Dimensions inspired by trip in Centrefold
ARTISTS Alice McLaughlin and Kym Connell’s exhibition Centrefold gives a unique view of central Australia to the people of Childers at its opening.
The gallery was filled with visitors who were treated to some interesting and amusing stories told by Ed Connell, Kym’s husband, who was the driver during the two artist’s six week trip to central Australia.
Guests were treated to entertainment by local musicians Bones & Co.
The exhibition features two and three dimensional artworks inspired by the landscapes they encountered during their trip.
The exhibition is a “must” for all locals to view.
The exhibition runs until May 29.
Gin Gin Courthouse Gallery is pleased to present Fire, an exhibition by the Gin Gin Fine Arts Society.
The exhibition features a collection of works in a medium of personal choosing.
The group’s desire was to continue with their interpretations of the Four Elements and have focussed on the element of Fire for this year.
Their challenge was to present artworks inspired by nature, manmade or anything else of ones imagination as long as it had a connection to Fire.
Annette’s Fire on show at the Centrefold exhibition.