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Exhibition: Press Gang - 20 May to 4 June

The 2018 Printmakers’ Association of WA Inc.(PAWA) Member’s Exhibition is set to be an inspiring and broad foray into the field of contemporary print media.

The opening of the...

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Exhibition: Affinity Cross Currents - 9 June to 24 June 2018

This exhibition features works from Glennis Hall, Pam Manika, Irene McBride, Helen Jones.

The opening of the exhibition is scheduled for 2.00pm on 9th June 2018. Please...

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Exhibition: Double Vision - 7 April to 22 April 2018

Posted: 2nd March 2018

A joint exhibition featuring David & Margaret Thornton. In both artists work, realism and abstraction are combined in order to heighten the intended effect.

A summation of recent work, which shows interpretations of landscapes, especially in the way in which colour and tone can be manipulated to suggest, rather than describe the actuality of the scene. In the silk paintings, there is a use of textural surface effects gained by silk threads. In both artist’s work, realism and abstraction are combined in order to heighten the intended effect.

The exhibition is to be opened by Dr Paul Green-Armytage, Associate Professor at Curtin University and President of the Colour Society of Australia. 

Please RSVP attendance for the opening exhibition evening to zzGallery@kalamunda.wa.gov.au at 6.30pm on Saturday, 7 April 2018.

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