Meg Viney

A collection of works and musings from an artist.

INDIGO

Shibori is a technique I learned many years ago and it continues to fascinate me as I learn more about its magic

Sep, 26 · in Uncategorized

Figures in Contemplation

            Many of my works are figurative, and yet I perceive them as vessels. People are containers of life, of love, of one another. Whilst vessels are seen as containers […]

Jun, 03 · in Uncategorized

Silent Witness

Silent Witness is a series of six figures –  silent, as they watch man’s thoughtless attitude to environment.  They are made of paper (garlic for the bodies, philodendron for the heads) and Eucalyptus Regnans, hand […]

Jun, 02

Vessels for Containment

I was invited by Latrobe Regional Gallery to have an exhibition of Vessels, some borrowed from collections and some new works.   I was delighted because the form of the Vessel has been revisited throughout my […]

Feb, 07

Time warp

MAY 2011, CELIA ROSSER GALLERY. An exhibition of works with Lorraine Connelly-Northey and Mandy Gunn. Each artist works with materials that have been recycled, or have taken years to grow and become ready for harvest, […]

Feb, 06

Sipapu

Years ago, whilst living and studying in U.S.A., I was strongly influenced by Native American Culture with its gentle approach to the world, its belief that spirit is inherent in all things, and with the […]

Feb, 04

Heaven on a String

When I retired from teaching, there was a glorious sense of freedom, I was unfettered as a kite. Simultaneously I was invited to exhibit at Art Affairs Gallery in Melbourne, and this series is the […]

Jan, 07

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