A look back at our recent exhibition Water Lines – held at The Studio Gallery in December 2015. From hanging to opening, to what happens next – this exhibition was a most positive note to end the year on.
Water Lines celebrates the many different aspects of water, filtered through a variety of influences and interpretations. The artworks, comprising a range of media (painting, printmaking, drawing and textiles), are intended to provoke thought but, most of all, to inspire.
Opening Saturday 15 Nov, this exhibition by artists Helen Mortimer, Amanda Donohue, Annette Abolins and Diane Eklund-Āboliņš, seeks to give a visual voice to change and displacement. The artworks reflect both the metaphorical and the literal significance of ebb and flow.
Enter the foyer of Lock-Up Cultural Centre, and you are met with history (literally) carved into the walls, complimented with photographs and stories about the people who once filled the cells. To the right of the foyer is the John Paynter Gallery – where our exhibition Being Human has just opened.
Music from a Farther Room investigates many different perspectives of ageing and the relationship between youth and age. This group exhibition evolved over a two-year period in conjunction with Gosford Regional Gallery. Exhibition is on from 31 July through to 27 September 2009.