SALA 2022 Exhibition

Art, Place & Space

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Kendrea Rhodes’ SALA 2022 exhibition comes to you online from an Adelaide Hills kitchen. This exhibition focuses on the analysis of place through art via themes of memory, emotions, disruption, community and connections. It’s about space, place, and people. It’s about living in the Adelaide Hills, in all the transitory places called home: real and unreal, digital, abstract and philosophical.

Artworks are framed and for sale for the duration of SALA throughout August. SALA is the South Australian Living Artist Festival, meaning artists are alive and painting; if you are in the Adelaide Hills, and would like to see this exhibition in person, please click the contact link below.

(Please note, digital artwork and representations may differ from original artworks. Digital art can be printed and purchased upon request)

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Creative Emerging


“Emerging”1 is a Lobethal Woollen Mill study (number 20) in mixed media on wood, 400mm²—painted and exhibited during SALA 2021. The painting represents creativity and the awakening of the community from the dream-like state of 2020, 2021. It also portrays my personal experience of re-emergence into everyday activities beyond the walls of my home. Beyond FaceTime, Zoom and Netflix, and into familiar (some might say old-fashioned) social connections and activities. This is my creative emerging.

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