Jacqueline Spedding: Biome/Home

26 September – 29 November 2020

Clay, found objects and locally collected organic material form the basis of Blue Mountains artist Jacqueline Spedding’s sculpture and installations. Her new body of work is based on the concept of a biome – a finely tuned, self-sustaining environment of flora, fauna, soil and climate. Spedding will create a series of installations in the gallery that interweave images of domestic nature, human habitation and wild environments into a dreamlike setting.

A Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Exposé Program exhibition

Image: JACQUELINE SPEDDING Burning bush chair (detail) 2020, found arm chair, dyed cheesecloth, coal and bracken fern, 70 x 85 x 70 cm. Photo: Ona Janzen.