12.00pm - 8.00pm
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Two dozen beautiful roses in brilliant Brunswick Spring colour, are exhibited in this October 2012 collection of photographs.
Look closely and you can see suburban houses with well kept gardens and lawns, by staring beyond the rose.
This arrangement of flowers highlights luscious velvet petals, and the seasonal resilience of nature to birth beauty.
Colour photos taken of other people's gardens show themes surrounding security, surveillance and online stalking.
By offering roses, photographer ALICIA BEE sends promise to trust in the kindness of neighbors around her inner North home.
Hallmark suggests the relationship between public and private space in the information age; where friendly Facebook profiles are like the front garden, often full of gorgeous photographs of flowers in bloom.
Artist Alicia Bee