‘Ephemeral Threads’ is a collaborative sensory and tactile exhibition by floral artist Edith Pass & photographer Jennifer Leahy at the Blue Mountains oldest building - the Woodford Academy.
Exhibition Launch – Saturday 1 July, 2017 1– 2pm
The exhibition explores floral installation weavings that incorporate botanical and photographic materials. Edith’s visceral investigations touch on the subject of commemoration, giving tribute to the post colonial / Victorian women of the Blue Mountains. Jennifer’s photography explores ideas of historical decay embellished with remnant traces of grandeur.
Edith Pass is a floral and visual artist, with a background in print media, drawing, floristry and education. Edith runs a bespoke floral art and design studio based in the Blue Mountains called ‘Floral Ink’ located at The Woodford Academy since 2015.
Jennifer Leahy is a creative photographer based in the Blue Mountains. Jennifer works across both film and digital media creating imagery that questions historical reality, memory and folklore. Her interest and experience in photographic records and visual archives informs many aspects of her image making.
Museum Entry & Exhibition
Adults $6, Concession/Child (4-16yrs) $4, Family $15 (2 adults, 2 children)
Guided Tours – $2/Person (4+years)
Woodford Academy 90-92 Great Western Highway, Woodford
(on street parking available on Vale Rd)
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