Colour is my Superpower – Panel Discussion
7 – 8pm 12th September – Carriageworks
Saint Cloche Gallery Paddington is exhibiting at Sydney Contemporary for the first time and will be presenting a special panel discussion on the topic: COLOUR IS MY SUPERPOWER on opening night.
The brilliant panel exemplify the topic, and will discuss how they each use colour, how it manifests in their life and work and how colour has the power to affect our emotions and psyche.
Hosted by Tim Ross
He may be best known for his work on TV and radio (at different times hosting both the number one breakfast and drive shows in Sydney) but comedian Tim Ross has also always had a passion for architecture and design.
The National President’s Prize was awarded to Tim this year by the Australian Institute of Architects because he’s propelled Australian design – most notably modernism and its protection into the popular media.
Evi O. – Popular, emerging artist represented by Saint Cloche Gallery and presenting her first solo exhibition at Sydney Contemporary. Evi’s superpower is most definitely her use of bold colour in her artworks, award-winning book and product design.
Linda Jackson – Australian icon of fashion, art and design is known for her life with colour.
Ken Done – Iconic Australian artist known for the use of bold colour in his original artwork, and its pioneering development into product design.
Rachel Burke – Multi-disciplinary designer, artist/stylist – well known for her insanely colourful, handcrafted tinsel installations and clothing.
Taline Gabriel – Wholefoods recipe developer, food stylist/blogger (543k followers on Instagram) and author of Hippie Lane The Cookbook, is well known for her colourful wholefoods… a feast for the eyes is just as important as the taste and nutrition.
Yasmine Ghoniem – Award-winning interior designer who is well-known for her adventurous ‘palette-plays’ with colour tones playing off one another in unexpected ways.