jemima parker

artist. screen printer. lover of drawing. dreamer.
Busy baking for tomorrow’s afternoon tea at M16 Artspace - the final day of "In Translation". Come along for art + cake, tomorrow (Sunday) 28th of September, 2pm - 4pm.

Busy baking for tomorrow’s afternoon tea at M16 Artspace - the final day of "In Translation". Come along for art + cake, tomorrow (Sunday) 28th of September, 2pm - 4pm.

Today I took down my exhibition Transitions at the Belconnen Arts Centre. Many thanks to all who dropped by for a look over the last few weeks. 
Many thanks also to artsACT for making this project possible.
(Image: undefined objects, hand-printed linen, sewing thread, machine and hand sewn, 2014, as installed in Transitions, Belconnen Arts Centre Foyer Gallery)

Today I took down my exhibition Transitions at the Belconnen Arts Centre. Many thanks to all who dropped by for a look over the last few weeks.

Many thanks also to artsACT for making this project possible.

(Image: undefined objects, hand-printed linen, sewing thread, machine and hand sewn, 2014, as installed in Transitions, Belconnen Arts Centre Foyer Gallery)

Yesterday we installed In Translation - please join us for the opening, 6pm tomorrow at M16 Artspace. All welcome!

Supported by the M16 EEP! (Emerging Exhibition Prize) - a very big thank you to M16!

Tiny drawings, like microscope slides. Investigating surfaces found within the urban environment, specifically the Inner North. 
Some work in progress for the upcoming M16 EEP! (Emerging Exhibition Prize) - In Translation, curated by Ellen V Wignell, also featuring the work of Kelly Hayes and Yasmin Masri.
In Translation will be opened at 6pm on Thursday 11th of September - all welcome. In the meantime, check out our process blog for the exhibition, here.

Tiny drawings, like microscope slides. Investigating surfaces found within the urban environment, specifically the Inner North.

Some work in progress for the upcoming M16 EEP! (Emerging Exhibition Prize) - In Translation, curated by Ellen V Wignell, also featuring the work of Kelly Hayes and Yasmin Masri.

In Translation will be opened at 6pm on Thursday 11th of September - all welcome. In the meantime, check out our process blog for the exhibition, here.

This afternoon I’ll be doing an artist talk as part of my exhibition Transitions -  2pm, Foyer Gallery, Belconnen Arts Centre. All welcome.
Image: Rebecca: undefined (wearable) objects, hand printed linen and cotton, sewing thread, machine and hand sewn, 2014.
Photo credit: Christine Pobke

This afternoon I’ll be doing an artist talk as part of my exhibition Transitions -  2pm, Foyer Gallery, Belconnen Arts Centre. All welcome.

Image: Rebecca: undefined (wearable) objects, hand printed linen and cotton, sewing thread, machine and hand sewn, 2014.

Photo credit: Christine Pobke

Please join me for the opening of my upcoming exhibition Transitions - from 5.30pm this Friday the 29th of August at the Belconnen Arts Centre.
Transitions extends my ongoing explorations of the blurred boundaries between art and fashion. Using drawing, screen-printing and textile processes, the exhibition includes a series of hand-printed sculptural textile objects that can be installed in the gallery space or worn on the body, together with a suite of works on paper. Hand-drawn patterns derived from urban surfaces shift between two and three-dimensional works. A series of photographs by Christine Pobke will also be exhibited, documenting the wearable aspect of the textile work.
A very BIG thank you to artsACT for supporting this exhibition through a project funding grant.
Image: Rebecca: undefined (wearable) object, hand printed linen & sewing thread, 2014
Photo credit: Christine Pobke

Please join me for the opening of my upcoming exhibition Transitions - from 5.30pm this Friday the 29th of August at the Belconnen Arts Centre.

Transitions extends my ongoing explorations of the blurred boundaries between art and fashion. Using drawing, screen-printing and textile processes, the exhibition includes a series of hand-printed sculptural textile objects that can be installed in the gallery space or worn on the body, together with a suite of works on paper. Hand-drawn patterns derived from urban surfaces shift between two and three-dimensional works. A series of photographs by Christine Pobke will also be exhibited, documenting the wearable aspect of the textile work.

A very BIG thank you to artsACT for supporting this exhibition through a project funding grant.

Image: Rebecca: undefined (wearable) object, hand printed linen & sewing thread, 2014

Photo credit: Christine Pobke

My work currently on exhibition in the 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial at the Tamworth Regional Gallery.

"Undefined objects", hand printed linen and cotton, machine and hand sewn, 2014.

My work currently on exhibition in the 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial at the Tamworth Regional Gallery.

"Undefined objects", hand printed linen and cotton, machine and hand sewn, 2014.

Enjoyed a wonderful Saturday today at Tamworth Regional Gallery today for the 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial artist talks.

Enjoyed a wonderful Saturday today at Tamworth Regional Gallery today for the 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial artist talks.

Super excited to be heading off to Tamworth today, for the opening of the 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial. Very proud to be exhibiting a small collection of new work (including the piece pictured) alongside 21 other artists from across Australia. 

The 2nd Tamworth Triennial will be showing at the Tamworth Regional Gallery until 18 October, with plans to tour nationally throughout 2015 and 2016. 

For more information, see the exhibition blog:  http://2ndtamworthtextiletriennial.com

Super excited to be heading off to Tamworth today, for the opening of the 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial. Very proud to be exhibiting a small collection of new work (including the piece pictured) alongside 21 other artists from across Australia.

The 2nd Tamworth Triennial will be showing at the Tamworth Regional Gallery until 18 October, with plans to tour nationally throughout 2015 and 2016.

For more information, see the exhibition blog: http://2ndtamworthtextiletriennial.com

Recent work in progress. Cut, sew, sleep, repeat.