Image: David Ryrie, Past, Present and Future Tense, 2016, Pigment Ink on Archival Art Paper, Edition of 4. (1 AP)

Snapshot: David Ryrie

Time Will Surely Tell

28 apr. — 27 may 2017

Goulburn Regional Art Gallery like many Regional Galleries has a very supportive Arts program.

Ryrie has felt connected to the gallery since his first show with them in early 2016. When the Collector Residency came up, he knew this was a great opportunity and a way for him to further his art practice.

Ryrie's practice is based around exploring the evidence of our existence, and the mark we leave in both our own small worlds and the greater natural world in which we live. Simply put, he wanted to notice things that may otherwise go unseen. Ryrie will talk about the work itself and the experience of being an artist in residence and getting to know Collector and its community.

Image: David Ryrie, Past, Present and Future Tense, 2016, Pigment Ink on Archival Art Paper, Edition of 4. (1 AP)

Snapshot: David Ryrie

Time Will Surely Tell

28 apr. — 27 may 2017

Goulburn Regional Art Gallery like many Regional Galleries has a very supportive Arts program.

Ryrie has felt connected to the gallery since his first show with them in early 2016. When the Collector Residency came up, he knew this was a great opportunity and a way for him to further his art practice.

Ryrie's practice is based around exploring the evidence of our existence, and the mark we leave in both our own small worlds and the greater natural world in which we live. Simply put, he wanted to notice things that may otherwise go unseen. Ryrie will talk about the work itself and the experience of being an artist in residence and getting to know Collector and its community.