Gallery M open again, with some restrictions in place
We are very pleased to advise that Gallery M is now open, with weekday gallery hours 10am-4pm. Weekend opening will resume from Saturday 4 July (Saturday 12-4pm & Sunday 1-4pm)
The Gallery M shop still has a great range of hand crafted items. The exhibition program has been altered with new dates to the end of the year.
Unfortunately, the Gallery M Open Contemporary Art Prize has been cancelled for 2020.
Limits on members of the public entering the gallery will apply. Visitors will be required to use hand sanitization on entry and record their attendance on a form provided by the gallery.
These requirements are legal obligations under current Emergency Management directions. This situation will be constantly reviewed in light of latest health updates.
It’s a Mystery
digital art prints 2000-2020
by Glenda Bowen
Glenda bought her first Smart Phone in 2013, with its Note tool that allowed for sketching. Though designed for business use she experimented freely with this fun technology. Most of the images created during this decade were drawn directly on this device, using it as a tool to explore her social commentary on women’s themes, particularly as she had travelled through Latin America and Europe during these years.
Kiln & Flame
Kiln fired glass by Julie Pritchard
Flame work glass jewellery by Florence Wee
Florence Wee has been making lampwork beads since 2006. Each bead is personally designed and handcrafted from high quality glass. Julie Pritchard works from her home studio, creating a range of hand painted, kiln-fired glass items that are both decorative and practical.
Paintings & mixed media by
Svetlana Elliott, Maré Puksand & Alice Puksand
Each artist has drawn from their own imagination and experiences to depict buildings, related structures and their relationship to the marking of time, the environment, and plants and animals that may complement the images.
A Dash of Pink
Contemporary textiles by members of the Fibre Artist Network (FAN)
Some of the artists are current and former students from accredited vocational courses run at Marden Senior College; others are well-known textile artists who have exhibited locally, nationally and internationally. They continue to develop their art practice through attendance at workshops and participation in public exhibitions.
19th Annual City of Marion Community Art exhibition
Artwork in various media by residents of the City of Marion council area. Free for any resident to participate – from hobby to professional, junior and more experienced artists.
Contemporary textiles by the members of the Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) Oceania Region
This is a touring exhibition of 32 art quilts, exploring the many interpretations of connection, from relationships to physical bonds, the simple state of being connected, and how we connect in difficult circumstances.
Creating the Pastel Dream
Pastel artworks by the members of the Pastel Artists of South Australia (PASA)
Contemporary and traditional styles, on a wide range of subject matter. PASA is celebrating it’s 20th Anniversary in 2021, and retrospective works will also be on display.
2020 exhibition timetable
Gallery M is a versatile exhibition venue, that can have up to four exhibitions running concurrently.
This is achieved by utilising large free standing walls, that can be configured to create quarter, half or whole gallery spaces.