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Bachelor of Visual Arts from the
University of Western Sydney in
1993 and an MFA from the
University of NSW in 1999. He
has returned from recent solo
exhibitions in New Zealand, the
Netherlands and the UK, and most
rece ntly pa r ticipated in a g roup
exhibition, No Name Station, in China.
The artwork The Cell is a huge
inflatable structure, decorated
both inside a nd out with Bro oke’s
hallmark Wiradjuri-op designs.
Visitors must don a patterned
cos tum e bef ore crawling thro ugh a
tunnel into its patterned, cushioned
and very bouncy interior.
Exhibition The Cell
July 9-August 21, Perth Cultu ral
Cen tre, James Street, Nor thbridge
(08) 9228 6300, pica.org.au .
and has been featured in several
documentaries. He is a Nomad
Two Worlds collabora tor an d work s
closely with Indigenous kids on art
projects in the Kimberley.
The artwork This work depicts the
stunning Kimberley environment.
Using vibran t colour s a nd lines to
create a sense of movement, Edwin
captures the vitality of the landscape.
Medium Acr ylics a nd och re
blends on linen
Exhibition Ngalimbah: A Journ ey
July 20-30, 22 Carnarvon
Street, Broome (08) 9193 5633,
31 PERTH INSTITUTE OF
Title The Cell
Artist Brooke Andrew was born
in Sydney in 1970, and received a
Title The Seekers
Artist West Australian artist Tosh
enjoys painting with humour, creating
works that dance between a sense
of narrative and the surreal. His
paintings explore the paradoxical
na ture of our existe nce a nd how it
inform s our cultu re a nd belief s.
The artwork We are all seeking.
The ways in which we endeavour to
give meaning to our lives are many
and varied. This metaphorical image
seems to imply we are all cast adrift
in the same boat, peering into the
night, looking for solid ground .
Medium Acr ylic on ca nvas
On display at Jahroc Galle ries:
83 Bussell Highway, Ma rgaret River
(08) 9758 7200, jahroc.com.a u,
tosh .com. au .
33 VENN GALLERY
Title Form 2 (17 hrs, 12 mins,
9 secs) (over page)
Artist Tane Andrews is an emerging
West Australian ar tist who has
exhibited na tio nally since gra d uating
from Curtin University in 2007. His
work is held in collections at the Art
Gallery of Western Australia and the
John Curtin Gallery.
The artwork This piece continues
the artist’s fascination with botanical
illustration, repetition, mortality
and the passage of time. Utilising
his signature technique of rendering,
Tane uses thousands of tiny dots
to create images of specimens in
metamorphosis or various stages
of life and death. Each work can take
the artist many months to complete.
Medium Ink and pencil on paper
July 15-August 12 , 16 Queen Street,
Perth (08) 9481 5635, venn .net.
34 WA MUSEUM
Title John Butler (ove r page)
Artist Cam Inniss is one of 35
WA-based photographers who were
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