a voyage to see ‘Surrender’ by Joshua Yeldham

Posted: October 29, 2014 by Mo Crow in art exhibitions
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Circular-Quay-Railway-StationToday we caught the train into Circular Quay to catch the ferry over to Manly
working-harbourthe view from the quay of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
the-quaythe Sydney Opera House from the wharf
all-aboardall aboard
the-cityyo ho ho!
Manly-Regional-Gallery& here we are “7 miles from Sydney and a thousand miles from care” at Manly Pier
looking towards the Manly Regional Gallery & Museum
jy14_manlyto see Joshua Yeldham’s stunning survey show “Surrender”
Surrender- Yeoman's Bay 2014 by Joshua YeldhamSurrender – Yeoman’s Bay 2014
oil and cane on carved board
200 x 244 cm
Surrender-detailthe owls are teaching Joshua aerial navigation, which he defines as a way to fly above the landscape of his life
Surrender-detail-2to see what areas are dry needing the water of love
indigo-by-Joshua-YeldhamJoshua carved this photograph taken by his wife Jo of their daughter Indigo
(NB the owls seen in the reflection of this photo were on the opposite wall caught in the glass of the frame)
indigo-detail-by-Joshua-Yeldhamcarved-photography-by-Joshua-YeldhamHis self published book “Surrender – A Journal for my daughter” is a treasure
Surrender-by-Joshua-YeldhamJoshua’s work goes deep with great heart and is profoundly moving, to see more visit
his website
watch his short film
listen to this interview
read John McDonald’s review
& if you live anywhere near Sydney see it this week, the show closes on Sunday
back-to-the-cityall photos taken by Old Man Crow on his iPhone

Comments
  1. dinahmow says:

    But, but, it’s owls…mmmmm…owls. Thanks, Mo, as I can’t get down to see this. Owls! ooo…mmm

  2. fiona says:

    what an art-filled week or so you’ve had – so inspiring! Thanks for sharing…

  3. Liz says:

    Such exquisite mark making … with the feel of stitch
    Many thanks to Old Man Crow for the close-up of the cane … I can only imagine how it must appear in person

    • Mo Crow says:

      there are 5 rooms of art in the survey that Joshua has developed this century, he has worked so hard with such deep heart and found his way, a beautiful soul that shines brightly

  4. beth says:

    Another amazing armchair voyage. This post and the last. Thanks Mo.

  5. deanna7trees says:

    beautiful visuals. i always appreciate what you share with us.

    • Mo Crow says:

      thanks for visiting Deanna, I wonder if it’s possible to OD on art? there’s an opening to go to tonight too!

      • deanna7trees says:

        funny that you should say that. i used to love to go to art and quilting shows in person and i have completely lost interest in doing that. i get enough inspiration online and i would rather be working at home on my own art.

        • Mo Crow says:

          Interesting, this month I unsubscribed to all the online blogs and galleries I visit as I was getting a bit overstimulated & am enjoying savouring the art experience in real time

  6. Dana says:

    The intricacy of Joshua’s work reminded me of you, Mo. What spectacular owls….and Liz is right, they have the feeling of stitch.

    • Mo Crow says:

      Hi Dana, am still buzzing from the spirit of Joshua’s work, the way he drills holes in the boards and inserts canes gives the owls the dimension of stitch and his carved photographs are like lace!

  7. When I saw the title of your post, my heart started beating faster – Joshua Yeldham is my favorite contemporary artist. How I would love to see even one of his pieces in person! Thanks for sharing some of his magic; and wow, Sydney is spectacular!

  8. Carol says:

    Thank you, Mo, for another wonderful experience through your eyes. Oh, the owls! What an amazing artist!

  9. Carol says:

    And oh, our Sydney Harbour – another work of art!

  10. spectacular stuff–i will return to look!

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