Honey I'm Home, to 13July, Nelson

The Honey, I’m Home! exhibition is on at The Refinery Art Space this month. 
The exhibition explores the surface and humorous aspects of the domestic, 
as well as its darker and seedier side.

Nicol Sanders-O'Shea, Gone, 2013
Screen print, acrylic paint and spray paint on MDF (55 pieces, 25x25cm each)

Included in this exhibition is this work by Nicol Sanders-O’Shea, 
Gone, 55 screenprinted tiles of scenes and surfaces 
focused on the light and humorous side of domestic life. 
They evoke pragmatic, everyday family routines, 
punctuated by intimations of consumerist myth, sentiment and nostalgia.

Honey, I’m Home! runs until Saturday 13 July
at The Refinery Artspace, 3 Halifax Street, Nelson.

Participating artists include Jules Findlay, Graeme Cornwell, Symen Hunter,
Craig Agnew, Klaasz Breukel, Danny Knox, Nicol Sanders-O’Shea, Liz Boot,
Miriam Hansen, Chika Matsuda, Fi Johnstone and Nick Haig.