There is nothing like a thought-provoking and beautifully framed photo on a wall. Often inspiring, almost always striking, and absolutely impassioned, an exhibition of one’s work is a pinnacle for many in their creative career.
This November, Emily Thompson is making her public debut with ‘salt’, presenting a series of imagery and installations.
This comes as part of Emily’s graduate collection, armed with a Bachelor of Design (Honours), which saw her specialising in the Creative Direction and Styling program at The Whitehouse Institute of Design, Melbourne.
In presenting ‘salt’, Emily refers to it as “a curated collection of still life images that highlight and contrast the tastes, tones, and textures of the sea.”
‘salt’ explores an unconditional appreciation towards the expansive aesthetic of the ocean by playing with organic shapes, textures and substances. Reminding individuals of the intimate connection our ocean has to us, our food and our environment through a refreshing sense of clarity.
Held within Geelong’s newest multi-purpose workspace The KO Creative Studio, the exhibition will only add to the studio’s already beautiful and inspiring environment.
The exhibition will open on Thursday, November 21 from 5pm to 7:30pm.
It’s free entry, and there will be a grazing table and beverages available to indulge in. The KO Creative Studio is located at 1/14 Lambert Avenue. Geelong. Check out the deets via Eventbrite.