A Rich Life: Valerie Marshall Strong Olsen: A rare sensibility
Article by Kirsty Francis.
‘A rare sensibility’ is the first solo exhibition of Valerie Marshall Strong Olsen’s work. Curated by Tim and Louise Olsen, in loving memory of their mother a decade after her passing, this exhibition aims to give Valerie the recognition she deserves as one of Australia’s unsung, yet remarkable female artists.
The exhibition is on at the Rayner Hoff Project Space in the historical grounds of Sydney’s National Art School in Darlinghurst, until 27 November.
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Image: Valerie Strong, Afternoon Yarramalong, 1963, oil on board, 90.2 x 120.5cm