Lake Gnotuk A Touring exhibition, Geelong Art Gallery; Ballarat Art Gallery
Glass bottles, organic mixed media
each 7cm high
Exhibited: Lake Gnotuk, A Layered History,Art of Brigid Cole-Adams, Christine James, Ewa Narkiewicz, Cameron Robbins and Richard Thomas. Guest curator, Anna Clabburn; Exhibition held at Geelong Gallery, 2005, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, 2005-2006, Warrnambool Art Gallery, 2006, Riddoch Art Gallery (South Australia), 2006, Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, 2006, cat. no. 6
The lakes of Bullen Merri and Gnotuk have very clear and continuous sedimentary deposits. As iron sediments from the volcanoes sank down into the lakes, they aligned with the magnetic field of the earth and over time, this was reflected in the different layers of sediment.
A Touring exhibition, Geelong Art Gallery; Ballarat Art Gallery