Melbourne, 28 Jul 2020 — 13 Sep 2020

28 Derby Street [PO Box 1183], Collingwood 3066

Now & Then II
- Group Exhibition

Featuring works from Australian Galleries artists; Rosalind Atkins, Sue Anderson, G.W. Bot, August Carpenter, Jazmina Cininas, Peter D. Cole, Danielle Creenaune, Angus Fisher, David Frazer, Dianne Fogwell, Graham Fransella, Kate Hudson, Kyoko Imazu,  Winsome Jobling, Hertha Kluge-Pott, Glenda Orr, Stephanie Jane Rampton and Ian Westacott.

Australian Galleries is delighted to present a vibrant collection of new works by contemporary Australian artists. This exhibition celebrates the power of art to inspire, connect and enliven its audience, emotionally and intellectually, unbound by physical parameters.

Now and Then features an extensive selection of fresh work straight from the artist’s studios; forces of creative productivity and positivity. Many of the works have been formed during this extraordinary time in solitude, and other key pieces from former eras, expanding the context and depth of this collection.

Each artist has a unique approach to creating original artworks and possesses both deft technical skill and a distinct visual aesthetic. Exploring myriad concepts and narratives across a wide variety of techniques including painting, drawing, various printmaking techniques, sculpture, mixed media and artist books. This dynamic exhibition will be transformative.



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