. I have tried to capture some of these.
(To view the gallery, please select 'Gallery 8' from the menu on the upper left of this page)
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