'Frenzy' 3rd to 26th of August, 2012 Mark Lobert Gallery, 111a Lipson St, Port Adelaide, SA
Urgent. Compelling. Lost. Found: ‘Frenzy’ ignites its namesake in a mixed genre collection by the award-winning artist Mark Lobert. Inspired by nature and the micro fenzy that is within the core of its colour, Naomi Clarke has a collection of work unique to your eye and is a valued contributing guest. Photography will also be on display by Amanda Phillips, in addition to a video loop by Alexander Waite Mitchell and paintings by Stephanie Wotzki.
Presenting 'Love and Lollies' 23 Feb - 18 Mar 2012 Mark Lobert Gallery 111a Lipson St Port Adelaide
This is your chance to colour your life with the sweet delight of art and photography that will capture your imagination and entice your fantasy. A foot bridge opportunity to enjoy abstract and stills through a lens that is unique is a must see for any sweet art lover. This is a sibling duo, both known in their fields, that have come together to provide their audience an opportunity not to be missed. Treat yourself to this fabulous ingredient of colour and emerse yourself in the world of 'Love and Lollies'!
Everyday Faces : Everyday Places 21 Feb-13 March, 2011 South Australian Greenacre Library Back by popular demand, this exhibition brought colour and character to the library walls for everyone's enjoyment!
Everyday Faces : Everyday Places
19 Feb-14 March, 2010
"Clarke shows us how to see something new in the everyday this Adelaide Fringe. Talented local photographer Naomi Clarke will showcase her new work beginning with a VIP Exhibition Opening on Friday 19th February at Adelaide Central Train Station..." more...
Body And Soul
4-28 November, 2009
"Body and Soul is a photographic exhibition that explores the gift of human life and defines the building blocks that contribute to our humanity and individuality. Naomi Clarke, Paul Clarke, Dianne Davies, Paul Tait and Mandi Whitten each have a unique approach... " more...
Visions of Light
3-23 August, 2009
"From small beginnings, come great things. We ask whether Colonel Light’s innovative vision for the city of Adelaide still resonates today – judge for yourself! Light is a vital element of life, growth and vision. A sense of place is just as important in the creation of..." more...