previous exhibitions 2018

16 February - 11 March


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Natural Fabrications

An exhibition of textiles and jewellery by
Pen Morrison, Rob Morrison, Jenni Simpson and Niki Waterhouse

This exhibition of predominantly textile works features interpretations of the natural world.

Three of the artists have used traditional and modern needlework and quilting techniques to showcase some of the varied forms and diverse nature of living things.

Rob Morrison’s jewellery is made from naturally occurring materials such as gemstones, pearl shell and Casuarina fruiting ‘cones’. Some pieces feature textile-like finishes while others embody forms from nature.

Vulkathunha - Interpretation of Place

Artworks in various media relating to Grindells Hut residencies
Kathryn Hill, Ray Meandering, Barbara Palmer and Robyn Zerna-Russell

These four artists are all recipients of the Grindell’s Hut Artist Residency programme, which supports artists to live at Grindell’s Hut, about 250 kilometres north of Port Augusta. Situated in the heart of the Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park the small hut with a dark history offers views over the valleys and foothills of the Illinawortina Pound and the Blue Range.

For Gallery M, the artists have selected several pieces of work which feature their unique visual response to the beautiful, dynamic, and rugged landscape they encountered.

19 January - 11 February


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artworks in various media by members of theRed House Group Inc

‘Quintessence’  features the work of approximately 80 Red House members. Formed in the early 1990’s with support from the City of Marion, the group continues to support artists at all levels. Since 1994 over 1570 artists have become involved, with many still maintaining their membership since those early days.

The title was chosen to encourage Red House Group artists to showcase their best work - the ‘essence’ of who they are as an artist. The subject matter is their personal choice. The ‘quintessence’ of something is the most perfect or typical example of it. It is also described as "the aspect of something regarded as the intrinsic and central constituent of its character".