Friday, October 28, 2022

Head On Photo Festival: AddOn 2022

I am delighted to participate again in the annual  Head On Festival group show 'AddOn'.

This non competitive, anonymous, photographic exhibition is one of the core events of the Head On Photo Festival in Sydney, Australia. It is curated by Charles McKean and Festival Director Moshe Rosenzveig.

'AddOn' 2022 will be displayed in the Yalagang Room in the brand-new Bondi Pavilion.

For more details please visit

Sunday, October 23, 2022

AFTERSHOCK: Legacy of the Pandemic

AFTERSHOCK Legacy of the Pandemic rounds off the series of Pandemic virtual exhibitions at Magnet's Virtual 3D Gallery. 

I was delighted to take part in the earlier two exhibitions 5KM RADIUS in 2020 and STILL LIVING in 2021.

Now I am showing my 2022 work 'Stillness' in AFTERSHOCK.

Stillness I
Barbara Oehring 2022

Stillness II
Barbara Oehring 2022

Stillness III
Barbara Oehring 2022

To experience this work in a virtual 3D gallery setting I invite you to go to

I am very pleased that the two earlier exhibitions in the documentary 'trilogy' of the Pandemic 5KM RADIUS and STILL LIVING can still be seen here

Saturday, October 1, 2022

Miracle: A piece of Ferntree Gully in the Docklands

I am grateful Ferntree Gully News attended the opening of MIRACLE, an exhibition of photographs by Pam Davison, Sue Jackson, Margot Sharman and myself. Thank you to Meg Hellyer for reporting on the show.

'Since the first year of Gully News Barbara Oehring’s photographs have captured moments that make our community special. Recently her photos brought a little piece of Ferntree Gully to the Docklands. An exhibition held at Magnet Galleries at District Docklands featured the work of Melbourne photographers Pam Davison, Sue Jackson, Margot Sharman and Barbara Oehring. Entitled ‘Miracles’ the photographs paid homage to the simple miracles surrounding us every day in homes, and neighbourhoods. Each image showed that even in the toughest of times there is always beauty around and something to be grateful for.
Shown here is Barbara’s photograph ‘Monitor’, one of her four photos exhibited. The ever alert goanna watches, from a tree top in Walbundry Avenue.
Congratulations to all on a wonderful exhibition, and congratulations Barbara!'

© Barbara Oehring 2022