A Umina artist is set to headline an exhibition at Gosford Regional Library next month in a bid to celebrate endangered Australian birds and their habitats.
Nicole Berlach will bring together the Sojourn piece with help from fellow artist Lissa-Jane de Sailles – this will be the pair’s second collaborative exhibition.
The exhibition will feature natural history illustrations and woven sculptural forms to depict the semi-permanent homes that are created by these vulnerable birds.
The work of the children’s book illustrator has also been published internationally and can be found in the Archival Collection at the State Library of NSW.
The free exhibition will commence on February 6 and will run to March 14, from 9.30am-4pm every day.
More information on the exhibition can be found online at www.centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/whats-on/art-and-culture/sojourn.
Media release, Dec 11
Central Coast Council