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Dorothy A Davies

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April 2017 exhibitions

Jane Fontane
Jane Fontane, 'The Big Reveal', 2013, screen print on Arches 88 archival paper, 102 x 76cm
CHANCES WE TAKE
Jane Fontane

25th Mar > 13th May
Main Gallery

Primary colours and superhero dress-ups: What is expected of us as we ‘grow up’?  Where did we come from and how do we know where we are going?  Is it really ok to be the sum of strength as well as flaw?  Conceptual properties of screen-printing are linked to the formation of identity based on experiences as layers of the finished work, drawn together in an exploration as portraits, interactive games and installation.

 

 
Shoalhaven HSC Showcase
'Extrinsic Antagonist' Oriane Villiers, Ulladulla High School
BOW WOW!
Shoalhaven HSC Showcase

25th Mar > 15th Apr
Foyer Gallery, Access Gallery, East Gallery

BOW WOW is a professional exhibition of selected HSC visual art works from the Shoalhaven region. This exhibition aims to showcase the innovative subject matter and quality work produced by local HSC students.
The program is a joint project with the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre and the Department of Education and Communities.  Schools participating this year are Bomaderry High School, Kiama High School, Nowra Anglican College, Nowra High School, Shoalhaven High School, St John the Evangelist Catholic High School, UIladulla High School and Vincentia High School.

 
Jennifer McIntosh
Jennifer McIntosh, 'Saturday Morning, Katoomba Street'
ONCE LOCAL
Jennifer McIntosh

22nd Apr > 13th May
Foyer Gallery

Jennifer McIntosh is a local artist who works in a variety of media and genre and has the passion for sharing her love of art through teaching classes and workshops.  Living in the stunning NSW South Coast, and with a deep love for the Blue Mountains, Jennifer’s work is largely informed by these two diverse regions.

 

 
Keith Tubb
Keith Tubb, 'Fitzroy Falls'
NEW HORIZONS
Keith Tubb

22nd Apr > 13th May
Access Gallery

My wife and I emigrated to Australia in 2014 for family reasons.  We lived in Sydney before moving south to the Shoalhaven region.  We both fell in love with the area and knew immediately it was where we wanted to live.  My work in the UK and Europe has always been inspired by the landscape and an emotional response to it.  Moving to Australia I have been confronted with a totally different landscape but one which is equally inspiring.  New forms, colours and different light seems to suggest a whole new language.  This exhibition is a selection of works produced since moving to Australia and covers areas visited in Sydney and the Shoalhaven.

 
Leanne Harrison-Davies and Tracey Schramm
Tracey Schramm, 'Symphony'
BIOGRAPHIA
Leanne Harrison-Davies and Tracey Schramm

22nd Apr > 13th May
East Gallery

Tracey Schramm (photographer) and Leanne Harrison-Davies (painter) have exhibited together for the past six years. The two artists are drawn together by a common interest in natural forms as revealed by the poetry of light. Explored in this exhibition, is the landscape of a property located on Broughton Creek in the Shoalhaven. It is a location rich in both history and the influence of many inhabitants over time.