Triple treat at Lawrence Wilson
THE Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery at UWA will be opening three exhibitions on Saturday.
Helen Britton: Interstices (running until April 15) is an exhibition showcasing 25 years of work from renowned Australian artist and one of the world’s leading contemporary jewellers, Helen Britton.
The exhibition is presented as part of the Perth International Arts Festival and will include new works that draw inspiration from WA’S coastline.
The Likeness, which runs until July 1, is a dynamic showcase of more than 100 years of Australian portraiture from the UWA’S Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art.
Works of Art from Warburton will be on display until July 18 and is an exhibition from the Berndt Museum and Warburton Arts Project that brings to Perth a selection of works from the community’s own collection.
Warburton is a remote Aboriginal community south of the Gibson Desert, in the centre of Ngaanyatjarra lands.
A piece from the Helen Britton: Interstices exhibition.