“Et florere quid incipit cantus natura est scriptor“. (Nature’s blossoming and singing) 2 metres sq. Pencil and watercolour on 12 birch wood panels.
Hearty congratulations to one of our art teachers, Juli Allcorn, who is one of eight artists worldwide to be accepted for a Research Drawing Residency in Caylus, France from 23 March to 2 May. She has also been asked to exhibit this 2 metre square pencil and watercolour work in Paris.
Juli is also exhibiting 32 works in an upcoming solo exhibition at Ravenswood School in Gordon, Sydney. Works are for sale, and the exhibition is open to the public from 21 March – 12 April, week days between 9-3pm.