Skating on thin ice – Keith Bailey @ M16 Artspace

6-23 July 2017

This exhibition in July resulted from a trip Keith Bailey took to Antarctica. The display combines black and white photographic prints with grand icy blue paintings. The blue is a richer hue than what I have seen in other works out of the area but the impression on the long wall of the space truly evokes the unoccupied spacial grandeur of the massive ice sheets. Pics and gallery material give insight to Bailey’s great sense of the area.

Figurative Visions @ M16 Artspace

6-23 July 2017

Three artists cooperated to produce an exhibition of sensitive out of focus treatments of various subject matters at M16 in july. All three artists showed a similar gentle take on their art. Pictures below show the range of their approaches. The three artists were Roger Beale, Rick Cochrane and Chan Dissanayake.

Amandeep Kuar -Liminal Spaces @ M16 Artspace

6-23 July 2017

Through the means of photo montages Amandeep Kuar creates remarkable thought provoking considerations of how spaces interact. Each of these works integrates pieces of scenes that are not usually seen together but the results are special.

Below are some samples and the gallery sheet.

The Structure of Things – Al Munro @ M16 Artspace

17 August – 3 September 2017

Al Munro creates art that evokes the pop art of my youth.These largely two coloured geometric patterns are varied with the addition of translucent non geometric objects in other colours. The patterns are busy and attractive.

Pictures below sample the work.

Lines of Sight: Fiding the Sublime in Canberra @ M16 Artspace

17 Aug – 3 Sept 2017

Seven artists have collaborated on this exhibition. The artists are all experienced and respected with varied practice specialisations and approaches to their art. All of the artists haveĀ  woven Canberra into their art.The pictures below give a sense of the range within the exhibition