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.
Three Friends – One Passion
Traditional, contemporary and abstract artworks by Pene Bilsborough, Susan Jenkins & Gillian Keelan
These three friends have come together to display their art – a very eclectic presentation, with a diversity of genres, in media ranging through pastels, watercolours, acrylics, oils and acrylics with resin finish.
What I Value
A diverse range of artworks from clients and staff of Community Living Options
Community Living Options is a values-based Disability and Mental Health support provider covering the whole of Adelaide and the Fleurieu region. Their mission is to help create positive life journeys, supporting individual’s dreams, choices and individuality. Both staff and clients are exhibiting their artwork.
So the Earth Breathes
Ink on paper artworks by Kirsten Johnston
This exhibition is an exploration of the form and situation of trees in our landscape. It consists of ink on paper paintings, by Mt Gambier artist Kirsten Johnston. These bold and colourful artworks have an energetic quality, held together by virtue of their shared subject matter and style.
Fibres Gone Wild
An exhibition of textile and fibre works by the Wild Fibre Artists
These artists share a passion to create fibre and textile art, and ‘Fibres Gone Wild’ celebrates their 20th exhibition together. This time they are exploring and focussing on the “wild” element in their artwork, and will be presenting a group installation of wild vessels along with a range of works in various media.
Response – making art work
where prose and paint come together
Artwork in various media by David R Taylor
This exhibition demonstrates, through paintings, drawings and written form, how the creative urge may express and indeed evolve ideas and concepts to fruition.
It showcases three strong components of David’s art practice – watercolour travel sketches, mixed media drawings, and poems and verse. A collection of David’s notebooks, artist tools and memorabilia will also be featured.
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.