Through Kaurna Miina

Paul Herzich


Kaurna Caves detail
Image: Paul Herzich, Kaurna Caves (detail), 2017, acrylic on canvas, 120 x 120cm


The local landscape as seen through a Kaurna / Ngarrindjeri artist’s eyes

Exhibition Launch: 2pm, Sunday 25 June 2017

Opening speaker: Aunty Lynette Crocker
Senior Kaurna Elder

Artist floor talk: 10:30am – 12noon, Wednesday 5 July
RSVP ESSENTIAL by 5pm, 3 July

Exhibition Description:

Through Kaurna Mena (Through Kaurna Eyes) by contemporary Kaurna/Ngarrindjeri landscape architect and visual artist Paul Herzich is an exciting and new body of visual art that respectfully acknowledges and celebrates various aspects of the local landscape as seen through a Kaurna persons eyes.

One of Paul’s major works of art that he is well known for is the award winning Kardi Munaintya (Emu Dreaming) Tram Super Graphic. Nevertheless, Paul is truly pleased to showcase to you his artistic skills within his local community by exhibiting a collection of new works at Gallery 1855 that reflect his connections to Kaurna culture and his knowledge of the Kaurna landscape.

Works of his exhibition are expressed through a combination of materials like laser cut and bead blasted sheet metals suitable for gardens and entertainment areas. As well as hand-painted acrylic on canvas works which are suitable for indoor environments and are well worth a look.


Across Kaurna Plains
Image:  Paul Herzich, Across Kaurna Plains, 2016, Acrylic on canvas,  1500 x 1050mm
Photo Credit: Ben Searcy

Exhibition concludes: 29 July 2017


Gallery 1855, 2 Haines Road, Tea Tree Gully