Libby Wakefield: Stories from the Studio

This week we take you to visit Libby Wakefield at her studio where she is preparing for an upcoming solo exhibition. Libby was a recipient of an STA Micro Grant in 2021 and we are proud to have been able to support her to create and exhibit new work.

The body of work for the upcoming exhibition reflects the Wingecaribee wetlands. These paintings borrow the visual language of passed notions of beauty and the sublime. The work explores the unique character of the rivers, creeks and swamps around the Wingecaribee area.

‘The Poetry of Nature’ opens at Whitewall Art Project Gallery on Saturday 23 April with an opening from 4-6pm. The exhibition continues until 2 May. Please visit Whitewall Art Projects website for further details.

Libby is a practicing highlands artist represented by WhiteWall Art Projects in Berrima, she holds a Bachelor Degree in Arts Education and has 20 years of  teaching experience.

Follow Libby on @libby_wakefield

Hand Me That Brush a painting and drawing workshop with Libby is now open for enrolments at Bowral District Art gallery. Tuesday mornings 3 May – 28 June
A generalist class in painting and drawing. It is designed to help you enrich your painting and drawing practice and assist you to gain confidence with your subject matter, materials and process. Suitable for all levels and experience. Email Libby to enrol

[email protected]
0427 938 110 
Or by appointment at one of our
Mobile Office locations

PO Box 1323 Goulburn 2580
ABN 67 208 214 681

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We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the lands where we create, live & work. 

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