DARK HONEY (GROUP SHOW)
This collection of artworks is at once seductive and repulsive, and will definitely leave you wanting more. Exploring an alluring range of themes, these artists have come together to create something intriguing, delightful and imaginative. Drawing you in with lush golden tones, sweet smiles and glistening amber - it's only upon closer inspection that the dark, bitter and corrupt show themselves. With each artist bringing their own unique style to the exhibition, Dark Honey is sure to delight and fascinate.
Alice Acton I Amy E Owers I Andy Leaf
Ashlea Bechaz I Astrotwitch Jennifer Allnutt KatArt Illustrations I KYLEKM I Lauren Massy
Leo Flander Liz Gridley I Luke Rion I Melanie Miles | Miss E I Nyra Drakae I Rachel Perrin Ryan Pola | Sarah Neale I serenekitchen I Tryst
PAPER GRAVEYARD by GOLDENGRAVES
My bedroom is a paper graveyard, filled with paper and prints that have long laid dormant.
I’ve breathed life back into these works, in the form of Collage. In this resurrection they have evolved into new art and hold purpose again.
I feel as an artist we should keep evolving, so that we ourselves do not become dull and dormant.
DELAY by KIM WINTON
Delay is a series of graphite drawings based on observations of tiny pieces of the Mounionalusta Meteorite. Fragments of the meteorite are billions of years old. On their surfaces, one can see the unique Widmanstatten patterns which are marks etched throughout the meteor’s entire structure
as it cooled over millions of years in outer space. The artist has developed these drawings as
an invitation for her viewers to meditate on
our senses of mortality, the duration of the development of the natural world and our living relationship with the experience of time.
EDIFICE by JULIA SCHMITT
‘Edifice’ is a collection of works representing the heart and soul behind the facades of Melbourne and surrounds. Using just ballpoint pen on paper
I hope to make the personality and quirk of Melbourne’s inner north become the focus of
each piece. A mix of the iconic and every day,
each drawing aims to convey a sense of place
not often explored through this medium.