Humble House Gallery 93 Wollongong Street, Fyshwick ACT 26 August – 24 September 2023 Open Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm
This solo exhibition is a subversive take on the classic tropes, cultural icons and meta-narratives of Western Society, but with a humorous twist. The artists explores well-known myths and cultural idols with a whimsical eye.
Humble House Gallery 93 Wollongong St Fyshwick ACT Until 16 July 2023 Open Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm
This exhibition of works interpreted from the stories of the Brothers Grimm and other well-known fairy tales reflects the artist’s interest in narratives, symbols and metaphors and her exploration of the power of story.
Old Barn Gallery, 18 Beltana Road, Pialligo ACT Thursday 23 February – Sunday 26 February 2023 and Thursday 2 March – Sunday 5 March 2023 Open 10am – 4pm, free entry
In Harmony with Nature is a tribute to the group members’ passion for nature and desire to share its beauty with others.
The Magic of Artistry group was formed in May 2022 by four artists: Irina Bastrakova, Elena Bozhko-Marshall, Galina Amelina and Yuri Amelin. The work includes painting on canvas, photography, ceramics and semi-precious stones art.
An exhibition of new work Suki & Hugh Gallery 38A Gibraltar Street, Bungendore NSW 22 October to 27 November 2022
Best known for his still life oil paintings, Snowdon has entitled this exhibition Conversations because it alludes to the way inanimate objects relate to one other within still life compositions and can appear to take on a life of their own.
The Link, Ginninderry McClymont Way Strathnairn ACT Until 9 October 2022 Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun 10am-4pm
Two of Canberra’s well known and much loved artists join to present their complementary work in an exhibition of landscapes and native plants by Eva Henry and landscapes and fauna by Isla Patterson.
Eva’s finely rendered Australian native plants contrast with her vast landscapes, particularly of Central Australia. Isla’s paintings of landscapes as diverse as the Canberra region and Western Australia continue to delight audiences. In the exhibition she has also given us a number of charming paintings of magpies.
X Gallery 32 Gibraltar Street, Bungendore Until 31 January 2022
Kate Bender’s sumptuous roses fill the X Gallery space with their intense colour, their voluptuous shapes and their billowing fabric-like textures. This is an exhibition to delight flower lovers but also one that demonstrates the power of this artist to evoke not just the velvety, satiny touch of material but our own life memories.
Gallery partners Ray Barnett, Jenny Becker, Roz Dibley, Sue Grieves, Val Le Maitre, Janette McGuffog, Sukhvinder Saggu Marion Schumacher present an exhibition depicting birds in styles ranging from detailed biological to the whimsical, humorous and expressionistic.