THE MOORES BUILDING CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY

46 Henry Street, Fremantle

Gallery hours: Mon – Sun, 10am – 4pm

Free Admission, managed by Fremantle Arts Centre

T 9335 3519

moores.org.au

richiek@fremantle.wa.gov.au

Lucy Henry

Dog beach 2017

Clay 24 x 18 x 45cm 2017

Lorelei Ammon

The Prince 2017

Acrylic on canvas, 75 x 75cm

Jillian Kurz

Wetland #1 2018

Acrylic on canvas, 90 x 85cm. 2018

 

Robyn Varpins

Magnetic Island 2017

oil on canvas, 91 x 91cm, 2017.

 

Katie Glaskin

28 APRIL – 13 MAy

OPENING THURS 27 APRIL | 6PM

 

Scent of a Falling Dark by Katie Glaskin is paintings and linocuts focused on the thylacine (Tasmanian tiger) to explore the theme of extinction. Emblematically, the thylacine stands between a deep historical past and uncertain species futures.

 

 

Lindsay Walsh

4 – 11 MAY | OPENING FRI 4 MAY  6PM

 

Lindsay Walsh a Masters candidate from the USA studying in WA presents an installation based upon her thesis were art meets science.

 

 

Lorelei Ammon ,Ryan Ammon

19 MAY - 3 JUNE | OPENING FRI 18 MAY  6PM

 

Life is a Tapestry of Moments is the pairing of large acrylic paintings by Lorelei Ammon with fine-art photographic prints by Ryan Ammon sized to each painting. Ryan’s photographic work offers a reinterpretation of Lorelei’s original pieces inspired by her encounter with cancer survival and the on going journey.

 

 

 

Songs of land and sea

9 - 24 JUNE | OPENING FRI 8 JUNE 6PM

 

Songs of land and sea is an integrated exhibition of sculptural clay objects and paintings inspired by the oceans and landscape. The exhibition features a small group of local artists including Robyn Varpins, Jillian Kurz, Kate Stevens and Lucy Henry whose work ranges from abstract through to realistic, and some a little whimsical.

 

Katie Glaskin, Elergy

Acrylic and gesso on canvas, 92 x 122cm, 2017

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