AW6 Preview: Carolyn Sullivan

Exhibition countdown: 5 days to go!

Today ‘s preview from the  Australia Wide Six exhibition is In the Gorge 1 by Carolyn Sullivan.

Carolyn lives near Bundanoon, a rural township two hours out of Sydney, on five acres of flat, plateau country surrounded by eucalypt and deciduous trees in a park like site. Its cool climate, many gardens, closeness to the escarpment and beautiful mists, provide lots of inspiration for her work.

Journeys away from home also present opportunities to observe, draw, interpret and incorporate new ideas into her works. A recent 8,000km driving trip to Central Australia has provided a lot of inspiration for new work based on the desert plants and landforms. While walking in the creek bed of Trephina Gorge, Carolyn found these caterpillar chewed leaves. The caterpillar is symbolic to the indigenous people of the Eastern MacDonnell Ranges, NT.

Learn more about Carolyn’s work on her website and Facebook Artist Page Carolyn Sullivan Textile Artist.

In the Gorge 1 by Carolyn Sullivan in Australia Wide Six

In the Gorge 1 by Carolyn Sullivan

AW6 Preview is a series of daily blog posts from 29 July to 31 August 2018 that will feature an artist and preview their artwork from the Ozquilt Network members’ exhibition Australia Wide Six. The exhibition will premiere at 76 Queen Street Galleries, Concord West, Sydney 31 August – 18 September 2018 and continue on tour until September 2020. Please direct any exhibition queries to

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