Previous exhibitions

STAYING CLOSE AND VIRTUAL ROAMING

PATSY HELY

APRIL 11 TO MAY 23

INVITATION – PATSY HELY

Staying close and virtual roaming

Please join us for the opening on Sunday, April 11 at 2pm

                    

                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Patsy Hely, Black Mountain views with fallen tree. Slipcast porcelain,

                  underglaze colour. D. 31x14cm. Photo credit: Brenton McGeachie.

 

Patsy Hely works predominately in the ceramic medium but with a more recent engagement in watercolour and oil painting. The work for this exhibition encompasses all three and represents an attempt to think through the past year or so with its constraints but also walks in local ACT bush – Black Mountain, Mount Majura and Mount Ainslie.

 

Her work is in the collections of NGA and state and regional galleries and private collection.

 

The exhibition will be opened by Toni Warburton on April 11 and continues until May 23.

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Julie Bradley

Weathering the Storm

27 June- 8 August

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Weathering the storm

An exhibition of recent works on paper by Canberra based artist, Julie Bradley opened Sunday, June 27 at Helen Stephens Gallery, Collector.

Genevieve Jacobs officially opened the exhibition at 2pm in the large garden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Julie Bradley, Build up 2021, mixed media, gouache and collage. D.51x38cm

Photo credit: Art Atelier

 

Bradley says: “This body of work explores the idea that we are all, from time to time, weathering a storm of some kind - either with or without grace.

“Abstracted forms imply cloud shapes and elements of the weather –wind, rain and storms and embody ideas of resilience and resistance.

“The “skyscape” is abstracted and reduced to compositions of directional lines and contrasting organic and geometric shapes applied to gouache wash backgrounds. The simplified images echo basic structures in the land and sky. The use of the compositional elements of the arc or semicircle, direct the eye and help to build the forms of cumulonimbus clouds.“