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Julie Chambers director of The Art Vault in Mildura rang recently to invite me to spend some time in the river area of the Darling.  I spent some time chatting with Julie and Pam organising the trip with them. Pam is a local interested in my work and how I would interpret and respond to the river gums on her property on the Darling River.  Must say I’m curious too in how to capture the unique feel, colour and environment of that area. And then to compare this area to the area I live in the Blue Mountains.

I am looking forward to the journey there, meeting up with good friends at The Art Vault, meeting Pam and spending time out bush. We intend

to devote time being in the environment and I’ll be doing plenty of sketching and plein air work. And I anticipate some of these works will be in the exhibition ‘Out of the Blue’ at The Art Vault in June/July.

Check The Art Vault for more information on what they do and my coming exhibition.

Exciting news

Ruth is having an exhibition at The Art Vault, Mildura. The exhibition will open 21st June and the last day will be 10th July.

The Art Vault is a privately owned art gallery in Mildura that has developed into a vital art hub in Mildura and thew Mallee area. The Art Vault offers art residencies and exhibitions. Ruth has been associated with The Art Vault since 2010 and has had a number of  exhibitions and art residencies with them. This is a wonderful opportunity for Ruth to return to the area and be inspired. She is already looking forward to it!

Review of Ruth’s 2015 exhibition by Peter Haynes in The Canberra Times

Peter Haynes the Art Critic of The Canberra Times visited the exhibition Water : Land : Sky by Debra Jurss and Ruth le Cheminant at Form Gallery, Queanbeyan and wrote a review of the exhibition which was published July 23, 2015 in both The Canberra Times and The Sydney Morning Herald. Read the full art review by Peter Haynes here .

Wentworth Falls artist Ruth le Cheminant and her collaboration with with Adam Cullen entitled 'View of Mt Hay after the fires from ourr studios at 7 in the evening', 2007

Wentworth Falls artist Ruth le Cheminant and her collaboration with with Adam Cullen entitled ‘View of Mt Hay after the fires from our studios at 7 in the evening’, 2007

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Ruth le Cheminant donating a painting to Lynn Houlahan to raise money for the Leukeamia Foundation. Article in Blue Mountains Gazette March 2015

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