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I’m a photographer based in North-East Victoria, having recently made the tree-change from Melbourne. I’ve never been good with words, however I find the medium of photography assists me in getting my personal story across. I hope you enjoy my art.
Ushi Grant is a photographer based in the beautiful Rutherglen region of North-East Victoria, having made the tree-change from city life in Melbourne. Ushi’s work has been exhibited in group shows, both national and internationally.
She says “Drawn to photographing life in the streets whether at home or during my travels, I am endlessly fascinated by the stories contained in all of us. I love the way that we can find connections with others through these stories and through shared human experiences. I find inspiration all around me….quirky moments, the fleeting dance of light and shadow. Since relocating to the country, I’ve been exploring the local landscapes – with a focus on blending the aesthetics of abstraction and minimalism, I aim to make images that project an emotional intent and which blur the lines between reality and imagination.
The creative process has been a part of my identity for my entire life. Every single day for me brings something new and unexpected… I feel blessed to have something, which ultimately challenges me as a photographic artist and also brings great joy to my life.”
Exhibitions & Awards
2020 – Finalist in Art Lovers Australia 2020 Art Prize.
2020 – Unexposed Collective Group Exhibition as part of Head On Photo Festival – Online
2019 – Documenting Humanity Group Exhibition – Tehran & Isfahan, Iran
2019 – Documenting Humanity Group Exhibition – ArtSpace, New York
2019 – Unexposed Collective as part of Head On Photo Festival – Project Gallery 90, Paddington, Sydney
2019 – First Prize, Photography – Rutherglen Taste of Art Prize
2019 – Australian Photography Awards – Honourable Mention – Mobile
2010 – Great Eastern Ranges Initiative touring exhibition- group exhibit