Having studied at the ANU's School of Art and National Art School in Sydney, Beecher now presents an exhibition that highlights her exploration of the relationship between landscape and place within Australian photography.
This is a notion she continues to pursue in her current work, where she looks at the depiction of Australian landscape thought history, and the possible links that perpetuate myths and ideals associated with Australian Identity.
Beecher grew up in Leeton and has now returned to the location as a way to express the abundance of localities that are rarely depicted with Australian photography.
Using a Medium Format Camera, she presents a selection of both large and small prints, describing the area in a different light.
Local residents and arts enthusiasts are invited to come along, enjoy a glass of wine, and attend the opening of ‘The Eminence of Insignificance’, Sunday 5th May from 4 - 8pm.
Following the opening Emma Beecher’s works will be on display in the Roxy Art Space from 9am – 6pm Monday to Friday, 9am - 1pm Saturday and Sunday, until the 15th of May.