Alice Oehr
Draws for business and pleasure

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Alice Oehr is a graphic artist from Melbourne. Her distinct colourful style incorporates her love of food, pattern, collage and drawing. Many of her ideas have made their way onto textiles, homewares, magazines, books, and even once as a series of 6ft tall Ancient Egyptian statues for a marquee at the Spring Racing Carnival. Alice’s work has been sought-after commercially by clients local and international. Alice is very interested in the changing medium of illustration in our digital age. She runs workshops for all ages with both HB pencils and Apple pencils.
What does water mean to you?
As the fortunate inhabitants of a first world country, water is something we don’t even think about– except perhaps when trying to get down our 8 glasses/day. Water in Australia is like air; always available and always clean & fresh. 
I’ve lived in a house before there was any water, and it was not glamorous. We had a well. We had washing up in buckets. We had a camp shower. And we had a spade… But this was soon forgotten when the plumber finally arrived. Hot showers and cool drinks once again became the norm and my few weeks of “slumming it” were soon forgotten. 
Whether fizzy, imported from Italy, charged with vitamins or straight from the tap, it’s important to remember how wonderful it is to have this essential element at our disposal, and to consider the unimaginable: a life without it. 

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Thursday 13th June, 2019
6pm – 9:30pm

Glasshaus Inside
44 Cremorne St,
Cremorne VIC 3121

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