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‘The drawings were made at lightning speed’

Bondi-based artist Danielle Joy Golding’s exhibition Ethical Expressions 2 opened at the Orchard Gallery in Waterloo on Saturday July 22.

Catherine Skipper curated the collection of 16 pen-and-ink drawings which touch on various social, philosophical and political issues.

Danielle said: “The drawings were made at lightning speed … and I enjoyed the challenge of creating them – utilising some music lyrics, thoughts about social issues, local history, climate change and more. I’d like to thank Catherine Skipper, Andrew Collis, Louisa Dyce and Emma Newton for their assistance with the show. Thank you to my friends who have always supported my art practice.”

Wolfgang Devine (back right) gave a fine performance of various pieces for piano including a composition by Dulcie Holland.

The exhibition runs until August 18. Original drawings and select postcards available for purchase. For all enquiries please contact Andrew on 0438 719 470.

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Ethical Expressions 2 is at the Orchard Gallery, 56a Raglan St Waterloo, until August 18.

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