Jane Doyle

Jane Doyle, presenter for Seven News and Chair of Carclew youth arts board
shares her top picks:

Jasmine Crisp – Adelaide City Footpaths and with Brianna Speight at Carclew House – fantastic young artists

Clare Belfrage at the JamFactory and Art Gallery of South Australia – the featured artist of SALA 2018 and a luminous glass artist

Four Strong at GAGPROJECTS, Kent Town – group exhibition featuring Pierre Mukeba whose work I first saw last year when Carclew approved a Quick Response Grant to enable his first solo exhibition. His story and his art are remarkable.

Water - Space, Science and Emotion, Catherine Fitz-Gerald and Keren Seelander, Toorak Gardens – two well established women artists

Tsering Hannaford, West Hindmarsh – wonderful young artist with impeccable pedigree

Manning Sculptures, McLaren Vale – find something bold for the garden

Coefficient, Ilk Collective at the Old Woollen Mill at Lobethal – combined student exhibition and The Connected Thread, h.ART hills art group; same location, combined exhibition exploring fibre and textiles in art

Line - Robert Hannaford and Alison Mitchell at their Riverton Studio

Three Generations - Allyson Parsons, Marie Parsons, Henry Cockington, Chateau Yaldara, Lyndoch

Rod Schubert – Elderton Wines - The Barossa wouldn’t be the same without this talented artist and sculptor

Port Lincoln Hotel – Embrace EP - some of Eyre Peninsula’s best on show


Image: Jasmine Crisp, She and Teddy Were Almost Twenty-Three, painting, 122 x 122 cm