My first post on this blog was about Sydney artist Del Kathryn Barton. So, I'm trying to be OK about the fact that I didn't find out about this event until after the fact. Apparently subscribing to an art gallery's blog, email newsletter as well as joining their facebook group doesn't guarantee that you'll be notified of upcoming event.
Huff, snort, grump.
Last weekend, Romance Was Born and Del Kathryn Barton had what looks like a fabulously exciting two-day installation at Kaliman Gallery in Sydney. Here's a bit of promo that I missed said:
A collaborative exhibition of work from past and present with 12 new one off designs from Romance was Born featuring prints from Del Kathryn Barton who introduces a new body of work. Garden of Eden includes installations of giant objects (fruits and garden of eden inspired pieces) by Romance was Born.
Can't believe I missed out on the giant fruit! These pictures from this blog will have to do.
Pictured above in centre Luke Sales, Del Kathryn Barton and Anna Plunkett with models from the show
Somethink special by Del Kathryn Barton from the Kaliman Gallery website
Melbournites can catch the Garden of Eden show in the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival cultural program at the National Design Centre from March 7-May 7, 2008.