OPENING THIS FRIDAY, DRINKS 6-9PM:
Warble by Mia Emily Freeman.
The Magpie is considered one of Australia’s most gifted song birds. It’s warble highlights the often unseen, passed by, and overlooked, beauty found is Australian flora and fauna. Warble aims to draw our attention back in to the natural world, raising awareness and appreciation for our native wildlife and plants.
ALSO OPEING FRIDAY 16 NOVEMBER:
Nephelokokkygia by Michele Grimston, Helen Seiver and Claire Pendrigh.
Oblique Strategies by Tarn Watkinson.
Sêula by Eric
Space to Consider Absence by Amy Cornall
Urban Geometry by Steve Day
All exhibition current 16 November - 2 December 2018.
Image: Mia Emily Freeman, ‘Warbles from within the wattle’, pressed flowers, resin, gouache, acrylic, ink, watercolour, and pencil, 19.8x30cm