Retrospective

HORIZONS

Over 30 years of art making

A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION

BY
HELEN STACEY

ROYAL SA SOCIETY OF ARTS
OPENING EVENT: Sunday 24 March, 2019

Helen writes: Through my art practice I aim to:

Convey not only the landscape’s power, presence and beauty, but also how it reveals metaphors for life.

Engage in cross-cultural collaboration to encourage awareness and appreciation of cultural difference.

Explore social justice issues as part of contributing to social change.

Professor Simon Biggs, Director of the South Australian School of Art, UniSA,
opens HORIZONS, at the Royal SA Society of Art, March 24th 2019.
Exhibition Opening at the RSASA Gallery

The following images are a selection of works from the exhibition.

Budj Bim crater walls (tripytch) 2009 1.80 x 122 cm $5000
Waiting #1: boat, salt lake and moon glow 2015 115 x 76 cm $3500 
Autumn showers coming, Nalpa Lagoon 2006 144 x 89 cm $4000
Salem church and Earth Angel 2010 95 x 80 cm $2500
Mt. Emblam (Mt. Gambier) and post-colonial script 60 x 45 cm $800
Chauncey’s Line and post-colonial script 2009 66 x 75 cm $1800 
The Sentinels, Brachina Gorge, Flinders Rangers 2005 110 x 90 cm $2800
Lyrup turnoff 1989 86 x 123 cm $4000
Congregation of gates & moon, Narrung #3 2007 68 x 83 cm $2500
Borderlands and primal moon, Narrung 2007 97 x 78 cm $2500
Stillness, river banks, Mildura 1987 75 x 58 cm $1200 (SOLD)
Summer day near Strathalbyn 2017 76 x 58 cm $1500 (SOLD)
From Narrung to Mt Barker c.1995 66x86cm $1800
Fallowed paddocks, Poltalloch c. 1995 66 x 86 cm $1800
Sunset ripples, tree-line burial site: Lake Victoria 1990 77 x 62 cm $1800
Windabout Lakes and signs 2004 96 x 76 cm $2500
 Mt. Barker from Point Sturt Road2015 (in lobby) 147 x 92 cm $4800