Getting Pinked Exhibition

Drawing forms the core of Jody Graham’s art. Driven by an atavistic technique, she uses unconventional tools, found objects, and idiosyncratic approaches to explore contemporary art.

Getting Pinked Exhibition

Drawing forms the core of Jody Graham’s art. Driven by an atavistic technique, she uses unconventional tools, found objects, and idiosyncratic approaches to explore contemporary art.

Getting Pinked Exhibition

Posted on November 8, 2021

Drawing forms the core of Jody Graham’s art. Driven by an atavistic technique, she uses unconventional tools, found objects, and idiosyncratic approaches to explore contemporary art.

A scavenger, Jody utilises in her art what she finds, whether natural residue or decaying bones. She then directly engages with nature by leaving artworks in the rain, dragging some over rocks, plunging others into muddy dams.

‘Getting Pinked’ emerged from residencies in Mount Wilson in December 202o and Bilpin in January 2021. It draws on the human and emotional toll as much as the natural and environmental impact of the Black Summer fires.

Rick O'Brien October 2021

Exhibition 4th December 2021 - 16th January 2022 at Lost Bear Gallery 

Link to view catalogue


Rescue - Australian Magpie - 95cm x 100cm
acrylic, tree sap, charcoal from 2019/2020 Australian Black Summer bushfires hand stitching on paper

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