"Faceless! - who nose who?! Perpetual change in the looking glass" ...portraits

"Faceless! - who nose who?! Perpetual change in the looking glass" ...portraits

from April 01, 2017 @ 9:00 AM until July 30, 2017 @ 4:00 PM
Kelly and Gemelli Art and Design

Time present, time past - an exhibition of portraits by Adriano Gemelli using various media.

Art After School

Art After School

from May 02, 2017 @ 4:30 PM until June 27, 2017 @ 6:00 PM
May 02, 2017 @ 4:30 PM
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Creative Journals at Moe Library
Kids Term Program, 9 Week Term: 4.30pm – 6pm, Tuesdays 2 May – 27 June.

The Art After School program is designed for children aged 7-12 years to encourage development and expansion of creative skills in an enjoyable atmosphere at Moe Library.  All materials are supplied.  A parent or guardian is required to walk the child in and out of Moe Library.

Participants will explore a variety of drawing media, art materials, collage and journal prompts to expand their artistic practice.  From the skills developed over the nine week period, a final artwork in response to the ideas developed in the creative journal will be completed.

Group Size: 15 participants
What's supplied: Drawing materials, paper, sketch book.
What to bring: Sketches and ideas.
Bookings & payment due by Friday 28 April. Contact LRG on 5128 5700 for payment methods.

VENUE: Moe Library, 1-29 George Street, Moe

A Place in The Crowd: Nadine Lineham

A Place in The Crowd: Nadine Lineham

from May 05, 2017 @ 10:00 AM until June 26, 2017 @ 5:00 PM
Cowwarr Art Space

In A Place in The Crowd, Nadine Lineham co-opts images from contemporary digital media that bombard our daily lives.

Merging figuration with abstraction allows Lineham to capture the psychological state of her subject(s) in an authentic way.  Her paintings show passages that lead from photo-realist definition to near abstracted formlessness.

Her figures occupy environments that range from the menacing, to empty voids.  The brush strokes, shapes, colour and line all combine to create form and structure to her compositions.  Resulting in the formation of marks and motifs that have a degree of velocity, establishing a physical engagement with the viewer and translating into an experience and structure that is felt.

Nadine Lineham lives and works in Gippsland. She has been a finalist in; The EMSLA Eutick Memorial Still Life Award, Coffs Harbour Regional Art Gallery, The John Leslie Art Prize, Gippsland Art Gallery and The Williamstown Festival Of Contemporary Art, Substation Newport.

Mallacoota Market

Mallacoota Market

from May 06, 2017 @ 9:00 AM until December 02, 2017 @ 1:00 PM
May 06, 2017 @ 9:00 AM
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Mud Brick Pavillion

The Mallacoota Arts Council run an Artisan and Produce Market on the first Saturday of the month from February through to December.  Held in and around the Mud Brick Pavillion, there will be arts, produce, plants, cafe and so much more...

Winter

Winter

from May 27, 2017 @ 10:00 AM until August 27, 2017 @ 4:00 PM
Gippsland Art Gallery - Sale

Step inside the world of Winter, where ice and snow become the harbingers of wonder and mystery.

Winter draws on a range of works from the Gallery’s permanent collection to explore the psychological and aesthetic dimensions of the darkest season.  Through these works we experience winter not just as a seasonal chill but a complex and compelling state of mind.

Winter showcases a diverse range of works spanning painting, printmaking, photography and ceramic.  While cumulatively exploring the condition of being cold, each work explores the individual facets of the season through means that are unique and engaging.

The exhibition features works by Raymond Arnold, Judy Dorber, William Breen, Kaye Green, Hiroe Swen, Gail Nichols and Stephen Wickham, aside others.

Bohemians in the Bush

Bohemians in the Bush

from June 17, 2017 @ 9:00 AM until August 27, 2017 @ 4:00 PM
Gippsland Art Gallery - Sale

The Gippsland encountered by artists in the late nineteenth century was a wild and inhospitable frontierland.

In the age of Impressionism and the rise of a national school of art, Gippsland remained a remote and inaccessible region for most artists.  Those who did make the journey were confronted by obstacles at every turn, at once impeding their pathway and providing awe-inspiring subjects for their art.

Bohemians in the Bush explores the stories and art of late nineteenth and early twentieth century Gippsland, revealing the work of many artists who are comparatively little known today.

Image: John Ford PATERSON, Australia 1851—1912, Untitled (Fern Gully) 1893, Oil on canvas, 76.7 x 46.5cm.  Collection Latrobe Regional Gallery

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