About Mason Chamberlin
Artist, Composer and Singer
Has recently had a group show at Backspace: Extempore.
Mason is an all rounder artist. At the moment he is working on a comparative suite of Australian bush landscape and how its mechanics work together with the geometrics of cities like Melbourne and Ballarat.
He is conducting “Walk and Draw Tours” from Budja Budja Community Center at Halls Gap. Just off the main road, enter to the right where the Budja Budja Medical Center is.
Meet at: 1.00pm. How Long? 2 hours When? Tuesdays.
How Much? $10.00
Bring along a visual diary, suitable greyleds, an eraser and a pencil sharpener. Don’t forget your thermal mug, and walm clothes as it is in July
Mason was featured on 774 ABC Melbourne on the 10th – 10th – 2017: “by Simon Leo Brown, on “Afternoons with Clare Bowditch”, Excerpts of his “Symphony No. 1 in C Major (Psyche): From Psychosis to Symphony. Also the second movement of his “Symphony No. 2 (Asters in the Wind)”.
As an artist, Mason is primarily a drawer, having majored in the subject at the Victorian College of the Arts. He has the “Stella Dilger Encouragement Award”, for his drawings. Since his graduation in 2004, Mason has exhibited in the “International Polish Drawing Biennale”, awarded an Honorable Mention. His first solo show was at Karringallery in Geelong “Extraction to Extrapolation” in February 2010 It was his journey in art up to the discovery of extrapolative installation and extractive drawings around his note-taking from the passing of imagery while on train, car and bus journeys. Mason had an installation in the “Geelong Regional Artists Exhibition”, Mid 2010, placed among two landscape extractions. Also being a major exhibitor in The National Wool Museum “2010 Journey Festival, Scarf Show”, showing drawings made from his Winchelsea to Geelong journeys now using coloured stationary pens felt tips and laundry markers. Mason also exhibits in small town regional art shows, and celebrates a history of friendships and the delight people get from his work, and the work of other artists too.
Mason exhibited in a group show “Interface” at Backspace Gallery, Ballarat, in September to October 2016.
If you would like to see Mason play guitar and sing, and more about Mason’s art and composition visit him on the “lakebank on facebook: link: http://www.facebook.com/lake.bank.art.n.music
Mason has images on Google. Search Mason Chamberlin in Google Web Albums.