SHOP NOW: free delivery anywhere in Australia for two or more books

Eveline Kotai: Invisible Threads

Written by Nyanda Smith, Helen Thurloe, and Julie Ewington

Paperback
Price
$59.99

Art Collective WA publishes monographs about WA artists to firmly place the artists and their work in the Australian art context. Eveline Kotai: Invisible Threads is the first publication to focus on the art and 40-year career of Eveline Kotai. Eveline’s professional art practice traverses the media of painting, drawing, print and stitched collage. It conveys technical aptitude and a deep sense of subject leading to the production of continually unexpected colour, pattern and textural combinations.

Properties
ISBN 9780994284228 (Paperback)
Formats Large Format Photographic (275 x 220mm) (Paperback)
Categories Art & Photography
Publisher Art Collective WA
Edition 1st
Publication Year 2019
Pages 176
  • Julie ewington web

    Julie Ewington

    Julie Ewington is a writer, curator and broadcaster based in Sydney. An authority on contemporary Australian art, especially art by women, and contemporary art from South-East Asia, she has held both academic and curatorial positions in that field. Read more

  • Nyanda smith web

    Nyanda Smith

    Nyanda Smith is a freelance writer and editor who has written about the visual arts for The West Australian, Artlink, Photofile, Realtime and ABC Radio Perth. She holds a Master of Communication from Deakin University, and a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Cultural Studies from La Trobe University. Read more

  • Helen thurloe web

    Helen Thurloe

    Helen Thurloe is a Sydney-based writer and poet whose essays and poetry have been widely published, several of which explore the influence of her Hungarian heritage. Promising Azra (Allen & Unwin, 2016) was Helen’s first novel, and she is currently working on her second. Read more

  • Press quality cover image

    Cover.jpg (5.42 MB)