Over recent years, these three artists have had a tradition of exhibiting together. This time, they approach the gallery space as separate entities: Peter Moritz - furniture, Samone Turnbull - ceramics and Jo Twartz - painting and printmaking.
Opening night: 6pm Friday 20 April 2018.
Jo Felber, James Dodd, Brigid Noone, Anton Hart, Christian Lock, Suzie Lockery, Greg Donovan, Greg Geraghty, Tara Rowhani-Farid, Loren Orsillo and Jordan King.
We Made It is a vibrant exhibition of works from a group of well known contemporary South Australian artists. From printmaking and painting to glass and ceramics, these sometimes bold, sometime whimsical works represent a delightful range of artistic practice.
Artists: Silvana Angelakis, Glen Ash, Llewelyn Ash, Janet Ayliffe, Christine Cholewa, Jenny Clapson, Janette Gay, Yasmin Grass, Deb Jones, Sue Michael, Kath Oliphant, Deborah Sleeman, Samone Turnbull and Jo Twartz.
Opening night: Friday 17 November 2017
West Gallery Thebarton is excited to present eight well known Victorian printmakers, most of whom will be exhibiting in South Australia for the first time.
Artists: Dean Bowen, Rona Green, Bill Hay, Kyoko Imazu, Deborah Klein, John Ryrie, Heather Shimmen and Deborah Williams.
Opening night: Friday 1 September 2017
Where will the interpretation of Monumental take these 10 South Australian printmakers?
Artists: Silvana Angelakis, Aleksandra Antic, Christobel Kelly, Suzie Lockery, Lloma Mackenzie, Andrea Przygonski, Olga Sankey, Joshua Searson, Sandra Starkey Simon, Margie Sheppard and Joel Gailer.
Opening night: Friday 21 July 2017
Australia, like the rest of the Universe, is more or less empty space and is only sparsely occupied by human beings. We travel across it in our vehicles, hurtling down long straight roads as we journey through sprawling landscapes for endless hours. The big sky, the infinite plains, the humming wheels, lull us into a dream state in which we are strangely prone to wonder. In this state of drifted mind, we may need useful advice.
This exhibition by Mark Thomson, with assistance from the Speculative Histories Laboratory, explores the possible significance of this phenomenon of modern existence.
Mirrorstate brings together three artists who reflect their views of the world through their sculpture and prints. Joel Gailer's work is roving and itinerant, Deborah Sleeman’s practice arises from the wilds of Kangaroo Island, and Phillip Doggett-Williams' bronze sculptures and prints speak of the human condition.
We are all Connected is a vibrant exhibition of works from a group of well known contemporary South Australian artists. From printmaking to painting, these sometimes bold, sometime whimsical works represent a delightful range of artistic practice.
Artists: Silvana Angelakis, Glen Ash, Llewelyn Ash, Janet Ayliffe, Jenny Clapson, Phil Gerner, Yasmin Grass, Christobel Kelly, Sue Michael, Kath Oliphant, Margie Sheppard and Deborah Sleeman.
Margie Sheppard and Christobel Kelly are two South Australian artists who have a long standing artistic relationship and shared connectedness with the geographical area of the Fleurieu Peninsula. Their work spans both painting and printmaking. This exhibition of selected works showcases Margie’s figurative etchings and Christobel’s paintings, which explore landscape as a psychological space.
Afterlife brings together a group of prominent Adelaide printmakers who examine the spatial experience of objects, which teeter on the edge of ruination.
Artists: Aleksandra Antic, Sonya Hender, Jake Holmes, Michele Lane, Suzie Lockery, Lorelei Medcalf, Vicki Reynolds, Olga Sankey, Josh Searson, Mei Sheong Wong, Margie Sheppard, Sandra Starkey Simon, Simone Tippett and Georgina Willoughby.