Zilverster is an ongoing collaborative project between Sharon Goodwin and Irene Hanenbergh, two Melbourne based artists who have garnered strong individual reputations for their imaginative, elaborate and meticulously rendered expanded drawing and painting practices.
Zilverster used their residency at Williams Reserve Community Room to develop a body of work for the exhibition ‘All the better to see you with: Fairy tales transformed’ at the Ian Potter Museum, Melbourne 2017 and a solo exhibition ‘Patrino-Patrino’ at Sarah Scout Presents in March 2018.
Patrino-patrino, was an exhibition presented at the Melbourne gallery Sarah Scout Presents by Zilverster, the collaborative practice of artists Sharon Goodwin and Irene Hanenbergh. This new body of work and exhibition was created during Zilverster’s Williams Reserve Residency within the Yarra City Council’s Room to Create Program. Patrino-patrino comprises a suite of twenty-one new intricate drawings, a number with carved and engraved custom frames and glass, together with a series of glass objects and furniture.
Zilverster, installation detail from the show Patrino-patrino, Sarah Scout Presents, 2018.
Image courtesy of the artist.
Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh) are represented by Sarah Scout Presents.