You are invited to join the Artists, Tim Bučković and Jethro Harcourt at the exhibition opening, Sunday 8 October @ 2-5pm
Tim Bučković and Jethro Harcourt studied Honours in Fine Art together in 2014. Tim makes paintings and Jethro creates sculptures. The works they are presenting in this exhibition, talk about landscape, representation and abstraction. They first exhibited together at Fontanelle in Adelaide in 2016.
Tim currently lives and works in Melbourne. He has studied painting at the Victorian College of the Arts and in the master class of Prof. K. Grosse at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Bučkovic has exhibited in Melbourne, Adelaide and internationally at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany.
Tim has a Gippsland connection being a finalist in the 2016 John Leslie Art Prize at the Gippsland Art Gallery where I first came across his work and instantly connected with it.
Jethro is an artist living and working in Gippsland who has recently taken up a teaching position in Visual Arts at Federation University Gippsland Campus. His sculptures explore materials and making processes. Jethro has exhibited in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney Perth and internationally at the Kunsthochschule Mainz, Germany. This year Jethro was shortlisted in the Redlands | Konica Art Prize in Sydney.
In 2016 Jethro was artist-in-residency in the Cowwarr Art Space CAN Inc. Ceramic Studio where he experimented with the clay forms on the wheel and various surfaces with raku and black firing. It was always fun to have Jethro in Cowwarr and it is great to have his work exhibited in the Space.
Jethro thanks the following people for their support and generosity: Ceramicist and Black Ware expert Paul Gennings, Cowwarr Art Space, Gavin Roberts, Kalinda Vary, Jeph Neale, John Meade, Felix and Jo Hampton, Brent King and Sary Zaniniri at Monash University, Georgina Glanville.
This will be the last exhibition for 2017.