Home' Scoop Homes and Art : SHA 29 Winter 2011 Contents Holmes à Court Gallery
at Vasse Felix presents ...
NO FEAR – BIG, BOLD, BRASH & BEAUTIFUL
3 JUNE – 25 SEPTEMBER 2011
Revisiting the 80s in an exhibition of works from the
Janet Holmes à Court Collection.
Artists include: SYDNEY BALL, NOLA FARMAN, ROBERT JACKS,
MICHAEL JOHNSON, TIM JOHNSON, ROGER KEMP, DAVID LARWILL,
JOHN PEART, RIC VERMEY.
With a ‘pop up’ exhibition of DAVID CRUSE contemporary large
format photo prints available for sale. Professional photographer in
a previous life, David’s fascination with visual imagery has persisted
and his excitement with new digital technologies is evident in these
vibrant works which enter into surprising conversations with the
collection paintings on display.
Holmes à Court Gallery at Vasse Felix
Cnr Caves Rd & Harmans Rd South, Cowaramup
Gallery hours: Mon – Sun, 10am – 5pm
Closed Public Holidays, Free Admission
T 9218 4540 I E email@example.com
David Larwill Recent Scenes 1987 oil on canvas, diptych 1670 x 2740mm. Copyright the artist
David Cruse Never Hide 2010 digital print on acrylic 1200 x 1000mm, Powerhouse 2008 digital print on acrylic
1900 x 900mm, Containers #2 2009 digital print on canvas 2000 x 1080mm, Window 2009 digital print on
acrylic 2000 x 1270mm. (Details). Images courtesy the artist.
gallery’s choice ART
reflected in muted tones of citrus
and blue, creating an evocative,
Medium Mixed media on canvas
Size 120x120c m
Exhibition Margaret Woodward
June 26-July 31, 50 James
Road, Middle Swa n (08) 9274 3996,
20 GOOD HEART MID-WEST
ABORIGINAL ART EXHIBITION
Title Wundulgoo (Following
in the Footsteps) (ove r page)
Artist Dawn Ham lett is an award -
winning artist from Morawa, situated
in the north midlands area of WA.
The artwork More than 50
contemporary and traditional
Indigenous artists from WA’s mid-
west region will showcase more than
100 works in this community-based
project. Supported by Oakajee Port
and Rail, all works may be purchased,
with proceeds going to the artists.
Medium Acrylic on canvas
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