2020 Exhibitions July to December

 

September 5th  to 13th

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27th October to 8th November

Rick Everingham – Celebrating 50 years of  “Wet  Paint”

                       Exhibition hours – 10am to 5pm daily (other times by appointment)

This exhibition marks exactly 50 years since becoming a full time artist.  My first one-man show was held at the Don Mc Innes Gallery in Brisbane in September 1970.

I have always gained great enjoyment from the challenge of painting many facets of water, so for this exhibition I have concentrated solely on paintings that have the subject of  “water” in some form.

I am still drawing my inspiration from Italy, as well as Australia, and this exhibition references many places and themes that have interested me through my career.

We have great pleasure in inviting you and your friends to help me celebrate this 50th anniversary exhibition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tim Job –  “Traffic Island”.     Two nights Only

Thursday December 3rd and  Friday 4th December

Tim paints using only his fingers…brushes, he feels, just get in the way of the emotional immediacy and intimacy that one achieves with direct touch.

“Tim Job is a painter, a sculptor and printmaker who’s work continues an exploration into the complex relationship between meaning and interruption of identity within our contemporary Australian landscape”

Thursday Early Bird Preview  5 –  7pm

Friday Offical Opening    6pm  – 9pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

December  Sunday 13th  to Sunday 20th.

Sarah Hickey – “Home, Hearth and Harbingers”

Sarah Hickey’s latest work, “Home , hearth & harbingers” is an invitation to share in her personal keepsakes, everyday arrangements and simple pleasures found at home.

The art of contentment – of looking around and seeing the beauty of exactly where we are, has driven the work.  These home made curations are emblematic of a joyful life.  They are harbingers of dreams to come. They form the hearth, the sacred gathering place, where the goods and chattels that we collect make a house our home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opening Hours: 10 to 4 Daily

Opening Reception: Sunday 13th December 4-6pm

Please join Sarah for a glass of bubbles to celebrate her new body of work.

Eventbrite  Link for this free event:

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For more Information about the artist & exhibition visit:

Email: sarah@sarahhickey.com.au

Web: www.http//sarahhickey.com.au