Louise Weaver: Donated Artwork for Fire Relief

January 27, 2020

Buxton Contemporary Collection artist Louise Weaver’s artwork Mont Blanc (Ol’ Bitey) 2012, will be donated to the Art School for Fire Relief exhibition. 100% of the proceeds of the exhibition will be going to the Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund INC and Wildlife Victoria.

The full catalogue will be available on the Faculty website in due course but you can take a look at the participating artists and register for the opening now (30 January, 6–8pm, at the Margaret Lawrence Gallery) to show your support for this terrific cause.

Between Appearances: the art of Louise Weaver continues at Buxton Contemporary until 9 February 2020.

Image: Louise Weaver, Mont Blanc (Ol’ Bitey) 2012, Edition 2/20, Photo-lithograph printed in four colours, from four plates, Image size 59.5 cm x 39.5 cm, Frame size 85.5 x 64 cm (float mounted and framed in non-reflective Museum glass), Image created by the artist and printed by APW Senior Printer Martin King, At the Australian Print Workshop, Melbourne 2012.

 

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