Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired

Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired

Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired

Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired

Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired

Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired

Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired

Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired

Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired

Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)
Prima Materia (installation view, Bundoora Homestead Arts Centre 2016)
Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne
Photographer Jorge de Araujo

John Martin
James Stephenson (engraver)
G Mitchell (publisher)
The day of his wrath  1870
engraving
Geelong Gallery 
Acquired


Collection leads: Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)—Amator

Saturday 22 May to Sunday 12 September 2021

Sharon Goodwin and Irene Hanenbergh bring aspects of their distinctive individual practices together in their collaborative project Zilverster. The artists’ shared interest in art history, fantasy, cult iconography, alchemy and supernatural phenomena informs their collaborative drawings and imagery etched into three-dimensional objects. In this ‘Collection leads’ exhibition they take their inspiration from the Gallery’s 1870 etching based on John Martin’s sublime painting The great day of his wrath (1851–53), in the Tate Collection, London.

A Geelong Gallery exhibition

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