PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS | UPCOMING EXHIBITION

OPENING: Friday 15 AUGUST 6 - 9PM | DATES: 14 - 29 AUGUST 2014

OPENING NIGHT PICS

THE AGE REVIEW

frank maiorana   dominic sowersby   betty elizabeth musgrove
 

FRONT GALLERY

DE-EVOLVED
By Frank Maiorana

De-evolved is an experiment in social reflection. Each artwork is a self-explanatory projection of society's unconscious pursuits. It is an opportunity for growth, awareness and self-examination. Through conscious participation in society may we all reconnect and unite. 

I invite you to reflect on what you are ready to see. 

evolve

 

 

BACK GALLERY

MECH-ANIMAL PROJECT
By Dominic Sowersby

This study explores the uncertainty and fragility of our existence. Nothing is permanent.  Dominic Sowersby analyses people-made machinery and technology, and the positive and adverse aspects of our ever increasing reliance upon it. Stylistically, Sowersby’s line-work challenges structured mechanical form against the fluidity of organic line and thought processes.
These works ponder future possibilities while aesthetically maintaining an intrinsic link with the past. This study of mechanical animalsdelves into the uncertain nature of life and contends that our limited time on earth is ultimately what makes our existence more beautiful.

UPSTAIRS GALLERY

EVERYTHING AS IT SORT OF WAS
By Betty Musgrove

“Everything as it sort of was” is part of an ongoing creative dialogue between father and daughter exploring intergenerational family relationships, history and photography. My father was inspired to write this collection of poems after interviews I conducted with him for a previous series of artworks. These new mixed digital print and drawing works reply to his poems in a continuing creative call and response between us.

Works by Betty Musgrove, poems by her father Brian Musgrove