In the Front Room
The Front Room is a small gallery/residency space at the front of the cottage available for small-scale projects and shows.
‘Duality of the Mind’ Mark Stevens
as part of Mental Health Week 2021
Exhibition opening: Friday 15 October 2021, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
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Exhibition runs: 7 October – 24 October 2021
Mark’s work investigates the nature of the opposites that exist within our minds and emotions, and how they interact with each other.
Meditative Painting Workshop
Wednesday 13 October 2021, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Mark will also be running the Meditative Painting workshop during this exhibition. Please get your tickets here for this workshop. Places are limited.
Supported by the Office of Ms Hannah Beazley, MLA, Member for Victoria Park and GROW, WA.
‘Totem’ Tom Cork
Exhibition opening: Saturday 30 October 2021, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Exhibition runs: 28 October – 9 November 2021
A Totem is a tool that represents something greater. In this project Tom Cork explores how we create modern Totems and how our experiences crystallise in the things around us. The exhibition is a collection of paintings in which the artist depicts how his own beliefs, interests, emotions and memories are represented in objects and concepts.
‘Resurence’ Nola Gasmier
27 May – 8 June 2021
Read review by Naomi Segal here.
The studio practice for this exhibition is based on lived experience, images and spaces being a springboard for memory integrating the past with the present. In these works, Nola investigates images and spaces in relation to memory. They are figurative with strong mark making and expressive qualities. In an autobiographical context they explore painting, memory, home, toys from childhood and nostalgia in a lyrical and narrative manner.
‘Trash Pixel’ Darcy Crudeli and Megan Shaw
13 May – 25 May 2021
Be willingly led into sensory purgatory. Utilizing capitalist aesthetics to elicit contemporary euphoria. Space choking with discarded materials and intangible pixels.
The separate art practices of Crudeli and Shaw are being combined for ‘Trash Pixel,’ an experience of superficial embodiment and coded reality.
There is no room for under stimulation in the colourful, three dimensional and digital cacophony, the audience experiences a landscape of hyper-proximity of emptiness.
‘Land and Sea’ Henry Wood
29 April – 11 May 2021
Henry Wood has lived and painted on three continents and has attempted to capture the essence and light which varies tremendously from place to place. The focus in his realist landscapes has been on light, shade and the subtleties of distance and atmosphere.
Through his paintings, the artist wants the viewer to feel the heat and the rocks of Northern Australia or feel like they can experience the sea spray, waterfall mist, mountain coolness or rainforest creeks.
‘Tectonic’ Sete Tele
23 March – 30 March 2021
Abstract landscapes via an internal monologue whilst standing on a shaking island. Tectonic is the motion of bodies, the interactions, the conversations between these bodies as they chaotically promulgate an awareness of what is occurring within and without. Tectonics are all around us. Sete is a multi-award winning performer/ choreographer/ educator, whose primary method of artistic articulation is the motion of the body through space. This has evolved to include digital storytelling, via sound and photography.