Salad Days

National Art School Artists in Residence

Salad Days is an exciting and diverse exhibition that is the manifestation of a years’ work for these four artists. The title Salad Days plays with the idiomatic expression used to refer to the days when we are young and relatively inexperienced and idealistic, but can also mean a time when we are the peak of our abilities.

Art Exhibition previously on in Darlinghurst precinct, New South Wales, Australia.
From Wednesday 20 February 2008 to Saturday 29 March 2008

The bucket was on the move, 2008 image

Published by anonymous on Monday 25 February 2008.
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The exhibition features work by the artists Justin Balmain, Deidre Brollo, Catherine Fox and David Wills. In 2007 The National Art School selected four talented young artists to undertake residencies within the fields of drawing, photography, painting and printmaking. After a year of working in their studios on campus, teaching and sustained interaction with students and faculty, The National Art School is presenting an invigorating exhibition defined by fresh new ideas inspired by the art school environment.


National Art School
Forbes St
Darlinghurst NSW 2010