Artists Julia Price and Sidney Somerville-Smith - 26 November 2019 – 24 January 2020
Julia Price was born in Perth, W.A. in 1928 and resides between Warragul & Korumburra. Painting for over 50 years she enjoys making art statements about world incidents, humanity, understanding and reflecting on perspectives of all peoples. Influences also include Aboriginal philosophy of mother earth and the integration of nature where her feelings and artwork originate and continue to inspire.
Sidney Somerville-Smith was born in Queensland in 1951. Sidney has had a lifelong involvement with the arts in many different forms. Sidney has travelled extensively and worked in the studios of various artists in Australia and abroad. As well as being a retrospective, this exhibition contains new work from recent trips to France and The Republic of Georgia. Sidney would also like to acknowledge and sincerely thank his mother-in-law Julia for inviting him to join her in this exhibition.
Artist David Alldridge - 29 January - 28 February 2020
Self-trained Hazelwood North artist David Alldridge uses a variety of mediums to caputre his country Australian life experience. With a strong compositional eye and outstanding realist technique, his creations detail the flora, fauna, landscape and portraits that inspire him.
Studio visits and commissions are welcomed contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org
An exhibition of painting and prints by Russell Lilford - 3 March - 3 April 2020
The world at large has become a very polarized place, people's beliefs are forefront to their attitudes towards the planet. By using iconic myths such as Angels, I have attempted to paint a different light on the social language of myth. In the process of making this work my notions of the spiritual has been challenged, the mystical has unravelled to leave a singularity to which a visual iconic myth is secondary to a twisted metaphor. My ideas around truth are laid to waste by distorted realities and concepts of god. The creative process is the extension of my being, colour, pattern and rhythm announce the painted sound of my expression.