Monthly Archive: September 2020

Andy Pye, Fringe Lyf

Andy Pye, Fringe Lyf

Regional towns and their footy ovals. Fringe Lyf explores regional towns doing it tough. “Some other Australian artists have previously looked at this such as Drysdale and Dobell. In Dobell’s Wangi Scene (1949) we are presented with a mature mother, a young child and milking cow kept primarily for the family to drink milk. We see... Read more
John Santucci, Garden Therapy

John Santucci, Garden Therapy

“The theme behind this new body of work is colour humour and hopefully optimism in a time when we need it more than ever. These pieces are of a whimsical nature which include retro toys, old cameras and music items from my own home. And of course the star of the show, a jungle of... Read more
Ben Fennessy, Tower Hill

Ben Fennessy, Tower Hill

“For this exhibition of paintings and prints, I have focused on 360-degree views from the top of the crater of this dormant volcano, which is located on the lands of the Eastern Maar people. The vastness and beauty of Tower Hill is fascinating. It is such an awe-inspiring, ancient environment that changes constantly, depending on where... Read more