Nicole Welch at Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest
- Hill End: Seven Decades, 2017
4 March to 21 May
MAY SPACE: FOURTEEN
- group exhibition, 2017
1 to 25 March 2017
We now present MAY SPACE: FOURTEEN; an exhibition in which each represented artist presents a significant work that best displays their creativity and capabilities. This inaugural exhibition will give our audience, new and inherited, insight into the vision and orientation of this third incarnation.
Robert Boynes, Sybil Curtis, Todd Fuller, Ashleigh Garwood, James Guppy, Waratah Lahy, Melinda Le Guay, Al Munro, Carol Murphy, Mylyn Nguyen, Catherine O'Donnell, Leslie Oliver, Peter Tilley and Nicole Welch.
Mylyn Nguyen at Murray Art Museum Albury
- Found, 2017
24 January to 2 May
Ashleigh Garwood at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre
- Silver & Salt, 2016/17
17 December to 5 February
Al Munro at Newcastle Art Gallery
- Holding: Contemporary Fibre Art, 2016/17
26 November 2016 to 5 February 2017
While the word 'HOLDING' can allude to ideas of 'containing' and 'ownership', this group of artists will explore the notion of 'belonging' and 'home' through various textile mediums. Each artist will make a vessel referring to the notion of HOLDING while simultaneously creating structures will which create a rich visual experience.
Yeah. Cheers. Thanks a lot
- group exhibition, 2016
26 November to 24 December
"Yeah. Cheers. Thanks a lot" is an ode to Brenda May Gallery's time at 2 Danks Street. An ode to the relationships made, fostered and developed; to the hard times endured and the incredible times shared; to the many anniversaries, openings and events held and enjoyed; to the other galleries within the complex that have been our peers, neighbours and support group; and to the artists that transform the space every month into something original and exciting. With this vision in mind, this exhibition will feature new works by our Gallery artists, in admiration of their talent and in honour of how they have shaped the Gallery as it stands today. This good-bye to the current space is a celebration of what Brenda May Gallery and its artists have achieved under its roof before the Gallery moves onto new things… Yeah. Cheers. Thanks a lot.