Featuring stories that touch on love, loss, leadership and change Todd Fuller’s exhibition Storylines: Drawings From Near and Far is on show at the Grafton Regional Gallery. Storylines exhibits a range of Todd Fuller’s recent works including hand-drawn films, installations, as well as drawings and two-dimensional artworks. Todd’s practice brings a whole range of stories to light, from a dog who dreams of space to a Pope who is contemplating abandoning his throne. From Sydney, Todd Fuller has exhibited widely across Australia as well as overseas – most notably in New York and Seoul. He has also undertaken artist residencies in Paris, and in 2013 was appointed Art Fellow at Sydney Grammar School. Grafton Regional Gallery director, Jude McBean, said she was excited for Todd Fuller’s exhibition to be at the gallery. “Todd’s work is very unique and it will be a real privilege to have work from this young artist on show here in Grafton,” she said. “With 2016 being the year of the JADA, Storylines also ties in with our focus on drawing this year. Todd’s practice is a great example of how drawing has expanded into animation and exciting new territory.” Todd Fuller will also be an artist in residence at the Grafton Regional Gallery from September 30 – October 28 completing projects from the studio at the gallery as well as delivering school holiday workshops. Todd Fuller is represented by Brenda May Gallery, Sydney. Storylines: Drawings From Near and Far will be available for viewing until October 22.