Byron Bay Surf Festival Art Show 2019 features a group of 8 hot artists from around the globe and Australia: Luke Day, Filippa Edghill, James Ettelson, Duncan MacFarlane, James McMillan, Nanda Ormond, Jaleesa Vincent, Kentaro Yoshida
Local to Brooms Head, Kiya celebrates the local landscape through poetic, textural and vibrant paintings portraying her love and connection to the area. Her works have a rich, metaphoric meaning while remaining light hearted and fun.
This is a survey exhibition of works produced over the last two years by Lismore based artist
Raimond de Weerdt. Raimond subverts the notion that photography captures reality and is
therefore a measure of truth.
Terania Creek became the focus of a landmark environmental protest. People formed a human shield to protect an environmental wonder. The protest represented the first time the presence of protesters challenged the government’s authority and won.
A surrealism exhibition featuring work from 11 different artist's plus an opening night of Live bands, live art and Dj's.
Featuring the most Outré and thought provoking surreal art in the area by locals and creators abroad.
This exhibition explores aspects of Marion’s Mild Traumatic Brain Injury sustained in a severe car accident in 2007. House bound, unable to converse, isolated, and without memory, Marion lost connections with friends and the outside world.
The drawing and painting exhibition expresses a wealth of story telling and mythology resonating from the unconscious. Applied with a strong use of line and colour, the work is adventurous and humanistic in character.
Luminous by Colleen DaRosa features explorations on layered paper, encaustic and LED in which the translucence of the medium extract’s particular qualities of light. The works utilise reflective and refractive elements to transform colour.
See what life was like in the 1950s, when home ownership soared, labour-saving appliances were readily available and television and rock and roll arrived, at the latest exhibition at Crawford House Museum, Alstonville.
2018 marks the Gallery’s 30th anniversary. To honour this milestone, I have curated an exhibition from the collection which celebrates its development since 1988 and surveys the four focus areas that inform acquisitions.
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