Come and help us celebrate the launch of Max Palmer’s exhibition on Saturday May 20, 2pm. All welcome!
Max likes neurographics and learned to make them as a mindfulness exercise. They allow him to draw in a very playful way. He has started creating symmetrical drawings without using any measurement tools which reflects his interest in mathematics. For this exhibition he has enjoyed using watercolour pencils and sharpies the most and also, some poster paint and charcoal.
Most of the time, you will find Max playing music on the piano. To him, drawing is a bit like playing or creating music on paper. He spends lots of time in nature in the forest or at the beach. He loves drawing trees almost as much as he loves climbing them. Max is passionate about the environment and through this exhibition would like to bring awareness to the Gondwana Link program which works to reconnect natural habitats. Max would like to donate 50% of the profits from his exhibition to support the Gondwana Link program.
For more information about the Gondwana Link visit https://gondwanalink.org For more information about this exhibition contact Max at 0430 487 597
He hopes visitors to the library enjoy his art as much as he enjoys making it. The exhibition stays on display until June 30th.