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Desert air : Greg Weight and Carol Ruff.

by Weight, Greg [artist]; Ruff, Carol [artist]; Australian Galleries Pty. Ltd [host institution].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: [28] pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780975124581 (pbk.).Subject(s): Weight, Greg, 1946- -- Exhibitions | Ruff, Carol, 1951- -- Exhibitions | Photography -- Australia -- History -- 21st century -- Exhibitions | Photographers -- Australia -- Exhibitions | Sculpture -- Australia -- 21st century | Women painters -- Australia -- Exhibitions | Art, Modern -- 21st century -- Exhibitions | Artists -- Australia -- Exhibitions | Landscapes -- Australia -- Exhibitions | Photography -- Australia -- Exhibitions | Painting -- Australia -- ExhibitionsSummary: Desert Air was an exhibition of photographs by Greg Weight and paintings by Carol Ruff. Carol and Greg made several art trips to Central Australia in 2006 and 2007 and explored the landscape in and around Alice Springs for the purpose of creating new artworks. Greg worked into the landscape making changes such as binding senna trees in open fields and painting the small stones that were set into the surface of claypans with watercolour paint. The results were then photographed and printed on cotton rag paper.
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Catalogue of the exhibition held 4-21 Oct., 2007, at the Australian Galleries Works on Paper, Sydney.

Includes bibliographical references.

Desert Air was an exhibition of photographs by Greg Weight and paintings by Carol Ruff. Carol and Greg made several art trips to Central Australia in 2006 and 2007 and explored the landscape in and around Alice Springs for the purpose of creating new artworks. Greg worked into the landscape making changes such as binding senna trees in open fields and painting the small stones that were set into the surface of claypans with watercolour paint. The results were then photographed and printed on cotton rag paper.

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