Thursday, July 14, 2022
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
National Photographic Portrait Prize 2022 Finalist
Family Portrait 2021, Fiona Bowring
Thursday, June 16, 2022
CONFLUENCE: 2021 Artist-in-Residence Exhibition
ABOVE IMAGE: READY CUT 2021-61
COVER IMAGE: VALERIE KIRK + HARRIET SCHWARTZROCK, GEOSCIENCE-2021. 5 FOOT PHOTOGRAPHY
Wednesday, June 15, 2022
|Rozalie Sherwood , The Tale of the Whale 1. Photographer Andrew Sikorski of Art Atelier Photography.|
This exhibition celebrates small and simple pleasures, lighter moments, humour and the power of imagination. The artists’ inspiration comes from memory, landscape, news stories and the process of creating and painting. In doing so, they bring a respite from excess and emphasise a more considered relationship with nature and life.
Rozalie Sherwood is a member of the NetworksAustralia group.
2-19 June 2022
Thursday, May 12, 2022
Members of the Networks Australia Group exhibited at Rusten House, Queanbeyan New South Wales.
|Monique van Nieuwland|
|Deborah Faeyrglenn |
|Dotti Le Sage |
Monday, May 2, 2022
Vivien Lightfoot and Jenny Manning
West Gallery, Belconnen Arts Centre
Opening 6pm Friday 20 May 2022
20 May – 3 July 2022
Saturday, April 30, 2022
|Sharon Peoples, Gardening Trowels, 2021. Mixed media, machine embroidery, photographer Brenton McGeachie.|
|Sharon Peoples, Garden Shovel: White Hakea, 2021. Mixed media, machine embroidery, 94 x 22 x 4 cm, photographer Brenton McGeachie.|
M16: Gallery 1 a
Nellie Peoples and Sharon Peoples
Friday 6 May - Sunday 22 May 2022
Propagate examines the everydayness, the labour and social relationships of gardens, through small works relating to the body and drawings. Sharon and Nellie Peoples each begin with dialogues between local landscapes and the practices as a maker. There are many complex processes that can be employed to increase the number of plants, as there are in these artists’ individual making practices. Propagate reflects the building of conversations within individual work, as well as each another. The artists exchange ideas as they would cuttings, seeds and root divisions from their gardens, as well as planting ideas into each another’s design thinking.