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These two are photographs of some still life set ups that I Anne Warren have yet to attempt. I’m liking the one on the left but not the one on the right. My rooms are currently full of borrowed bottles, jugs, vases from friends and neighbours for me to paint.
Stockroom Selection Exhibition
From August this year Cambridge Studio Gallery is starting the first of our new stockroom exhibitions. We have selected works from artists that have had a history with the gallery as well as promoting some interesting new artists. There will be an eclectic selection of paintings, sculpture, jewellery and a few surprises!
While the gallery’s business model still represents artists by providing space for their exhibitions, we will be value adding to the viewer experience by dedicating the upstairs gallery space to the Stockroom Selection. Works will be displayed in a less formal “salon-hang” that allows clients to purchase and take home works on the day.
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Congratulations to Cambridge for their first stockroom exhibition and best wishes to Ness for her upcoming solo exhibition.
The MCOLLECTION Art Award is a competition created and independently run by The MCollection, a Melbourne based, contemporary Australian Art Collective.
The aim of the MCollection Award is to encourage unrepresented Victorian artists and support the
Melbourne art community.
The award consists of a $7,000 cash prize, for the winning entrant and an art supplies
incentive for runner up.
Congratulations to Anne for being shortlisted for her piece Totem Poles – The things that spoke.
Kathy Siganakis was one of the participants from this exhibition and is of course a member of the Out of the Box group of Artists.
Here are two representational painted images where Kathy has responded to the title of the exhibition ‘Love, Life and Laughter’.
The third image was a response to our group name where each member made or painted a box.
The Out of the Box group are currently meeting and discussing our 2015 exhibition titled ‘Seven’.