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A Series of Predicted Events and Peculiar Statements

 Julie Rees, Mining Opals 2017, Mixed Media, 60x60cm
From:Sunday 24 March 2019
To:Sunday 27 May 2018
Time:12:00am -  Sunday 24 March 2019
Location:Crows Nest Regional Art Gallery, New England Highway, Crows Nest, Qld 4355 Australia

The Crows Nest Regional Art Gallery warmly invites you to the Opening Event for our new exhibition by Dr Julie Rees – A Series of Predicted Events and Peculiar Statements.

“Conceptually driven, A Series of Predicted Events and Peculiar Statements (2017), draws inspiration from cassette and digital recordings of psychic readings held between 1993 and 2013. The works in this series offer allegorical interpretations of accurate predictions that came to fruition and statements that resonated with me. Overall, the series invites the viewer to reflect on their life sequences and to consider whether some aspects of our lives are pre-determined or simply a creation of our own making.” Julie Rees

Julie Rees is a Brisbane-based artist influenced by real-life circumstances. The works she creates develops from personal or collective experiences. Julie uses a variety of media such as installation, painting, mixed media, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital art, and video, although, the use of a particular medium will depend on the subject matter. Beginning her art practice in 2003 she made the shift to a professional artist in 2009. Since then she has completed a Doctor of Visual Arts at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. Julie has exhibited both nationally and internationally, published research papers, a recipient of grants, and has achieved recognition as an associate editor for various humanity journals. 


Crows Nest Regional Art Gallery
New England Highway
Crows Nest
07 4698 1687
Entry charges - Adultfree
Entry charges - Childfree
Contact phone 07 4698 1687
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Contact organisationCrows Nest Regional Art Gallery
Is food and drink available?Not applicable
Are toilets available?Yes
Is there disabled access?Yes


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