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Back Country: India Flint

13 December 2014 to 31 January 2015

Flint’s creative practice conflates the visual and written poetics of place and memory, using ecologically sustainable contact print processes from plants and found objects together with walking, drawing, assemblage, mending, stitch and text as a means of mapping country, recoding and recording responses to landscape.

Blues in the Bottle
Anna Culliton

Anna Culliton’s ceramic exhibition celebrates infectious Jug Band Music which is played from traditional and ordinary objects, adapted and modified, including ceramic jugs used as a resonating chamber to amplify and enrich the sound made by a musicians lips. Just like the foot tapping, body swaying music, Culliton’s ceramics will put a smile on your face.

Resolved: journeys in Australian design

7 February - 11 April 2015
Resolved features twelve of Australia’s most interesting designers. The exhibition reveals the designer’s journey from the idea to the finished product, exploring the process and act of design.

Image below India Flint Sweet dreams ( found 2010) wire, rolled steel. approx. 60 x 90 cm. Image Inadi Flint

ArtMart 2

4 - 6 December 2014

A Friends’ fund raising event, support local artists and the Gallery. Affordable art at affordable prices.

Across the Oceans
Andrea Bruno

13 December 2014 - 14
February 2015

I always say that my life has turned out to be a sliding doors experience. It could have been so different!

15 Year Sojourn Jessica B Watson
21 February - 2 April 2015

Jessica B Watson creates intriguing works themed on identity of person, place and culture. The works to be exhibited are from her travels and reflect on her return to Australia.

Image below Andrea Bruno, The Elusive Canadian Wildlife acrylic and water soluble graphite on board, 120x120cm. Image Lou Farina

Gallery I
25 October - 6 December 2014
The Antipodean Steampunk Show
25 October to 6 December 2014

Contemporary technology and Victorian styling collide in spectacular fashion at The Antipodean Steampunk Show.
If today’s technology had been introduced in the 19th century, what would the world look like?

The Antipodean Steampunk Show attempts to answer this question in a fascinating mash-up of past, future and fantasy.

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Anthony Lucas, The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello, 2005. (detail) Film still.
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Gallery Serpentine, The Baroness, 2010. Baroness jacket in stretch burgundy velveteen and PVC with brass buttons and gimp braid. Custom epaulets by Donna David and Steampunk rifle by Dij Dijor.
Photo: Zelko Nedic
Gallery 2
25 October - 29 November 2014
Paradisum Curiosum
Marie Larkin

25 October - 29 November 2014

Larkin’s works are inspired by long solitary walks through the Melbourne Botanic Garden, her paintings pay homage to Rococo painter, Antoine Watteau ( 1684 – 1721) and the English painter Thomas Gainsborough( 1727 – 1788). Whilst her creatures, in their little bell jars act as Cabinets of Curiosities.

Image above Marie Larkin The Bee Charmer (detail) 2014 Oil on canvas 150 x 100 cm. Image Marie Larkin.
Image below Marie Larkin Whispered Autumn Evening 2014 oil on canvas. Image Marie Larkin
Community Space
at Ray Walsh House
7 October to 3 November 2014

Ray Walsh House Community
Gallery Space
437 Peel Street
Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5pm

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