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Jo Darbyshire

In Residence on the verandahs at Donnelly River Village

31 July – 7 August 2017

Jo Darbyshire is an established Western Australian visual artist.

Her abstract paintings reference the social and environmental history of places, but also aim to suggest their sensory and poetic nature. She completed a Post-Graduate Diploma of Art at Canberra School of Art, ACT, in 1991 and a Master of Creative Arts in Cultural Heritage, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, WA in 2004.
She exhibits regularly, most recently an exhibition Ships That Pass at PS Art Studios( with Penny Coss) in Fremantle (2017) and Yield at Bankwest Gallery in Perth CBD (2015). She was also in a group exhibition at the Fremantle Art Centre; Horizon: Exploring the West Coast with the Clipperton Project in 2015 and is a member of the Artists Collective WA.
Jo has an established and successful Public Art profile. She recently completed a commission to produce an18 m long painting The River Journey and Digiglass artworks in collaboration with Rick Vermey for the new Supreme Court (Civil) Building in Perth CBD (2014-16) and before that created large-scale internal Digiglass walls as artwork for the Rehabilitation Building, Fiona Stanley Hospital WA (2010-13).
Her artwork is held in all major public institutions in WA, private collections nationally and internationally.

Check back for updates about the residency and workshops.

More information about the artist can be found at jodarbyshire.com

Works from the Residency

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See the gallery of work from the 2017 residencies here

Reference material and the artist at Donnelly

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Updates

Paintings, workshops, exhibitions

Wet paint and possum prints

Jo Darbyshire spent a wet week in residence at Donnelly dealing with small complications like getting paint to dry and possums plodding across her paintings. Beneath the [...]