Gallery Two

Soap Score
22 July - 11 September

Honor Freeman presents a solo exhibition of
porcelain objects reflecting on how to measure a life and mark times passing.

Creating beautiful still life tableaus that capitalise on slip-cast porcelain’s mimetic qualities, Honor will be producing her most ambitious installation to date, 656 soaps, a project that reflects life’s journey through everyday objects.

Supported by Arts South Australia and presented as part of the 2016 SALA Festival.

Seppeltsfield

FUSE Glass Prize
16 July - 25 September

The FUSE Glass Prize, a new biennial prize for Australian and New Zealand glass artists, is Australasia’s richest prize for glass.

Showcasing 15 outstanding finalists, this prize aims to provide a platform to encourage artists who work in glass to push themselves and their work to new limits and to focus significant public attention on the importance of glass as a medium for contemporary artistic expression.

Established artists: Clare Belfrage (SA), Mel Douglas (ACT), Tim Edwards (SA), Wendy Fairclough (SA), Brenden Scott French (SA), Elizabeth Kelly (NSW), Jessica Loughlin (SA), Nick Mount (SA)and Richard Whiteley (NSW), Kathryn Wightman (NZ).

Emerging Artists: Lewis Batchelar (SA), Hannah Gason (ACT), Marina Hanser (ACT), Andrew Plummer (NSW) and Alex Valero (SA).

Touring

Glass: Art Design Architecture
Western Plains Cultural cCntre, Dubbo
1 July - 18 September

This Exhibition showcases 23 outstanding projects by contemporary Australian artists, designers and architects. It represents a cross-section of current creative practices and relationships to this versatile material.

Exhibitors: Andrew Simpson (Vert Design), Architectus, Blanche Tilden, Charles Wright Architects, Clare Belfrage, Deb Jones, Elliat Rich, illumini (Karen Cunningham and Mandi King), Janet Laurence, Jess Dare, Jessica Loughlin, Keep Cup, Mark Douglass, Max Pritchard Architect, Mel Douglas, Nicholas Folland, Richard Whitely, Ruth Allen, Tom Moore, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer (with Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Aurecon), Wendy Fairclough, Woods Bagot and Yhonnie Scarce.

Gallery Two

Building Blocks
23 September - 27 November

Buildings as a source of inspiration may seem unusual for a jeweller, but many jewellers reflect upon architectural modes of construction,  materials, forms and even scale within their works.

Featuring Claire Brooks, Christian Hall, Courtney Jackson, Jessamy Pollock and Andrew Welsh.

Seppeltsfield

Silent Nature
8 October - 4 December

In 2014 a fire ripped through Eden Valley, including large portions of the Angas’ property, Hutton Vale Farm.

Some of the fallen and extensively damaged gum trees on the land were over 500 years old. Witness to an age of events, these majestic trees were an integral part of the local eco system and landscape and their loss was an emotional event for the Angas family. In a project to creatively preserve the memory of these trees, 8 South Australian artists have been invited to create new works. Featuring Jennifer Ahrens, Adam Cantwell, Chris De Rosa, Helen Fuller, Heidi Kenyon, Sue Kneebone, Adrian Potter and James Tylor.

Touring

Glass: Art Design Architecture
Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery
30 September - 6 November

This Exhibition showcases 23 outstanding projects by contemporary Australian artists, designers and architects. It represents a cross-section of current creative practices and relationships to this versatile material.

Exhibitors: Andrew Simpson (Vert Design), Architectus, Blanche Tilden, Charles Wright Architects, Clare Belfrage, Deb Jones, Elliat Rich, illumini (Karen Cunningham and Mandi King), Janet Laurence, Jess Dare, Jessica Loughlin, Keep Cup, Mark Douglass, Max Pritchard Architect, Mel Douglas, Nicholas Folland, Richard Whitely, Ruth Allen, Tom Moore, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer (with Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Aurecon), Wendy Fairclough, Woods Bagot and Yhonnie Scarce.

Exhibition Archive

2016

Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels – 19 February to 24 April 2016

Lovers of Neptune’s Cabinet – 19 February to 24 April 2016

2015

Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels – 19 February to 24 April 2016

Lovers of Neptune’s Cabinet – 19 February to 24 April 2016

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