Exhibition worth looking up

Jennifer Sadler’s exhibition explores memory, connection and sensory experience through landscape.
Jennifer Sadler’s exhibition explores memory, connection and sensory experience through landscape.

Jamaican-born Sadler�s exhibition showcases her new works and the combination of wall and suspension hanging throughout the gallery create visual connections between each exhibition element.

Sadler said her fascination with the unique and expansive Australian sky began when she arrived in WA as a 12-year-old.

�I have enjoyed the focus of exploring the theme and the process-driven nature of the work, where different mediums were used to depict not only the recurring elements, the changing nature of the skies and the weather, but also a sense of boundless space,� she said.

The exhibition includes an afternoon talk on Sunday, August 9.

During the exhibition, Sadler presents two workshops that combine the ancient medium of encaustic with the popular printmaking technique of monotype.

The workshops at Contemporary Art Spaces are on Saturday, August 15 at 9.30am and 1pm. They cost $80 per person, including all materials and equipment.

Bookings are limited.

Register on 9550 3989 or artspaces@mandurah.wa.gov.au