It's Not Just a Hobby

Ala Paredes, Alexandra Mills, Alexandra Tretiak, Bianca Schwaiger, Carla Heilig, Carrie Fraser, Chris Byrnes, Clare Hooper, Daniel Lopez Lomeli, Ebony Secombe, Freya Jobbins, Jake Graham, Jesse Wakenshaw, Jude Williams, Jugni, Karen Benton, Kate Dunn, Kim Shipton, Mahani Del Borrello, Marley Myles, Michele Rice, Neha Gupte, Shalayne Smith, Susannah Boothroyd, Thomas Thorby-Lister, Tiff Ferguson, Tracy Stirzaker
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
September
   
12
 -  
September
   
23
Being an artist is hard, all our love, time and energy can sometimes lead to a dead end.

INFORMATION

‘It’s not just a hobby’ is an exhibition by 27 artists at all stages of their creative journey showing us what they’ve got! Working in a wide range of mediums, from painting, textiles, sculpture and wearable art.

‘It’s not just a hobby’ is an exhibition by 27 artists at all stages of their creative journey showing us what they’ve got! Working in a wide range of mediums, from painting, textiles, sculpture and wearable art.

FEATURED  WORKS

Ala Paredes, Spring In the Garden of Time, 2014, Watercolour on cotton paper, 77 x 57 cm
Freya Jobbins, FALSEFACE #2, 2017 - 2018, plastic assemblage, plaster base, dimensions variable
Jesse Wakenshaw, Untitled, 2019, Photographic series self portrait 1 (series of 2), digital-media
Kate Dunn, Experimental Shoes, 2019, Polyurethane foam, silicone and spray paint on thrifted high heel, Dimensions variable
Kim Shipton, The Scenic Route, 2019, Textile Art (Wool and Silk), Dried Native Foliage, 82 x 101 cm
Marley Myles, Between awake and asleep, 2018, Hand stitched embroidery on linen, 24 x 17 cm
Mahani Del Borrello, Store Parking, 2018, Archival pigment print on photo rag, Edition of 6 + 1AP, 62 x 84 cm framed
Thomas Thorby-Lister, Untitled (Crumple 01), 2019, Synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 12 x 12 in
Tiff Fergusson, Screen Time (1/4), 2019, 3D modeled and rendered graphics printed on matt board and framed, 210 x 297 cm

OTHER  EXHIBITIONS