Belly series travels to New Zealand

19 Jun
Belly series travels to New Zealand

Watch this space!

Next week: A new post will appear explaining the premise of CORE, an upcoming exhibition at Waiheke Community Art Gallery, Auckland New Zealand

Linda Swinfield - Contemporary Artist

My Belly series (large) 1-6 created in 2012 has been selected forCORE an exhibition curated by Katherine Kennedy.

The exhibition will feature fine art prints by established and emerging Australian artists in July 2015 at Waiheke Community Art Gallery (WCAG), Waiheke, New Zealand.

WCAG is situated on a 9,324 hectare picturesque Island (36 square miles), via a 45 minute ferry ride from Auckland Metro. WCAG enjoys a high level of patronage as its large visitor numbers reflect its status as a popular and picturesque holiday destination.

Opening July 17th at Waiheke Community Art Gallery. See the short statement about the work below.

Belly 2012 satellite crop Belly series (large): Satellite 2012 Mixed media print on various papers attached to laser cut forms with book binding glue

Linda Swinfield’s Belly series (large) 2012  refers to her pregnancy period and the gestation of her child within her and the swelling of her belly in the lead up to…

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Posted by on June 19, 2015 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “Belly series travels to New Zealand

  1. lindaswinfield

    June 20, 2015 at 08:36

    Ah!!!! never underestimate the power and communication of social media! xo

    • Katherine Kennedy

      June 21, 2015 at 08:36

      Hello Linda,

      Yes, numbers soared when I shared your post!



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