Saturday, September 26, 2015

Reminders Exhibitions and Planning

Latest Exhibition Openings 

Opening Speeches
Until the 1st of November there are the following Exhibitions running at The Gawler Community Gallery.
Melinda Radus and Sue Broady present ‘Spectrum’.


by sue Broady

by melinda Radus
This is a first for Mother and Daughter, putting together a shared exhibition at the Gawler Community Gallery. Originally from the USA, they are now local, from Sampson Flat. (and yes they were affected by the fires last summer). 
by Melinda Radus
They will exhibit paintings in a variety of mediums and styles, covering several themes.
There will be lovely animals in Charcoal, flowers in Watercolour and more. 
by Sue Broady
Art runs in the family, as along with her Mother, Melinda’s Grandmother and an Aunt are also artists. We wish them well as we do all our participating artists.


Again we welcome Textile Artist, Yvonne Jaunay from ‘Murray Bridge’.
Her exhibition titled "Cloth, Paper +" is in the “Red Hen” room at the Gallery, this time her work will include felting, silk printing, dye-ing, some prints, paper items and Jewelry relating to the title. Such talent and diversity needs to be seen. Yvonne has studied these mediums, at Marden College, and others in the Adelaide area, as well as interstate.

The Textplorer group
'Texplorers' is a group of ten Textile Artists from in and around Gawler, they present “Out of the Blue”, showing a variety of pieces resulting from a day of' Indigo dye-ing of fabric and threads', using many time-honoured techniques. 

Textplorer Exhibition
They have produced very interesting patterns and designs. There are wall-hangings, canvasses, scarves, cushions, cards, covered journals and much more, all following the ”blue” theme.

Local artist Clue, is celebrating 10 years of exhibiting at the ‘Gawler Community Gallery’.

Carol Clue 
 This latest exhibition of hers titled ‘Salmagundi’, aptly describes her versatility in the Arts, as it means ‘A medley of anything. 
She will present several works in various art mediums with a percentage of sales being donated to Carol’s favourite charity the ‘RFDS’ - ‘Royal Flying Doctor Service’. 
Congratulations Carol on 10 years supporting the arts at the Gawler Community Gallery.