Welcome to the Opening! The Art House, Wyong: Saturday October 12 Time: 2-4pm Having exhibited together since 2007, we really enjoy how different interpretations of the same theme come together at each show, through painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media and digital painting. We hope you come along and enjoy the show! Five Colours Blue, investigates blue, … Continue reading “Five Colours Blue – Exhibition Opening”
Here is a little summary with photos from our recent exhibition ‘As in a Mirror’, shown at The Art House in March 2018. From hanging to opening and a radio interview on Coast Arts.
Our upcoming exhibition: As in a Mirror – will be on show at The Art House in Wyong from March 3 – 29. We would love to see you at the opening and hope you enjoy the show!
Water Lines part II will be on show at the CStudios Gallery in Newcastle from April 1 – April 24: The opening is on Saturday 2nd April from 3-5pm – and you are most welcome to attend! Gallery Information Open: Thursdays – Sundays from 11am – 5pm Address: Cnr Bellevue & Hunter Street (near Wickham station) … Continue reading “Exhibition Opening Newcastle”
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.