18 Aug 2019 - 18 Aug 2019
A drawing and photography workshop with artist Garry Trinh.
Artist Garry Trinh has been influenced by the work of David Hockney throughout his entire career. As an introduction to this drawing and photography workshop Trinh will discuss his recent works and its connections to Hockney’s way of seeing.
Taking Hockey’s drawings and photo joiner methodology as inspiration, students will take their own photographs within the gardens and use these images to create works that successfully combine photographic imagery and drawing.
This is an ideal workshop for photographers who feel restricted by the unspoken rules of the photographic medium and are looking for new ways to use photography to express their ideas.
The tutor, Garry Trinh, is an artist working in photography, video, painting and works on paper. He makes art about the uncanny, unexpected and spontaneous moments in daily life. His works are about a way of looking at the world, to reveal magic in the mundane. He is never bored and never late.
He holds a BA in Psychology and a BA in Visual Communications / Photography and Digital Imaging from the University of Western Sydney.
His work is collected by the Art Gallery of NSW and Artbank. He has been exhibited at the Australian Centre for Photography, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Blacktown Arts Centre, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Artspace, First Draft, Gallery 4A and many others.
Cost: $120.00. Class takes place from 10am - 4pm on Sunday 18 August 2019.
Limited places available. Book early to avoid disappointment. Information on how to enrol in this class can be found on our Art Classes page.
Image:Garry Trinh Plant cuttings 2018 (detail). Pencil and digital c-type photograph on paper.
02 8536 5700