Moment in the Sun, contemporary art by Di Allison,Tasmanian artist, Hallison Studios. Landscape of pinned & torn up paper tourism brochures, scattered like confetti; pixels of digital screen. Delicate and easily flicked away




Moment in the Sun


2018

collected & torn paper tourism brochures, pins

795 h x 1030 w x 40 d mm

Body of Water, contemporary art, Tasmanian artist Diane Allison, Hallison Studios.Tasmanian rivers & waterways in cut paper of blue and red, white background. Suggestive of body's circulatory system. Finalist Glover Art Prize




Body of Water


2018

cut paper, steel pins

1040 h x 840 w x 40 d mm

Where the Land Meets the Sea, contemporary Tasmanian artist Di Allison, Hallison Studios. Illuminated artwork, blue carbon paper & typed paper of Tasmanian geological formations & coast. Finalist, Hadley's Art Prize 2017.




Where the Land Meets the Sea


2017

typed carbon & graph paper, carbon paper ink, lighting

750 h x 1010 w x 40 d mm

Taken Out of Context, contemporary Tasmanian artist Di Allison, artwork. Segments of coastline cut out in black paper, pinned on a white background, giving the appearance of ancient texts or scripts. Tidal.16, finalist.




Taken Out of Context


2016

paper, steel pins

1010 h x 310 w x 30 d mm

Shelter after John Glover’s The Last Muster of the Aborigines at Risdon, 1836, contemporary artist Diane Allison, Hallison Studios. Landscape painting on a grid of toy "Monopoly" style houses. Glover Art Prize 2015 finalist.




Shelter [after John Glover's The Last Muster of the Aborigines at Risdon, detail, 1836]


2015


acrylics, toy houses on paper

680 h x 1380 w x 40 d mm


Drift Net, contemporary Tasmanian artist Diane Allison, human sized fishing net of empty red & white pill capsules threaded together, framed in a large, black rectangular case. Finalist, Tidal.14, Devonport Regional Gallery.




Drift Net


2014

empty pill capsules, red thread, steel, MDF, powder coated aluminium, acrylic

2000 h x 700 w x 200 d mm


Opium Drift, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in pinks and greens to form a field of poppy flowers with rows of blue pill capsules as the skyline




Opium Drift


2014

empty pill capsules on acrylic

800 h x 1150 w x 53 d mm


Spread, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in reds and pinks scattered and radiating across the canvas




Spread


2013

empty pill capsules on paper

1030 h x 1030 w x 30 d mm


A detail of Spread, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in reds and pinks scattered and radiating across the canvas




Spread
[detail]


2013


empty pill capsules on paper

1030 h x 1030 w x 30 d mm 

Target #1, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in red, white and blue to form a large circular target




Target #1


2013

empty pill capsules on paper

1030 h x 1030 w x 30 d mm 

Target #2, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in yellow, red, blue, black and white to form a large circular target




Target #2


2013

empty pill capsules on paper

1030 h x 1030 w x 30 d mm 

Target #3, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in white and black to form a large circular target




Target #3


2013

empty pill capsules on paper

1030 h x 1030 w x 30 d mm 

Wreath, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in red to form a large circular floral wreath




Wreath


2013

empty pill capsules and monofilament on paper

1030 h x 1030 w x 30 d mm 

Hit, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in white and red to form a large circular target with black pills scattered in the target area like embedded bullets




Hit


2013

empty pill capsules on paper

530 h x 530 w x 40 d mm 

Shot #1, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using black empty pill capsules on paper in the shape of a small hand gun




Shot #1


2013

empty pill capsules on paper

280 h x 385 w x 40 d mm

Bloom, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in black and pink to form an upside down tree branch in blossom




Bloom


2013

empty pill capsules on canvas

1190 h x 425 w x 80 d mm 

Poppies #1, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison using empty pill capsules in pinks and red to form a repeated grid pattern of small flowers with one area where the pattern is disrupted by a spread of pink pills cases




Poppies #1


2013

empty pill capsules on canvas

405 h x 405 w x 60 d mm

Forget Me Nots, an artwork by Tasmanian artist Di Allison using empty pill capsules in green, blue & yellow forming a repeated grid pattern of small flowers. One area sees the pattern disrupted by a cluster of removed pills.




Forget Me Nots


2013

empty pill capsules on canvas

405 h x 405 w x 60 d mm 

Sequence, a wall hung artwork by Tasmanian artist Di Allison featuring columns of horizontal empty pill capsules in blues, greens, yellows, pinks, reds & black suggestive of the human DNA genome




Sequence


2013

empty pill capsules on canvas

305 h x 615 w x 70 d mm

Field & Persistent Pain, at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery by Tasmanian artist Di Allison featuring a row of glowing pill capsules & raised carpeted area, gravesite like, decorated with red empty pills like a poppy field




Field
and Persistent Pain


Installation at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery


2010



Field at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery, an art installation by Tasmanian artist Di Allison featuring a raised carpeted area suggestive of a gravesite mound decorated with red empty pill capsules like poppies in a field




Field
[detail]


Installation at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery


2010


pill capsules, monofilament, foam, carpet


2000 h x 1000 w x 250 d mm


Field at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery, an art installation by Tasmanian artist Di Allison featuring a raised carpeted area suggestive of a gravesite mound decorated with red empty pill capsules like poppies in a field




Field
[detail]


Installation at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery


2010


pill capsules, monofilament, foam, carpet


2000 h x 1000 w x 250 d mm


Persistent Pain, art installation at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery by Tasmanian artist Diane Allison featuring a row of glowing pill capsules with medicinal texts




Persistent Pain
[detail]


Installation at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery


2010


pill capsules, LEDs, stainless steel fishing trace,
plywood


1200 h x 4400 w x 80 d mm

Hour after Hour, Day after Day [detail]. Installation at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery, 8500 mm long necklace, Di Allison of 365 red pill capsules, knitted monofilament, fishing hooks, freshwater pearls, sterling silver




Hour after Hour, Day after Day
[detail]


Installation at Online (fishing), Plimsoll Gallery


necklace


2010


pill capsules, knitted monofilament, fishing hooks,
freshwater pearls, sterling silver


8500 h x 40 w x 40 d mm 

Safety Net by Tasmanian artist Di Allison. A suspended artwork in the form of a large fishing net made using threaded empty red and white pill capsules, red thread




Safety Net


2011

empty pill capsules, red thread, steel

2000 h x 475 w x 475 d mm 

Erosion, art installation, Tasmanian artist Di Allison. Black reflection pool containing flower-like empty red pill capsules on stems receives drips of water from an IV bag hanging above, slowly eroding the pill flowers below




Erosion


2011

empty pill capsules, monofilament, 

black acrylic, IV bag, water

1200 l x 1200 w x 75 d mm 

Erosion, art installation, Tasmanian artist Di Allison. Black reflection pool containing flower-like empty red pill capsules on stems receives drips of water from an IV bag hanging above, slowly eroding the pill flowers below



Erosion
[detail]


2011

empty pill capsules, monofilament,

black acrylic, IV bag, water


1200 l x 1200 w x 75 d mm

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