Cuts & Clay Curated by Catherine Skipper opening 5pm Saturday March 11 until April 30, 2017
The paintings are about the artist’s “continuing love of the central west and Hill End surrounds”
This month artist Guy James Whitworth unveils his latest solo exhibition, Cries for Attention, at the M2 Gallery. It is shown as a part of both the Mardi Gras Arts Festival and Sydney Art Month.
Nganampa Kililpil: Our Stars is the first major survey exhibition from the artists of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunyjatjara (APY) Lands of central Australia – and it’s well worth the hike….
“Artisans is a lovely mix [of emerging and established artists] and quite eclectic. That’s what’s fascinating about it. Finding these amazing people. It’s just terrific.” One find was…
Selected from more than 240 submissions – Michael took home a new camera and accessories worth $500. The 20 Little Sydney Lives finalist images are on exhibition in…
Sally Simpson’s work reflects her fascination with the way values and meaning interact with the material world.
Carolyne May has been drawing using pen and ink and painting watercolours since she was a girl.
Louise Virgona has been a resident of Waterloo for three years. Several of her portraits are of well-known Waterloo residents. Louise’s solo show at the Orchard Gallery (South Sydney Uniting Church) features various prints (drypoint, lithography, lino-cut and silk-screen) and photographic works spanning the last 15 years.
WATERLOO: A new exhibition at the Orchard Gallery showcases sculptural work by participants in Saturday art classes at the South Sydney Uniting Church. Mud, Paper, Glue has been lovingly curated by Catherine Skipper and Jovana Terzic.