Coastal

Exhibition dates: 13th – 24th November 2019.

PLEASE NOTE: Open Wed-Sun 10am-4pm (closed Mondays & Tuesdays)

Official Launch Saturday 16th November 2-4pm. All Welcome.

“Coastal” is an invitation by Alisa to experience her expressive and creative work which shares glimpses into Alisa’s connection to memory. This body of work’s focus is on reflective nostalgia, at the intersection of landscape and memory.

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She

Exhibition dates: 3rd September – 15th September 2019.

PLEASE NOTE: the exhibition is NOT open Monday & Tuesday.

The exhibition is open: Wednesday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm

Official Launch Saturday 7th September 2-4pm. All Welcome.

Enter the world of storytelling through paint on canvas in this exhibition depicting women through striking colours and bold paint strokes.

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Through the looking Glass

Exhibition dates: 7th – 13th January 2019.
Open: Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm.

Join resident artist Kerry Bruce and artist and mother Isabel Chapman as they showcase their unique connection to art, each other and the world around them.

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Fleurs

Exhibition dates: 10th December – 16th December 2018.
Open Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm.

Fleurs is an exhibition with new paintings by Kerry Bruce.
My Floral artworks have become a signature to my work over the years and I thoroughly enjoy painting in this style. Energy and movement is what I like to translate when I am painting my florals whilst always capturing the tones of light against dark.

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Secret Landscapes

Exhibition dates: 20th November – 25th November 2018.
Open Tuesday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm.

Local Gerringong Artist Gitte Backhausen has selected an array of new expressive paintings for this solo exhibition. Sharing her love for the landscape, her paintings depicts a subconscious abstract response to her surroundings.

The ‘secret’ refers to the approach of free spontanious expressive markmaking, her work never planned or determined
by a preconcieved idea, revealing a secret inner world of wonder.

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Landscapes @ 85

Exhibition dates: 26th November – 9th December 2018.
Open Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm.

Traditional landscape images tend to be shot with a wide angle lens – generally between 16-35mm. This perspective is one that I love – allowing you to focus on an interesting foreground, while providing greater context (usually along with a magic sunrise or sunset!) in the background. Typically, the whole image is in sharp focus in these images too.

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Bushland & Beaches

Exhibition dates: 8th to 18th November 2018.
Open Thursday & Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm.

Gay Emmerson is an artist living in Gerringong, whose paintings explore and celebrate the beauty, excitement and danger of local beaches and forest. 
Georgia Freebody’s acrylic paintings range from figurative to abstract and are evocative of interactions with water and feelings of movement and buoyancy.

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Summertime

Exhibition dates: 24th December 2018 – 6th January 2019.
Open:
Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm.
(closed 25th Dec & 1st January)

An uplifting and colourful exhibition by the Resident Artists at Fern Street Gallery. Summertime evokes feelings of warmth and wonder with colour, texture and a variety of visual imagery.



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In Art Together

Exhibition dates 18th October to 4th November 2018.
Open every day from 10am

In art together – Holly Pinzone, Kerry Bruce, Gitte Backhausen, Kristal del Villar and Jon Harris

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A Gift of Art

Exhibition dates: 17th December – 23rd December 2018.
Open:
Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm.

“Light is an elusive quality that inspires me as an artist. It is my cornerstone for landscapes and abstraction.
In capturing the light and conveying a feeling and a sense of place I attempt to take the viewer on a journey similar to mine.”
– Ken Tucker

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