Caspa Collective Exhibition
Johno Smith Earthscapes
Jacinta Walsh Landscapes
Rilka Laycock-Walsh Mindscapes
Ben Laycock Seascapes
Jim Coad Mountainscapes
Lillyan Shirvington Stonescapes
Opening Friday 6th March
At 6 o’clock
Dates: 6 – 28 March
Arragnee – E-scapes
‘aranye de ningyo’ means in the forest of human form….
images developed from chaos and an synthetic palate (computer painting) and the body of doll art composed since the last festival installed to draw you into the wonderful world of his imagination
Johnno Smith – Earthscapes
My paintings are plein air abstract improvisations constructed with selected materials from their sites along with other similar materials I have collected and processed. For example, slate, clay, charcoal, ash, ochres, sand, crushed rock, sap and found and recycled objects. This aims to enhance the sensory properties the landscape or subject itself may project through an artwork.
Jim Coad – Mountainscapes “Roped in”
An assortment of 2D and 3D images and objects, works on paper and video.
This work has evolved through an exploration of the life of mountaineer Freda du Faur, who climbed Mount Cook (New Zealand) in 1910.
‘The Freda Experience‘ is a theatrically based performance being presented for the Castlemaine State Festival.
Jacinta Walsh – Landscapes
Jacinta is studying visual arts at Bendigo Uni.
Her work revolves around the natural world
Lillian Shirvington – Rockscapes
Lillian is a jeweler and is studying Geology at Ballarat Uni
Rilka Laycock-Walsh – Mindscapes
Rilka has studied Visual Arts at R.M.I.T. and is a devotee of Psychodelic Trance music
Ben Laycock – Seascapes
Ben is an established artist obsessed with images of water
To see more of Ben’s work go to: