Yearly Archive: 2014

Ellie Malin / Recent Prints / 19 June – 12 July

Ellie Malin is a print media artist based in Melbourne. Her colourful bold art works reflect a playful approach to image making where bright colours and form construct the landscape. Her artworks are inspired by a love for travel, childhood memories, and also from the most meaningful to the insignificant moments in life in all... Read more

Art Unlimited / Not by Design / 19 June – 12 July

NAIVE / BRUT / RAW / OUTSIDER Boom Gallery has the privilege of presenting the work of five exceptional artists from the Art Unlimited Studio. The Art Unlimited Studio is a professional access studio for artists with a disability and is situated in the old Geelong Gaol. The vitality and richness of their work is... Read more

Anita Beaney / From Here & There / May 30 – June 14

“From Here & There” is a collection of sea and landscapes – of mountains, deserts and sea.  Anita has created this body of work using old photographic processes.  The images were shot with a medium format camera, a Mamiya twin lens c330, using 120 roll film then printed on to watercolour paper.  A technique used to... Read more

Amanda Carson / Pleasant Twittering / May 30 – June 14

Pleasant Twittering was inspired by Amanda’s travels in WA and from her own backyard in Jan Juc.  These delicate watercolour paintings, undertaken with a contemporary approach, using blocks of colour and repetition of patterns to detail a beautiful selection of “feathered friends”.  These paintings draw upon Amanda’s background in graphic design, and her enduring love... Read more

Tiel Seivl-Keevers / Winter Harvest / May 30 – June 14

Tiel Seivl Keevers is a painter and illustrator from Brisbane. Her work evolves from her natural surroundings.  In this exhibition Tiel focuses on the changes that occur throughout the season of Winter, exploring ideas and imagery around the concepts of dormancy, death and new beginnings. Exhibition Opening Friday May 30 / 5:30 – 8pmRead more

Introducing Arthur Bannon

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