Local photographer Davey Barber explores the Canberra suburbs of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
For disabled artists and those living with mental health issues, the d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HOH).
Australia Wide Seven is a biennial members’ exhibition organised by Ozquilt Network run to reflect the diversity of the art quilt medium.
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.
Matthew explores everyday items to create abstract compositions using thick lines and opposite colours which work off each other.
A meaningful exploration of spiritual being, life and mental health experiences expressed through visual narrative means.
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.
Barbara Van Der Linden, Katrina Muir and Marilyn Nelson
These works share a feeling of joyfulness, which is evoked by the luminosity of the fluid medium.
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
Alex Jackson, Eve Newman Martin and Peter Moore
In this show by three artists from Hands On Studio, the personalities of the artists shine.
Artists who live in Gungahlin and surrounding suburbs have created a postcard inspired by something special or unique about their suburb.