Artworks produced in response to romance or lack thereof.
Exhibition dates: 13 August to 13 September.
Artists: Magda Agenbag, Susan Bruce, Catherine Buddle, Gary Campbell, Jo Crawford, Barbara Davis, Annette Dawson, Areti Devetzidis, Elizabeth Fotiadis, Sasha Grbich, Sally Heinrich, Debbie Hooper, Susan Long, Alison Main,
Holly Marling, Diana Mitchell, Jan Monks, Ann Newmarch, Christine Pyman, Lee Salomone, Margaret Sanders, Ewa Skoczynska, Niki Sperou, Silvia Stansfield, Merrilyn Stock, Tim Thomson, Nancy Viljoen and Diana Whiley.
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Image: Lee Salomone, Love is, 2014, ink jet print, 16 x 49cm. Image courtesy of the artist.
Image: Tea Tree Studios, Terracotta Village People, 2014, Clay, dimensions variable. Image courtesy of Angela Walford.
Come and see this intriguing ceramic installation, created by members from the Tea Tree Studio, a group of visual artists and craftspeople based in Adelaide's north east.
Exhibition dates: 13 August - 13 September.
This collaborative exhibition features around fifty unique and intriguing personalities that have all been made from locally sourced clay by members of Tea Tree Studio. A quick note of warning: visitors have commented that it feels as if these village people are talking about you! Apparently you can almost hear their chatter.
A new and inclusive visual arts initiative, Co-Studio, is now being held at Gallery 1855 each Saturday 12:30-4:30pm. Artists will be able to use the gallery’s studio to create their own self-directed works alongside other artists, for networking, inspiration and support. To register and for enquiries please phone 8397 7216.
Our studio is perfect for holding classes, workshops and presentations.
For more information call 8397 7216, email email@example.com or download Gallery 1855 - application pack for hirers of studio(813 kb)