3-26 March 2017
Some photography is truly memorable and this show was one such event. These photos celebrate nature in photographs in all its mystery, movement and miniature detail combined with a flair for the visually exciting. there are patterns, excitement and a sense of adventure. One set uses plants to represent major corporations.
I have included a few of the snaps below for your pleasure.
18-2-2017 – 23-04-2017
The gallery sheet below explains the background of this exhibition and the artist. What you see in the gallery is a spectacular set of images that engage from the outset..There is an integration of human, fish and other forms in flowing interconnections represented through rich vibrant and liquid colours.
There are erotic elements, there are ugly social commentary parts and there is humour. I reveled in this gallery full of thirty four remarkable creations. He has a remarkable gift and the pictures below gives you a sense of the style and content.
Pics and website
13 Jan – 26 March 2017
In the time before his execution, mentored by among others the Australian painter Ben Quilty Myurun Sukumaran deeloped a remarkable gift of painting. In collaboration with his family and exhibition of his remarkable works is on display at the Campbelltown Arts Centre right now. The works are remarkable. They engage with his experiences and his take on the world around him. The paintings include some of family and friends and also politicians. Some of the more confronting images include a bullet and a painting on a large white wall of the weapon that was ultimately used to kill him.
He clearly had a talent but more than that this exhibition confronts the viewer with the death penalty, the war on drugs, politics, culture and hope of all things.
The works are accompanied by responses to Sukumaran’s work from six other artists and several of those are remarkable also. I truly wanted to see this and it was everything I hoped it was,
Some selected images below. The gallery has a full catalogue available with the exhibition
2 Mar – 1 April 2017
Anne Maree O’Neale has surprisingly created an almost warm fuzzy feeling in her works that are made of assemblages of old metal bike parts and other found materials occasionally combined with fur.
The creature like creations are all unique and range from the distorted to the almost lovable. Some are petite and almost frail looking and others are tough and substantial. All have this engaging thing about them that has your attention constantly moving from the materials and the composite parts to the remarkable final product.