Shaping the Unknown

  • Artist: Group Exhibition
  • Exhibition Date: September 2012

Gallery 2010 presents Shaping the Unknown – A Group Exhibition.

Sarah Park – Jason Foote – Cameron Hollands – Lidiya Falfushinsky

Shaping the Unknown is the collaboration of four emerging Sydney artists – who are students and graduates of the College of Fine Arts, UNSW. This exhibition includes a series of drawings and monochrome paintings which depict mysterious and ambiguous features of subject matter, shape and form. Through an examination of the portrait subject, equivocal patterns found in nature and close up imagery of the human form, the artists have explored the concept of manipulating the obscure aspects of their work to varying degrees. The resulting pieces come together distinctively, and ultimately implore us to shape the unknown.

Sarah Park is a Sydney based artist currently studying Master of Fine Arts by Research at COFA UNSW. Sarah was the winner of the 2011 UNSW Jenny Birt Award for Painting and Drawing, category winner of the 2012 UNSW Engineering Photo Competition, and a finalist for several prizes including the Broken Hill Outback Art Prize, Lethbridge Small Scale Art Prize, Waverley Art Prize & the Flannagan Art Prize. Jason Foote is currently completing his MA in Art at COFA, UNSW and is a full time art teacher at a high school in the south of Sydney. He has been a practicing artist for almost two decades and in the past several years he has exhibited widely and his works are held in private collections in Europe, The US, New Zealand and Australia. Cameron Hollands is an Australian born artist who is currently undertaking his Master of Art in Painting at UNSW COFA and has been involved in a number of group exhibitions in Wollongong, Sydney and abroad. Lidiya Falfushinsky is currently completing her graphic design course at CATC Design College. She has a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree and a Masters of Art from COFA and has shown her work in numerous exhibitions.

Opening Hours:

Thursday 13 September 6pm – 8pm

Friday 14 September 6pm – 8pm

Saturday 15 September 10am – 4pm

Sunday 16 September 11am – 3pm

Shaping the Unknown - Feature Image