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Members' Exhibitions


 

FLORASCOPIC

An exploration of nature in the urban landscape by photographer Kirsten Bresciani

Exhibition dates: 3rd – 17th October 2015

Grand opening: Friday 2nd October 6-8pm

Gallery address: BIRD'S GALLERY - 236 High Street, Kew, Melbourne, VIC 3101

Artist Statement: “I was fascinated by the kaleidoscope as a child.  The colourful, symmetrical and ever changing images contained within were a constant source of wonder and surprise.  Much like nature itself the randomness and symmetry of the Kaleidoscope produces images of stunning beauty.”


 

 

Paintings by

Rosemary Mangiamele

Art at St. Francis'

 

Opening Tuesday 1 September - 6 to 8 pm

Exhibition runs 25 August until 13 October

St. Francis’ Church

cnr. Lonsdale & Elizabeth St. Melbourne

Open: Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm; Sunday from 9 am to 3 pm   

Contact Brigitte Remmen
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for an appointment phone 03 9663 2495

Exploration of the Senses

A selection of works by

Thalia Andrews

at Decoy Café Bar Gallery

20 May - 15 August 2015

303 Exhibition St, Melbourne

Sophie Skarbek & Myrna McCrae

'Wonderland'

red gallery contemporary art space
157 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North, 3068
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We invite you to join us for drinks with the artists to view this exhibition.
Opening Wednesday 25 February 6-8pm

In the join exhibition Wonderland, CAS Member Sophie Skarbek and fellow-artist Myrna McRae investigate the wonder of the natural environment.
 
In her vibrant new body of work Skarbek explores different approaches to her favourite subjects, flowers, bushland and things living in the sea. Her style navigates between realist and more abstract forms and her colours from warm to dark and brooding
 
McRae's latest body of work explores the Grampians, a place that she has been visiting since early childhood. Famous for its strange rock formations and beautiful trees and flowers McRae has been inspired by the colours and dramatic forms. Through the paintings she has explored the unusual features and meanings of this environment - her own personal wonderland.

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