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Heron's  work explores function, form + negative space. Her interest in texture + motifs from the mid-century modern also inform her work.

 

Her choice of materials range from paper + fabric to wire + metal. New + reclaimed materials are often sourced by chance. Nature + plant life references are abstracted + given an industrial edge.

 

 Heron’s work has been seen @ Brunswick Street Gallery Melbourne, Union Banks Arts Centre Clunes Victoria, Brighton Jetty Classic Sculptures, Stirling Fine Arts, Scarlatti’s Gallery, Skillogalee Wines, Nepenthe Wines + Fox Creek Wines.

 

She has been awarded with merits + commendations, including a Southern Ocean 3D Art prize @ Robe.

 

Heron was selected to participate in the Double Vision, Port to Port Artist Exchange Program - a local government initiative. One of her sculptures is included in the City of Onkaparinga art collection.

 

Heron was born in the Adelaide Hills, lives on the coast in the Fleurieu + is studying a degree in visual arts + design at Adelaide College of the Arts.

 

e x h i b i t i o n s
 
2015
  • Southern Ocean Art Prize
  • Scarlattis Gallery, Mt Surmon Wines, Stanley Flat (near Clare)
  
2014
  • Adelaide Airport Brighton Jetty Classic Sculptures
 
2013
  • Clunes, Victoria
  • SALA Pt Noarlunga Arts Centre

 2012

  • Shimmer Photographic Exhibition
  • Fox Creek Wines
 
 2011
 
  • Stirling Fine Arts
  • Double Vision, Goolwa and Pt Noarlunga
  • SALA Skillogalee Wines
  • SALA Nepenthe Winery
  • Small Sculpture Show - Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
  • Sculptures for Sight - St. Marks College, North Adelaide
  • Art of Life - Pt Noarlunga Arts Centre

 

   

2010
  • Southern Ocean Art Prize Exhibition - Robe. Winner  3 Dimensional  Award 
  • SALA 2010 Exhibitions @
                           Skillogalee Winery, Clare -  'Colour + Corrosion'
                           The Palladeum, Hyde Park -  'Steel + Stone'
                           The Palladeum, Croydon - 'Sarsaparilla'
 
  • Adelaide Fringe - solo exhibition @ Miss Gladys Sym Choons, Rundle Street