Karen Greenhalgh

0422 754 143
Walking in nature with camera in hand is when I relax and rejuvenate my body, mind and soul. The images I take are a response to the landscape as a moment in time and the fleeting confluence of elements - sun, sky and water. As a multi-disciplinary artist, I like to think of photography as drawing with light and I try to capture that feeling of being immersed in the environment. It is in the final print that I hope to distill this experience of being connected with nature and its beauty, colour and life-giving breath.
In the last year with the pandemic disruptions, I took the opportunity to re-focus on what I enjoy doing and making art fulltime. For SALA I would like to exhibit a series of photographs of the coast and hills around Adelaide. The selected images can be printed and framed ready to hang to suit your venue. I am happy to exhibit solo or as part of a group show.
2021 Exhibiting artist: Summer Fun, group exhibition, Splashout Art Gallery, Brighton, SA
2011 Curator: Seeing the Light, photographic exhibition, Don Bank Museum, North Sydney, NSW
2009 Curator: Peace in Uncertain Times, art exhibition, Hopestreet Urban Compassion, Darlinghurst, NSW
2007 Curator: Joy of Spring Festival, community art exhibition, Katoomba Civic Centre, NSW
2005 Curator: Buddha in Suburbia, contemporary art exhibition, Liverpool Regional Museum, NSW
2004 Art History Internship: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington
2002 Exhibiting artist: A Moment Forever, group exhibition, Penrith Regional Gallery, NSW
2009 Master of Art Administration COFA UNSW
2004 Bachelor of Fine Arts Distinction SOCA UWS
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