4 Nov - 2 Dec
Opening event 6pm Friday 4th Nov
Aaron Bailey, Luci Callipari-Marcuzzo, Piero Clemente Garreffa, Kate Cotching, Neil Fettling, Ross Lake & Jeremy Matthews. Curated by Rohan Morris.
𝘚𝘶𝘯-𝘙𝘢𝘺𝘴𝘦𝘥 will showcases seven artists responding and connected to the area known as Sunraysia – exploring and modifying irrigation, drylands, sunshine, media, and horticulture since 1919.
Image: De Garis on one of his promotion tours for "Sun-Raysed", Unknown author - Scanned from 'Victories of Failure' by Jack De Garis (1925).
4th - 23rd December
Opening event 1pm Sunday 4th December
Image: Lights burning on some horizon, 2022. Oil on Canvas.
2 - 29 October
A series of tributes and family memory entwined.
Image: Walk in my shoes, 2022. Wicker cane and paracord. Daniel Hills
2 - 30 September 2022
Robinvale Art Group
Rhonda Avery, Jackie Cousins, Tara Parish & Val Tucker
A selection of works from the Robinvale Art Group.
Image: Sweethearts, Acrylic, Tara Parish.
1 - 26 August 2022
I enjoy seeking new and different perspectives of the landscape when I paint, with various objects and shapes diffused in the foreground or background. Almost like seeing the view from a bird’s angle – sitting in a tree or nesting on the ground. Using various mediums like watercolour, inks, and acrylic, it helps me explore the landscapes and refine my skills and tests my ability. This also say something of my nationality and how it finds its way into my landscapes, often breaking away from the ‘traditional norm’. Finding a connection to place is important to me and socially therefore I am also involved in local art groups to continue to learn and share together as we translate what we see in front of us to create depictions of our own environments.
Image: Rio Vista House, 2021, ink on paper.
3 - 22 July 2022
a selection of recent works on paper – narratives from the heart …
Colour is all important to my artwork; colour, line and pattern. Influences are many and ever changing. They range from exotic fruit to illustrated books to the universal subconscious. Over the last few years I have worked from early childhood photos, which are black and white. My aim was to take the personal and interpret it in a more universal and symbolic form. I gain a great deal of pleasure from seeing the enjoyment that other people experience from my artwork.
Image: awaken your senses, 2021, acrylic ink & paint pen on Arches w/c paper.
9 May - 27 June 2022
Rachel Kendrigan & Rohan Morris
Fragmented Coalesce, 2015 explores ideas of identity and relationship to place, through an unfolding, process-based work. The artists responded to sites during cross-residencies, through a series of performative explorations. Six sites were selected within Hobart, Tasmania and Mildura, Victoria, in which the artists hold embodied spatial connections both jointly and individually. One artist invited the other to engage in a performative conversation, responding to elements of the landscape, the context of the site and each other within the space.
Photograph & videography by Matthew Newton (Hobart) and Rob Klarich (Mildura).
Image: Stillness (Mount Wellington), 2015. Pigment print on rag paper, mounted to composite panel, laminated with artist quality UV blocking laminate, using PH natural water based archival adhesive. 294x841mm. Editions of three.