Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Current Exhibitions

The Gallery is filled with a collection of new works from seven artists and it looks fabulous.

Gallery 1

Six Mix

The artists in Gallery 1 are staging their first group venture together and come from current tertiary student or recent graduate backgrounds.  They are: Sophie Montgomery (photography), Renae Titchmarsh (graphic design), Lochlan Howard (sculpture/dioramas), Lindsay McDonald (digital imaging) Drew Holland (painting/monotypes), and Luke Grey (lino prints), opening Friday 29 May,6.00pm

Gallery 2
Mind Exhortations 
Josh McGregor's solo exhibition in Gallery 2 comprises a body of finely executed and detailed works on paper using different drawing and painting mediums and techniques. These are undertaken in his already established and well-defined style. The official opening is Saturday 30 May, 6.00pm

A must see exhibition of talent and potential on show in Newcastle West.  Some images below:
Glebe Rd by Lochlan Howard
Carrington by Renae Titchmarsh

Study on Brown Paper by Lindsay McDonald

Bamboozle by Luke Grey
Dog Beach by Drew Holland
Face#3 by Luke Grey

Lemon Caravan by Lochlan Howard

Government Office by Renae Titchmarsh
Sharks 111 by Drew Holland

Throsby Creek #1 by Sophie Montgomery

 OK by Lindsay McDonald

Throsby Creek #2 detail by Sophie Montgomery
Untitled by Josh McGregor

Untitled by Josh McGregor

Sunday, May 3, 2015

7 - 24 May 2015 - Veritas III 

Veritas III’ is the San Clemente Community’s third bi-annual exhibition, to be held at the Newcastle Art Space. San Clemente is a year 7- 10 Catholic high school,
located in Mayfield with a rich cultural diversity having over 37 nationalities
represented among the students and staff members. Artworks displayed in this
exhibition have been created by students, teachers, office staff, friends and family members of this community.

A collaborative artwork has been planned to celebrate the depth, diversity and uniqueness of the San Clemente School Community. For this group artwork, titled ‘Veritas’ after the school motto, 80 individual papier mached letters will be displayed, each decorated to represent one aspect of this school spirit. The decoration is inspired by a word or phrase that indicates the artist’s connection with the school community. The letters will be available to purchase at $10 each with profits going to Caritas Australia, the International Aid and development
organisation of the Catholic Church.