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Eveline Kotai: Invisible Threads

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Published: November 2019
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BIC Subject: Illustration & commercial art
Published By: Fremantle Press
 
Published: 05-Nov-2019
Format: Paperback, 176 pages, 0x0mm
ISBN: 9780994284228
Stock Code: 4284228
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Art Collective WA publishes monographs about WA artists to firmly place the artists and their work in the Australian art context. Eveline Kotai- Invisible Threads is the first publication to focus on the art and 40-year career of Eveline Kotai. Eveline's professional art practice traverses the media of painting, drawing, print and stitched collage. It conveys technical aptitude and a deep sense of subject leading to the production of continually unexpected colour, pattern and textural combinations.Art Collective WA publishes monographs about WA artists to firmly place the artists and their work in the Australian art context. Eveline Kotai- Invisible Threads is the first publication to focus on the art and 40-year career of Eveline Kotai. Eveline's professional art practice traverses the media of painting, drawing, print and stitched collage. It conveys technical aptitude and a deep sense of subject leading to the production of continually unexpected colour, pattern and textural combinations.
Julie Ewington is a writer, curator and broadcaster based in Sydney. An authority on contemporary Australian art, especially art by women, and contemporary art from South-East Asia, she has held both academic and curatorial positions in that field.

Nyanda Smith is a freelance writer and editor who has written about the visual arts for The West Australian, Artlink, Photofile, Realtime and ABC Radio Perth. She holds a Master of Communication from Deakin University, and a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Cultural Studies from La Trobe University.

Helen Thurloe is a Sydney-based writer and poet whose essays and poetry have been widely published, several of which explore the influence of her Hungarian heritage. Promising Azra (Allen & Unwin, 2016) was Helen's first novel, and she is currently working on her second.
 
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