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

Off Kilter

Beverley Iles, Elliott Haigh and Lorraine Spencer Pichette

12 – 27 JAN

OPENING FRI 11 JAN | 6PM

 

Off Kilter exhibits new and recent work by Beverley Iles, Elliott Haigh and Lorraine Spencer Pichette, specifically relating to environmental unbalance. The three artists respond to, investigate and endeavour to look at the salient and serious matters of the environment but with an element of humour or the bizarre. It’s about such issues such as climate change, human population, wildness areas and the impact on our natural world by urbanisation and industrialisation.

 

Divergence

Jim Gow and Kym Gow

2 – 17 FEB

OPENING FRI 1 FEB | 6PM

 

Divergence inspired by the ocean in its diverse forms award winning Husband and Wife team up to offer a unique exhibition combining Jim Gow’s photography talent of landscapes and Kym Gow’s artistic creations of a varied media from Oil Painting to Resin Art. The Photography captures the instant magic, while the seascapes richness of colour is captured in the Resin Artform.

 

Two Minds

Roderick Sprigg

23 FEB – 10 MARCH

OPENING FRI 22 FEB | 6PM

 

Two Minds by Roderick Sprigg is an exhibition intended to point the viewer to consider an inner dialogue of an unresolved memory.  Working from the notion that the gallery is often a quiet, reverential space, the audience meander past drawings, sculpture, installation, video and in some cases, invited to be invested in the works by participating.

Roderick Sprig Goldfish 9kt gold, resin, gold leaf. 15 x 5 x 1.5cm. 2018

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