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Tumut Catalogue

Click here to view or download the Tumut catalogue.

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Tumut Exhibition

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JMFuller – Air, Land and Water-10 mixed media on canvas paintings

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Charles Tambiah and his photograph

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Artists and patrons at the opening

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The sculptures

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Discussing the exhibition

Exhibition Installment

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John Reid enters the Ex – State Bank building on arrival in Tumut.

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John contemplates the exhibition space before preliminary layout begins.

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John and Elaine get busy unwrapping the show.

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John unveils Viveka’s creation.

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Viveka’s creation sits upfront as Charles,Elaine and John work late into the night.

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Charles works with Elaine to install her work as John works on the maths for the hang.

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Charles paints the plinths out back of the  gallery.

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The hanging team prepare the walls for the final hang.

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John shares  a moment with local artists Sue and  Christine

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Local artis Russell hangs his twelve panel artwork.

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Portraits of Tumut teenagers.

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Russell hangs TAFE students artworks in ajoining chambers.

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Rosina discusses her artwork with John and Katherine during installation.

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Installment complete of works by Katherine, Dorothy, Amanda, Carolyn, Elaine

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Viveka’s creation is place out front of the gallery to announce the opening of the exhibition.

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Exhibition Invitation

Please see below for an invitation to tumut: An Exhibition of Visual Art.

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Link to Tumut Invitation for printing.

JMFuller:Tumut – Work in Progress

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These four works are a response to the natural environment in particular the water against the land as viewed from the air.  Viewing the water systems from the ground is an experience with a microcosm such as a creek, river or water catchment area that is localised and enveloping.  Viewed from the air these smaller systems disappear into a vast ecosystem where the effects of the drought or human intervention through dams is far more visually dramatic.

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