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May 2018

 

Botanica Humana Exhibition 2018

 

Botanica Humana is a group exhibition presenting the work of contemporary Australian artists who reference the role of nature within their art to symbolise aspects of human experiences – natural symbolism, or utilises images of the natural world to express human states. Incredibly excited to be exhibiting alongside such diverse group. 

 

Co-Curators: Felicity Mark and Marielle Soni
Author / Assistant Curator: Catriona Black-Dinham

 

 

 

Artist: Amelda Read-Forsyth

Title: Imposition

 

 

 

April 2018

 

Deadly Threadly Exhibition 2018

The exhibition showcases a collective journey of four women inspired by their environmental experiences, cultural identity and feelings of belonging connected by the common motivation to use their art practice to explore and represent something personal, a connection to inspiration, a memory, a social commentary or a desire to experiment with the common language - thread. Participating artists including Jody Loaring, Tomoko Yamada, Jacky Cheng and Regi Cherini

 

Deadly Threadly exhibition

 

 

 

August 2017

 

Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize 2017

Extremely honoured to be selected as a 'finalist' for my titled piece "Dharma Wheel" in the 2017 Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize. Thank you judges Jennifer Turpin, Edwina Palmer and Kathryn Hendy-Ekers for the opportunity to be part of this amazing award celebrating and advancing Australian women artists. 

 

 

 

 

July 2017

 

Cossack Art Awards 2017

23rd July was an amazing night as we celebrated the 25th Cossack Art Awards at an unique location honouring 300 participating artists. I am incredibly stoked and humbled to be presented the Highly Commended Award for the Works on Paper category with the piece titled "Oculus"A huge thank you to the judges Elizabeth Ann Macgregor OBE, Josh Cocking and Bianca Brenton for your judging expertise. 

 

 

 

Kimberley Art Prize 2017

Extremely humbled my piece "Xiang Lu II - Incense Censer II" which took home a Highly Commended Award at the recent Kimberley Art Prize 2017. Thank you to both judges Dr Benjamin Joel and Ms Denise Tait for the recognition. And massive congratulations to all pariticpating artist. 

 

 

 

Bunbury Biennale 2017

The 13th Bunbury Biennale 2017  is currently showing works by contemporary artists from across Western Australia. I am so honoured to be included as a 'finalist' in the exhibition as we continue to celebrate the diversity of WA based artists across a range of media, from sculpture and installation to painting, drawing and printmaking.

 

 

 

 

May 2017

 

Mid West Art Prize 2017

Extremely delighted to be notified and selected as 'finalist' to exhibit my piece in the Mid West Art Prize 2017 with the piece titled "Lotus Blooming".

 

 

 

Paper Passion by Arctic Paper, Sweden

I was recently interviewed about my practice and it was a delight to be picked as one of Paper Passion's recent highlight on creative paper artist. The leading European producer of high-quality paper also feature other amazing paper artists on their website. Click on the link to read about my interview -  The Artist Who Gets Inspired by Her Ancestors and while you are in there, find out about what others are creating. 

For Swedish readers: KONSTNÄREN SOM INSPIRERAS AV SINA FÖRFÄDER

 

 

 

 

March 2017

 

Arteles Creative Centre, Finland - Art residency, March 2017

In March 2017, I will be part of the Silence Awareness Existence Residency program at Arteles Creative Centre in Haukijärvi, Finland. There will be no specific agenda other than to 'just be' and allow new and exciting processes/ discoveries/ opportunities/ connections/ successes/ failures/ inconsistencies to emerge within my practice in this foreign surrounding - a huge constrast from Kimberley red pindan to Finnish white snow. To follow my journey, stay connected via Jacky Cheng Visual Arts or @jackychengart

 

 

 

 

February 2017

 

Contemporary Art Awards 2017

I was selected as the 'finalist' at the Contemporary Art Awards 2017 an initiative by the Queensland Government with the titled piece "Dharma Wheel" . The winners were announced on 1 February 2017. A massive congratulations to the well-deserved winners. Juror Dr Jonathan Burnie.

 

 

 

 

January 2017

 

Something Old, Something New Exhibition 2017

A collaboration of Artists Nada Murphy & Jacky Cheng.

Something old, something new: a lesson, a tradition, a passion, of love, of marriage, of cultures and continuing bonds.

 

 

 

 

December 2016

 

Finalist announcement 2017

It's announced! I am delighted to annouce that I have been selected as a 'finalist' for the Bunburry Biennale 2017 exhibition. The show will open to public from 8 July - 10 September 2017. I will announce again via Jacky Cheng Visual Art closer to date. Stay tuned!

 

 

 

September 2016

 

Three Artists One Medium Exhibition 2016

Three Artists Leonie Oakes, Jacky Cheng and Sue Codee

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Based in Broome, Jacky Cheng started working with paper as a child folding joss sticks with Malaysian Chinese grandmother.  While studying architecture, she began using everyday materials such as writing paper, penknife and glue to produce artworks that looked like topographical landscapes.  This exhibition of her high precision, exquisitely detailed art coincides with her inclusion in an exhibition in the Agora Gallery in New York during the same period.

 

 

 

September 2016

 

Unbound Perspective Exhibition 2016

Group Exhibition in Agora Gallery, New York, USA. 

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A group exhibition highlighting work that presents reality with heightened aesthetic possibilities. Bringing together no fewer than eighteen artists, the exhibition is an eclectic mixture of photography, painting, and sculpture. Some pieces present subtler, updated forms of surrealism: familiar objects and figures taken out of context and placed into new environments, or classic art historical tableaux with present-day icons swapped in. Other pieces are rooted in abstraction and approach the familiar from the opposite end of the spectrum. There are investigations into color, line, and texture, all as they relate to depicting things from the real world – and especially, imagining them differently. Every work in Unbound Perspectives shares the tension of seeing foreign elements integrated with everyday things. The exhibition celebrates the new and the unexpected, with eyes forward but always carrying knowledge of the past. Read Jacky's profile here.

 

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