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CSA NSW October 2018 event Thomas Bardwell and Colour in 18th Century Portrait Painting, Wed October 24, 6.30 pm for 7.00 pm start, Albion Centre, corner of Albion and Crown St, Surry Hills.


I'm very pleased to inform you that our event this month will be a presentation on Wednesday October 24 by Michelle Hiscock, a well-known artist and lecturer on the history of painting techniques, speaking on colour practice in 18th century portrait painting.


Michelle Hiscock trained at the Canberra School of Art, Australian National University, graduating in 1991, and has lived in Japan and France and travelled widely in Europe and especially Italy. She has held solo exhibitions since 1992 in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, has been a finalist in several art prizes, and has taken part in group shows in Australia, London and Switzerland. She is represented by Australian Galleries in Sydney, and her work is represented in private and corporate collections. Michelle is an expert in the history of painting techniques, materials and methods, is a painting lecturer at the National Art School and has given many talks and demonstrations at the Art Gallery of NSW. In this video you can see Michelle discuss how she recreated Camille Corot’s painting Ville-d’Avray: entrance to the wood (c. 1825) in public over the course of a week at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in association with the exhibition The Greats in 2015.



Wednesday October 24, 6.30 pm for 7.00 pm.

Albion Centre, Ground Floor, 349 Crown Street (entry corner of Albion and Crown Streets), Surry Hills. Street parking only. The Albion Centre is a short bus ride or ten-minute walk from Central Station and is extremely well served by bus routes in Crown, Albion and nearby streets.


Pre-booking essential 

Tickets: $30 non-members/ $20 members/ $15 students, including light refreshments.

RSVP Monday October 22.


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