Opening Friday 10 April, 6pm
Exhibition dates 1 April - 9 May
Image: Sally Heinrich, In the evening, hand-coloured lino print, 2014, illustration from 'One Step at a Time', written by Jane Jolly, MidnightSun Publishing, 2015.
Helping to commemorate Reconciliation Week in 2015 in the City of Tea Tree Gully.
Exhibition dates 27 May to 28 June.
Ian Wilding Seconds In, acrylic on canvas, 76 x 153cm, 2014-2015
2 Haines Road, Tea Tree Gully
Illustrations and prints by Adelaide artist/illustrator Sally Heinrich will be displayed in the Step by Step exhibition from 1 April to 9 May at Gallery 1855. The exhibition will be launched on Friday 10 April, 6pm. This exhibition showcases many of Sally’s illustrations from … Continue reading
Collagraphs created using ink and recycled materials have been on display in the foyer of Tea Tree Gully Library throughout the 2015 Fringe Festival. They were made by participants at the Material World workshops held at Gallery 1855 in late 2014. The … Continue reading
South Australian artist and Gallery 1855 favourite Annabelle Collett is heading to Vietnam to take up a three-month art residency at the New Space Arts Foundation in Hue City. Annabelle was awarded the residency by the pro-Asia engagement firm Asialink, … Continue reading
Gallery 1855’s Fringe Festival exhibition for 2015 is celebrating the extraordinary details of artworks created in a smaller format. The ‘Pocket Art’ exhibition features the works of many locally based artists. It is on display from Wednesday 11 February until Saturday 21 … Continue reading
Work with visual artist and community arts worker Annabelle Collett in October and November this year The City of Tea Tree Gully commissions professional creative practitioners to work with our community members on a range of arts and cultural development … Continue reading
Contested Landscapes: natural and built environments undergoing change. Works by Robert Habel. Opening 2pm, Sunday 21 September. About the artist: Visual artist Robert Habel has been painting landscapes for over thirty years but not in the traditional sense. His practice … Continue reading
Gallery 1855 is entering the world of blogging to capture and archive our exhibitions and workshops. We have some amazing workshops coming soon. These workshops are open to the everyone to participate and create. We are thrilled to have artist … Continue reading
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