Lime Flamingo Collective
Artists reflect on the current COVID-19 crisis, life in quarantine, the recent bushfire disasters and the climate emergency.
Inspired by many things including
Shakespeare, animal rights, mythology, dreamscapes and comics.
Ann Nugent and Dennis Thorncraft
Works share an active and restless energy that is expressed through the artists bold mark-making and striking use of strong colour.
Margaret Healey, Ann Nugent and Ann Sommers
The artists have created these works with a shared water theme, and paint together weekly at Tingey Painting with Parkinsons workshops.
Jimalyn Lawless, Moira Nelson and Jenelle Outhwaite
Works for this show have been inspired by the beauty supplied by nature and found in their gardens.
Multi-layered linocuts made during the four months of Naarm/Melbourne’s long second lockdown.
Prints that use the suburban landscape as starting points for reflection on memory, emotion, and meaning.
“Traces V” invites artists and creatively adventurous individuals from throughout Australia participate in this open A5 exhibition.
For disabled artists and those living with mental health issues, the d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HOH).
A selected exhibition by eight members of the Eurobodalla Fibre Textile and Artists Group, inspired by one of Australia’s leading fibre artists, Mona Hessing.
Barbara van der Linden and Marilyn Nelson
Paintings were created by the artists as they listened to music and responded intuitively, using quality watercolours and inks on paper.
A survey exhibition of glass and ceramic artists, applauding the beauty and sense of intimacy experienced when using an exquisitely crafted vessel.
An Online Exhibition for D/deaf, (HOH) Hard of Hearing and Disabled artists