Runs 8 – 23 September at Earlywork Gallery, 330 South Terrace, Fremantle
Artitja Fine Art – Spring Salon
Opening 2pm 9 September at Gallery 152, 152 York Terrace, York. Runs daily 10am – 3pm until 24 September. The exhibition will feature art and objects from remote communities with a special feature including workshops by Noongar bush weaver and sculptor Janine McAullay Bott.
From the familiar port of Fremantle to a far-away hanamachi (flower town) of old Kyoto, Entranced features a series of coloured pencil drawings examining the inhabitants of each place.
Julie Podstolski is an established Fremantle artist working in coloured pencils. Her diverse new exhibition records the bird life of Fremantle, the night streets of Kyoto, the mysterious, secretive and evocative world of maiko and geiko (geisha) who live in Kyoto, and ‘poster’ images of Western woman; each has a presence which touches her. Opening 6pm Thursday 7 September at Kidogo Art House, Bathers Beach, Fremantle. Exhibition runs until 20 September, Tues. – Sun. 11am – 4pm
“Ancient Beauty”, an interwoven photographic exhibition by Terri Turner, celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh 2017.
Official opening 4-9pm Friday 1 September 2017, open daily 2-10 September 10am-4pm at Early Work Gallery, 330 South Terrace, Fremantle. Artist led tours 10.30 & 11.30am daily describing the creative content and processes used to create each unique image.
Archival quality prints produced from digital photographs printed with ultra-chrome pigment inks on archival quality papers, (acid-free) under normal conditions with an archival life of approx. 75 years.
Photographs limited edition maximum 20. Once 20 is reached, the edition is closed, and no further art prints will be made.Prints individually hand-signed and numbered by Terri. All limited edition images can be ordered either A3, A2, or A1 size, unless otherwise stated, framed or unframed.
“Making Your Mark”. Opening at 6pm on Friday 28 July at the Moores contemporary Art Gallery, 46 Henry Street, Fremantle. Runs until 13 August. Gallery open daily 10 am to 4.00 pm.
exPOSE at Earlywork Gallery, 330 South Terrace, Fremantle 13 – 21 May, 10am to 4.00pm.
This series of drawings and paintings pays homage to the history of a fundamental art practice known as ‘Life Drawing’ (drawing from live models). More personally this exhibition honours the models and performers who make this possible and offer their bodies for artistic scrutinization in support of this tradition. For many individuals, presenting ones body for inspection by strangers is a terrifying act. Perhaps in a challenge to us all, the models featured in this exhibition are typically confident and empowered in their nudity. Poses are very often demanding both physically and mentally as performers negotiate the discomforts of remaining in strenuous, challenging and athletic positions for extended periods. Life drawing is a highly ordered intense activity often belied by free-spirited line and gestural brushwork. These images are expressions of the sustained energy embodied in each pose; windows into the unique transaction between artist and model.
An exhibition of underwater drawings and original portraits of fish at Earlywork Gallery, 330 South Terrace, Fremantle, from 8 April to 7 May.
During the exhibition the artist will be working in the gallery, assembling more underwater drawings from his recent trip to Ningaloo. For a unique opportunity to visit the artist behind the scenes, to see his underwater drawing technique and talk to him about his current projects, drop in to the gallery during the month to see the work in progress.
Artitja Fine Art – Legends and Lore
Turner Galleries in the Engine Rooms, 470 William Street, Northbridge 7 April – 13 May 2017. View exhibition online: www.artitja.com.au
Jill Daisy Wood
Getting Real – a collection of recent studies exploring ephemeral landscape, atmosphere and still life, captured with precise expertise. Opens at Earlywork Gallery 6.30 Friday 10 March. Runs until 26 March.
George Haynes and Jane Martin
Images of the Beeliar wetlands and surrounds from the artists’ archives
These deft records of our threatened banksia woodlands and wetlands are on exhibition at Earlywork Gallery, 330 South Terrace Fremantle from 18 February – 4 March 2017, daily 10am – 4pm.
See the video of George Haynes talking about his decision to donate the fund-raising print produced to raise money for Save Beeliar Wetlands and Rethink the Link – here