market diary
18-20 october - finders keepers melbourne
1-3 november - bowerbird adelaide
6-8 december - the big design market melbourne

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new series - four seasons - mixed media on timber, 2019 spring - laughing kookaburra and protea repens summer - galah and banksia baxteri autumn - yellow tailed black cockatoo and banksia burdettii winter - australian magpie and yellow kangaroo paw

new series - four seasons - mixed media on timber, 2019
spring - laughing kookaburra and protea repens
summer - galah and banksia baxteri
autumn - yellow tailed black cockatoo and banksia burdettii
winter - australian magpie and yellow kangaroo paw

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This year marks gorman’s 20th year in fashion. Since 1999, Lisa Gorman has grown her business from a one-woman operation into one of Australia’s most iconic womenswear fashion brands; synonymous with colourful bold prints, playful silhouettes and a strong and consistent history of collaborating. The past ten years have seen gorman produce collections in collaboration with over eighty local and international contemporary artists, designers and creators.  To celebrate, gorman’s W19 collection is a tribute to their journey thus far. Over two months, gorman will release ten brand new capsule collections alongside ten previous collaborating artists in an all-encompassing collection titled ‘Ten Years of Collaborating’.  The launch of the collection opened VAMFF’s 2019 season with a solo runway at Heide Museum of Modern Art gallery on Sunday 3rd March. Over 500 guests previewed the ‘Ten Years of Collaborating’ collection in the show.  At the conclusion of the runway, Heide Museum of Modern Art launched a two-week pop-up exhibition Gorman: Ten Years of Collaborating in the iconic modernist Heide II gallery. The exhibition highlights garments from the collection alongside the artworks inspiring the textiles by each artist: Rhys Lee, Ellie Malin, Liz Payne, Miranda Skoczek, Rachel Castle, Claire Johnson, Megan Grant, Dana Kinter, Studio Elke and Mirka Mora.

This year marks gorman’s 20th year in fashion. Since 1999, Lisa Gorman has grown her business from a one-woman operation into one of Australia’s most iconic womenswear fashion brands; synonymous with colourful bold prints, playful silhouettes and a strong and consistent history of collaborating. The past ten years have seen gorman produce collections in collaboration with over eighty local and international contemporary artists, designers and creators.

To celebrate, gorman’s W19 collection is a tribute to their journey thus far. Over two months, gorman will release ten brand new capsule collections alongside ten previous collaborating artists in an all-encompassing collection titled ‘Ten Years of Collaborating’.

The launch of the collection opened VAMFF’s 2019 season with a solo runway at Heide Museum of Modern Art gallery on Sunday 3rd March. Over 500 guests previewed the ‘Ten Years of Collaborating’ collection in the show.

At the conclusion of the runway, Heide Museum of Modern Art launched a two-week pop-up exhibition Gorman: Ten Years of Collaborating in the iconic modernist Heide II gallery. The exhibition highlights garments from the collection alongside the artworks inspiring the textiles by each artist: Rhys Lee, Ellie Malin, Liz Payne, Miranda Skoczek, Rachel Castle, Claire Johnson, Megan Grant, Dana Kinter, Studio Elke and Mirka Mora.

 

 
SALA 2018 // I was delighted to be asked by the Adelaide City Council and SALA to decorate one of the seven MEGA dogs bowls for The Pawsome Art Trail // designed for art and dog lovers to get out and about in August exploring Adelaide and North Adelaide’s favourite shopping precincts during SALA. In businesses across Adelaide. 100 uniquely hand-painted dog bowls by established, emerging and community artists and 7 supersized dog bowls painted by high profile artists. Partnering with Guide Dogs SA/NT the supersize bowls will be auctioned at the end of SALA with all proceeds going to Guide Dogs SA/NT. photo Mathew Kroker

SALA 2018 // I was delighted to be asked by the Adelaide City Council and SALA to decorate one of the seven MEGA dogs bowls for The Pawsome Art Trail // designed for art and dog lovers to get out and about in August exploring Adelaide and North Adelaide’s favourite shopping precincts during SALA. In businesses across Adelaide. 100 uniquely hand-painted dog bowls by established, emerging and community artists and 7 supersized dog bowls painted by high profile artists. Partnering with Guide Dogs SA/NT the supersize bowls will be auctioned at the end of SALA with all proceeds going to Guide Dogs SA/NT. photo Mathew Kroker

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florence // photo florence.the.sheltie

florence // photo florence.the.sheltie

george // photo george.minidach

george // photo george.minidach

matilda // photo lerg_artist

matilda // photo lerg_artist