Past Exhibitions


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Sat 04 Jun -

Sat 25 Jun

Main Gallery

​Mexican born, Lissa’s playground was her Mum’s Mexico City gallery, representing the works of Rivera, Siqueiros, Khalo and Zuniga. In 1982, Lissa emigrated to Australia with partner Andrew, both graphic designers, artists & musicians. The familiarity of Indigenous culture, synonymous too of flora and fauna, made her fall in love with her new home.
Totems and representations of nature and culture created in the Mexican ex-voto miracle style, gives thanks to the many events challenging the region the last few years: fires, floods and COVID.

Image: Lissa Barnum, Save the Animals Bus (detail)

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Creative Moments

Shoalhaven Woodcraft Society, Nowra Spinners & Weavers and Shoalhaven Potters

Sat 04 Jun -

Sat 25 Jun

Foyer, Access & East Gallery

This exhibition provides local artisans an opportunity to display their creative talents. 2022’s theme is ‘Earthborn’. Although the three mediums featured are very diverse, they complement each other, enhancing and enriching the viewing experience.

Image: Alan Stasiukynas, wooden mushroom earring holders, various timbers

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Sat 02 Apr -

Sat 28 May

Access and East Galleries

'These Stories Will be Different' brings together three of the artist’s most significant video installations, including The City of Ladies (with Elise McLeod) 2017, The Beehive 2018, and Stories of Kannagi 2019. Between them, these works reimagine a medieval feminist utopia, probe the unsolved murder of a high-profile anti-gentrification campaigner and explore the connections between love, loss, and language in diasporic communities in Australia.

Image: Zanny Begg, 'Stories of Kannagi' (still) 2019. Image courtesy of the artist

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MindScapes

Graham Blondel

Sat 02 Apr -

Sat 28 May

Main and Foyer Galleries

Graham Blondel’s abstract artworks have a diverse universal narrative derived from his domestic life, extensive travels, street art, his interest in all cultures, especially tribal and a love of art history. There are elements of Pop art and graphic street art in his works.

Image: Graham Blondel, 'Face Off' 2021, mixed media on wallpaper, 50 x 41.5cm

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New Horizons

Shoalhaven HSC Art

Sat 05 Mar -

Sat 26 Mar

Foyer, Access and East Galleries

An exhibition showcasing 2021 HSC Visual Arts from across the Shoalhaven, New Horizons presents exciting, innovative and high quality art in diverse mediums.

Image: Sidney Hall, Kiama High School, 'Infinitesimal Interactions'

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Illusions Aboard

Kanun Onsel

Sat 05 Feb -

Sat 26 Feb

Foyer Gallery

Illusions Aboard consists of a series of panels in a range of sizes, each with its own unique geometric patterns inspired by interpretations of angles and illusions on walls, buildings and architectural sites.
The panels use a combination of media to create geometric shapes and images, rich in texture and contrast. Kanun’s work is highly refined in finish, and is unique in the way it can be viewed from many angles and positions, catching the eye and allowing the viewer to form their own interpretation of the work.

Image: Kanun Onsel, 'Illusions Aboard Trio' 2021, mixed media, 3 x 25 x 25cm)

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Sat 05 Feb -

Sat 26 Feb

East Gallery

A project working with Shoalhaven primary schools and community members to look at the way Australian bushland responds to fire, in particular the regeneration that occurs in Australian bushland after bushfires.

Image: Regenerate, Installation Orange Regional Museum

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Sat 05 Feb -

Sat 26 Feb

Access Gallery

The exhibition illustrates personal and universal evocations exploring power, lust, greed, pleasure, guilt and emotional, spiritual and physical deprivation and highlights the artist's ongoing interest in hybrid dialogues between art history and psychological phenomenons.

Image: Louisa Chircop, 'Nebuchadnezzar Tree Dreaming (series)' mixed media on paper, 50cm x 40cm

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Sat 05 Feb -

Sat 26 Mar

Main Gallery

Prominent Sydney artist Peter Sharp presents forty ‘plein air’ paintings selected from his practice over the past thirty years. These works reflect the artist’s travels around regional and remote Australia and have become part of his ‘toolkit’ for larger abstract works. In situ Photographs of the painted view illuminate the artist’s process of capturing the essence of the landscapes with which he engages.

Image: Peter Sharp, Wash A Woman's Beach 2019, acrylic on board

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The Reef

Australian Chamber Orchestra

Sat 20 Nov -

Sat 29 Jan

East Gallery

The Reef, a collaboration between Richard Tognetti and a collection of remarkable artists, is an extraordinary merging of music and film, delving into the links between surfing, the ocean, landscape and music.

Image: A still from 'The Reef.' © 2012 ABC

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Sea Gods

Ashley Jones-Evans

Sat 20 Nov -

Sat 29 Jan

Main, Foyer and Access Galleries

In more than 40 portraits of Australian surfing identities, shot between 1997 and 1999 for the book Sea Gods, award winning photographer Ashley Jones-Evans has created a pantheon of gods; a photographic collection of heroes and trailblazers who made Australian surfing history.

Image: Ashley Jones-Evans, 'Wayne Lynch'

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Sat 04 Sep -

Sat 06 Nov

North Gallery

Alongside the Archibald Prize 2020, the Gallery will be displaying a local Young Archie Competition! Over 30 portraits from artists aged 5 to 18 years will be on show in the North Gallery. These portraits are of people who are special to them - someone who plays a significant role in their life.

Image: Sophia Ward, 'Dad out of Habitat' (detail)

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Sat 04 Sep -

Sat 06 Nov

All Galleries

Awarded to the best portrait, ‘preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in art, letters, science or politics, painted by any artist resident in Australasia’, the Archibald Prize is a who’s who of Australian culture, from politicians to celebrities and from sporting heroes to artists.

Image: Winner Archibald Prize 2020, Vincent Namatjira, 'Stand strong for who you are', (detail) acrylic on linen, 152 x 198 cm. © the artist. Photo: AGNSW, Mim Stirling. Sitter: Adam Goodes - former professional Australian rules footballer

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Point of Reference

Jeanette Stok

Sat 10 Jul -

Sat 28 Aug

East Gallery

Over the last decade Brisbane based artist Jeanette Stok has been modifying traditional embroidery techniques for use with alternative materials. These non-textile materials allow her to create unusual patterns that are impossible with a needle and thread. They also encourage a reflection of the way identity and perspective is shaped through culture, adaptation and repetitive actions.

Image: Jeanette Stok, 'Vault' aluminium, plastic gutter guard, soft garden tie and wire, 250 x 90 x 135cm. Photograph by Joseph Burgess

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Present Tense

Adrian Baiada & Bonnie Porter Greene

Sat 10 Jul -

Sat 28 Aug

Access Gallery

Present Tense is an exploration of the tension experienced throughout Shoalhaven landscapes that once were spaces of reprieve, escape and personal regeneration for the artists, but now embody a type of traumatisation due to recent unprecedented bush fires.

Image: L: Adrian Baiada R: Bonnie Porter Greene

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A Quiet Place

Keith Tubb

Sat 10 Jul -

Sat 28 Aug

Foyer Gallery

The work in this exhibition was inspired by the artist's visits to the Botanic Garden in Booderee National Park. First visiting the garden around five years ago, he immediately felt a strong connection to the place. The atmosphere was very special and evoked many feelings, one of which was that childhood sense of wonder of being in a strange and magical place. The title refers not only to the physical place but also to that quiet place in the mind.

Image: Keith Tubb, 'Booderee Botanic Garden 3' 2021, acrylic and charcoal on paper, 57 x 83cm

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Songbird

Michelle Cawthorn

Sat 10 Jul -

Sat 28 Aug

Main Gallery

Within her practice, Sydney based artist Michelle Cawthorn engages with memory as an agent of creativity in artistic practice. For the exhibition 'Songbird', the artist considers the ways that birdsong can link memory with place through a series of drawing and collage works that offer a visual expression of her aural experience, both past and present.

Image: Michelle Cawthorn, 'Interloper' 2021, Archival ink, Indian ink, paper collage and acrylic on Hahnemühle paper, 108 x 156 cm (detail)

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Sat 12 Jun -

Sat 03 Jul

Main Gallery

Ozquilt Network Inc is pleased to present Art Quilt Australia 2021, a biennial exhibition showcasing the very best of contemporary art quilt making in Australia.
Art quilts are defined as stitched and layered textiles and have been described by Dr Sam Bowker, Senior Lecturer in Art History & Visual Culture at Charles Sturt University as “complex surfaces shaped by the interplay of intriguing materials. More than images they are sculptural –”

Image: Neroli Henderson, 'Whitewash' (detail). Winner of the OzQuilt Network ‘Award of Excellence’ 2019, 94.5 x 63cm

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Sat 17 Apr -

Sat 05 Jun

East Gallery

1000 Colours for Lalita is a work made in response to the trauma Anna Nangle experienced living through the recent bushfires. For this exhibition she has created a freestanding room built to contain a mystic, power diagram of coloured, painted squares. The colours spatialise the text of an ancient Indian Sanskrit prayer, The Lalita Sahasranama. The work is influenced by both the minimalist colour field painting of the 1960’s and 70’s and Indian Tantric paintings.

Image: Anna Nangle, 'Preparatory Sketch' (detail) gouache and pencil on paper

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Sat 17 Apr -

Sat 05 Jun

Access Gallery

Shoalhaven Mental Health Fellowship and Shoalhaven Health and Arts present a biennial open art competition that helps to raise awareness of mental health and illness in the Shoalhaven region. The theme for 2021 is ‘Tuning In’ be it to the planet, wildlife, people or things of significance.

Image: 2019 Winning work: Vernon Wright, 'Aboriginal Family Tree'

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Spaces in Between

Virginia Coventry & Jan King

Sat 17 Apr -

Sat 05 Jun

Main and Foyer Galleries

Spaces in Between explores the world of two of Australia’s most accomplished artists, both of whom have been developing their art over the last 50 years. While both King and Coventry’s art is abstract and at first glance seems very different, they are in fact very close in their approach the art making; both responding to light and space.

Image: L: Jan King, 'Triad' R: Virginia Coventry, 'Vertere (to turn)'

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Sat 13 Mar -

Sat 10 Apr

East Gallery

Judith Reardon explores the masternarrative of coloniser denial running through the discursive spaces of our society, and the moral choices we make in our daily lives which uphold the narrative. Her work examines the structures of colonialism which continue to deny Aboriginal peoples their rightful place in our shared history, and a voice in managing the land.

Image: Judith Reardon, 'Infinite Traces of History and a Tailwind of Privilege #4' (detail), 2019, hand tinted ink jet print on cotton rag, 60 x 40 cm

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Nature Re Balancing

Claire Cavanna & Caroline McIntyre

Sat 13 Mar -

Sat 10 Apr

Access Gallery

This exhibition presents a positive view of the recent catastrophic events experienced by our environment. Inspired by the resilience of nature from the effects of fire and impact of COVID19, their works address the emergence of growth through adapting to change.

Image: L: Claire Cavanna, 'Rhythm of the land nature rebalancing: A tenuous grasp', 2020 (detail) R: Caroline McIntyre, 'Deep Water', 2020 (detail)

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Memory

Julie Love

Sat 13 Mar -

Sat 10 Apr

Foyer Gallery

An exhibition of small sculptures made from everyday materials, used to create forms which can be subjectively interpreted to explore ideas of memory. Links to the past are formed, new concepts come to mind, the past has more meaning, energy and content.

Image: Julie Love, 'Lament' (detail), bronze, lead, cedar and steel, 23 x 7.5 x 7.5cm

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Sat 13 Mar -

Sat 10 Apr

Main Gallery

Over an illustrious 50-year career John Downton has established himself as a leading artist of the area with his stunning oil paintings, and was awarded the Order of Australia in 2017 in recognition of his valuable contribution to Australian art. This exhibitions celebrates his achievements through a survey of his works depicting landscapes of the Shoalhaven.

Image: John Downton, 'The Season for Rain' (detail), oil on canvas, 40.6 x 61cm

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Coming up for Breath

Lizzie Buckmaster Dove

Sat 06 Feb -

Sat 06 Mar

Main Gallery

Coming up for Breath is an immersive installation inspired by the daily laps the artist swims in her local sea pool. The work contemplates breath, water and being, manifesting a space separate from the unrelenting narrative of the news cycle, feeding us minute by minute updates of covid, bush fire, flood, political one-upmanship, catastrophe.

Image: Lizzie Buckmaster Dove, 'Coming up for Breath' 2020 (detail), video, silk chiffon, cotton voile, approx 11.3 x 4.5m

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WONDER + DREAD

Art in the Land of Weather Extremes

Sat 12 Dec -

Sat 30 Jan

All Galleries

Against a backdrop of increasingly frequent severe weather events, WONDER + DREAD: Art in the Land of Weather Extremes is an ambitious group exhibition of Australian artists. It places historical works alongside contemporary works and new commissions to create a thoughtful and nuanced survey of how artists have responded to severe weather across time.

Image: Sidney Nolan, Untitled (calf carcass in tree) 1952, archival inkjet print, 23 x 23 cm

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Truth in Fire

Tim Georgeson and Amanda Jane Reynolds

Fri 11 Dec -

Sat 30 Jan

Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) Popup Gallery, 43 Kinghorne St, Nowra

The ACP, with the support of the Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, is pleased to present Truth in Fire a project by Tim Georgeson and Amanda Jane Reynolds that responds to the catastrophic bushfires of 2019-20. Filmmaker and photographer Georgeson along with Reynolds, a Guringai artist living on the South Coast, have collaborated with Firesticks Alliance and Indigenous knowledge holders to produce inter-related components, stills, moving image, sound installation and objects, to communicate the complexity and ferocity of this natural disaster.

Image: Tim Georgeson, 'Untitled', from the 'Truth in Fire' series, 2020

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the TERRA within

Curated by Warwick Keen

Sat 10 Oct -

Sat 05 Dec

Main and Foyer Gallery

the TERRA within is a major exhibition exploring the themes impact and survival in relation to the 250th Anniversary of Cook’s voyage to the east coast of Australia, featuring powerful artworks by more than 30 Indigenous artists.

It addresses the impacts of the past 250 years of colonisation and celebrates the survival of the oldest living culture in the world. Drawing from artists across Australia, with a particular focus on South Coast voices, this exhibition brings together traditional and contemporary art, exploring the multitude of experiences and perspectives of this significant anniversary. It acknowledges the trauma, brings new and different voices to light and provides a place to celebrate the continuation of culture, knowledge and connection to country.

Image: Teena McCarthy, 'Sorrow' (detail) 2018, inkjet on silk cloth, 146 x 90cm, Courtesy of the Artist

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Sat 10 Oct -

Sat 05 Dec

East Gallery

Beth Norling's work responds to loss and absence. It hopes to widen the gaze, to look deeply into the things that we instinctively may want to shy away from, so that we can collectively grieve and hopefully move forward with greater compassion and wisdom.

Image: Beth Norling, 'Begging Bowls/burnt offerings', ash, bread dough. Copyright the artist and Silversalt Photography

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Sat 10 Oct -

Sat 05 Dec

Access Gallery

Shoalhaven based artist Vivien Tanner is widely recognised for her award winning paintings of picturesque landscapes. This exhibition investigates another important element of her practice, abstracted explorations of landscape and form which aim to capture the true essence of a scene.

Image: Vivien Tanner, Meander, mixed media on canvas, 76 x 92cm

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Gifted

Works from the Birkett Weatherhead Collection

Sat 12 Sep -

Sat 03 Oct

Main Gallery

This exhibition presents a selection of works from a major gift from local collectors and philanthropists Jim Birkett and Roy Weatherhead. Their personal collection includes paintings, sculpture and textile works with a focus on contemporary Australian artists and works from South East Asia.

Image: Warwick Keen, VOYUER, 2007 - 2009, acrylic on canvas, 170 x 260cm

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Creative Moments

Shoalhaven Woodcraft Society, Nowra Spinners & Weavers and Shoalhaven Potters

Sat 12 Sep -

Sat 03 Oct

Foyer, Access and East Galleries

This local, non-competitive exhibition provides an opportunity for local artisans to share their gifts and talents with others, extending their enjoyment in their craft. This year’s exhibition responds to the theme ‘Out of the Ashes’.

Image: Out of the Ashes: Pot by Clair Bruton, Light by Alan Stasiukynas

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Shaken II

Bernard McGrath

Tue 16 Jun -

Sat 05 Sep

Access and East Gallery

Bernard McGrath discovered a passion for painting after undergoing deep brain stimulation to alleviate his Parkinson’s symptoms. Previously a real estate agent, he now works compulsively in a range of Abstract Expressionist styles.

Image: Bernard McGrath, Shoalhaven River, 2020, acrylic on canvas, 90 x 90cm

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An Unending Shadow

Ann and Sophie Cape

Tue 16 Jun -

Sat 05 Sep

Main and Foyer Gallery

An Unending Shadow is an exhibition of artworks by prominent Australian mother and daughter artists, Ann and Sophie Cape. Together they have made new artworks in response to their shared experiences of having a relative living with dementia and its impact on their day-to-day lives and artistic practices.

Image: Ann and Sophie Cape

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Suburbia

Rob Howe, Kevin McKay, Lucy O’Doherty, Zuza Zochowski

Sat 15 Feb -

Sat 07 Mar

Main Gallery

In this exhibition four artists come together to explore what the Great Australian Dream looks like through different eyes. From urban scapes with industrial and commercial buildings, to idiosyncratic depictions of post war architecture and suburban streetscapes that could be anywhere. As they reflect on their own experience of home, community and place, these works reflect back to the viewer our own nostalgia, formed through popular culture and personal experience.

Image: Lucy O'Doherty, ‘TV glow (fire on the news)’

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New Horizons

Shoalhaven HSC Art

Sat 15 Feb -

Sat 07 Mar

Foyer, Access and East Galleries

An exhibition showcasing 2019 HSC Visual Arts from across the Shoalhaven. NEW HORIZONS present; exciting, innovative and high quality art in diverse mediums. Shoalhaven Regional Gallery is proud to continue an ongoing partnership with the Department of Education and Communities. Schools participating this year are Bomaderry High School, Kiama High School, Nowra Anglican College, Nowra Christian School, Nowra High School, Shoalhaven High School, St John the Evangelist Catholic High School, Ulladulla High School and Vincentia High School.

Image: Lara Jamieson, St Johns Catholic High School, Monachopsis (detail)

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Draw

Linda Dening Student Exhibition 2019

Fri 13 Dec -

Sat 11 Jan

North Gallery

This exhibition presents works from three groups studying under Linda Dening - from beginners to advanced. The show is a culmination of examples of class exercises over the year, which range from structured learning to individual interpretation of the lessons.

Image: Examples of student works

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Altered States

Tamara Dean & Nicole Welch

Sat 30 Nov -

Sat 08 Feb

All galleries

Altered States explores Australian identity and our changing relationship with our environment through photographs of the Australian Landscape which have been modified by the hand of the artist. By adjusting the expected vista, with the addition of foreign objects, figures or projections, these artists cause us to look twice at their works and question the land we inhabit and how we relate to it, now and throughout history.

Image: Tamara Dean - Messmate Stringybark, Nicole Welch - Apparition I

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Blind Radius II

Sally McKay

Sat 12 Oct -

Sat 07 Dec

North Gallery

Sally McKay’s exhibition celebrates the things that exist in our local environments that we see every day, yet are totally unaware of. The artist brings her unique perspective to these natural and wonderful objects, opening viewers’ minds to the beauty and mystery that surrounds us at all times – and that we can discover too if we only look hard enough.

Image: Sally McKay, Dentelle Bleuet

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Two Rivers

Michelle Hiscock

Sat 05 Oct -

Sat 23 Nov

East Gallery

A series of works juxtaposing impressions of the Shoalhaven River with the MacDonald River, a tributary of the Hawkesbury. After a residency at St Albans Michelle was inspired to return to the more familiar Shoalhaven sites with a new awareness of the historical narrative to record the mood and atmosphere and discover what lies beneath the surface of appearances.

Image: Michelle Hiscock, Before the Storm

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ephemeral

Greer Taylor

Sat 05 Oct -

Sat 23 Nov

Access Gallery

These works are a response to a moment in time in the cycle of life in a wild place.
Nature is engrossed in an ever-becoming cycle and these works intercept that cycle, if only for a moment.

Image: Greer Taylor, Crushed wattle flowers on pebble in dry river bed

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Sat 05 Oct -

Sat 23 Nov

Main and Foyer Galleries

NOW Contemporary Art Prize aims to inspire artists to consider contemporary art as more than something created recently, and to reflect on the ways contemporary art has, and continues to, push boundaries and comment on our world and the artist’s place in it. This year’s selected artworks will respond to the exhibition theme "pushes boundaries, responds to our world, is dynamic and personal"


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Iyanla

Paula do Prado

Sat 07 Sep -

Sat 28 Sep

Main Gallery

Iya-nla means big mother. Using laborious techniques such as crochet and hand beading, Paula combines domestic cloths passed down from women in her family with recycled fabrics and yarns. The works function as sensorial triggers to explore the intersections of Paula’s family history with the Atlantic slave trade, colonisation and migration.

Image: Paula Do Prado, 'Armour'

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Creative Moments

Shoalhaven Woodcraft Society, Nowra Spinners & Weavers and Shoalhaven Potters

Sat 07 Sep -

Sat 28 Sep

Foyer, Access & East Galleries

This local, non-competitive exhibition provides an opportunity for local artisans to share their gifts and talents with others, extending their enjoyment in their craft. This year’s exhibition responds to the theme ‘Field and Forest’.

Image: Denise Stevens, 'Bracket Fungi'

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Shoalhaven Art Society

54th Annual Open Art Competition

Sat 03 Aug -

Sat 31 Aug

All Galleries

This large annual exhibition, coordinated by Shoalhaven Art Society, draws entries Australia wide, with a particular focus on local talent. The exhibition explores painting in all its forms and invites a large variety of subject matter. A number of prizes are awarded, including a junior section for artists between the ages of 14 - 18. All works are for sale in this unique showcase of talented artists.

Image: Mark Davis 'Resurrection'

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Unspoken Words

Penny Lovelock

Sat 08 Jun -

Sat 27 Jul

Foyer Gallery

Unspoken Words is a series of figurative paintings and drawings which explore an emotional response to the female form and the landscape. An imagined narrative is entwined in the landscape and a recurring theme of animals, music, and women run through the works. The imaginary joins reality in this quirky, illustrative exhibition. The artist’s technique of using a limited colour palette helps to create an underlying sense that we are all alone in some way, that there is a secret part of us that no one knows.

Image: Market Day, Penny Lovelock

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The Forest

Franc Hancock

Sat 08 Jun -

Sat 27 Jul

East Gallery

The Forest stands quietly in the Gallery space, reminiscent of a forest after a fire or the stillness found during an early morning bush walk. An installation of freestanding Sumi Ink and paper tubes 2 metres high form a forest. This exhibition highlights Hancock’s concerns regarding deforestation and the subsequent loss of rainfall associated with the practice of clear felling. These works of immense beauty create a moving memorial to the lost Great Forests of the planet.

Image: Trees for the Forest by Franc Hancock

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Shoalhaven Mental Health Fellowship

Biennial Open Art Competition

Sat 08 Jun -

Sat 27 Jul

Access Gallery

A biennial open art competition that helps to raise awareness of mental health and illness in the Shoalhaven region. This competition is open to all living in the Shoalhaven region regardless of having a mental illness or not. The aim is to reduce prejudice, discrimination and stigma in the community and create hope for persons with any mental health issues. The theme for 2019, Vital Connections highlights the importance of people and connections in personal recoveries .

Image: Tracy Davis, 2014

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Off the Beaten Track

Donna Caffrey, Margaret Gollen, Prue Hill, Linda Taglieri and Diana Thomas

Sat 08 Jun -

Sat 27 Jul

Main Gallery

Five textile artists interpret the theme Off the Beaten Track, providing a starting point from which the concept of difference can be explored. The works produced have historical and contemporary references. Some artists use unusual techniques in a traditional manner, while others use traditional techniques in unusual ways.

Image: Linda Taglieri, Castle Wall