Finissage 15 June, 2-4pm with pay bar and artist discussions.
In the large gallery, Uproar features current works by artists who were original members of the ROAR Studios collective. ROAR Studios was an artist run space established in 1982 in Fitzroy. Now, more than 30 years later Uproar is a taste of what these artists are doing currently.
They have all continued to paint and exhibit – striking their own directions but coming together to collaborate in this exhibition. The ceramic artist Gordon Hickmott has produced beautiful large pieces for the group to decorate.
Featuring: Annie Howie, Pasquale Giardino, Tony Mighell, Danial Lalor Kogan, Richard Birmingham, Bruce Earles, Stephen McCarthy, Trevor Hoppen, Peter Ferguson,Andrew Ferguson, Mike Nicholls, Judi Singleton and Wayne Eager.
In the small gallery, Colourvision by Judi Singleton and Peter Ferguson will exhibit works on paper crossing the mediums of etching, silkscreen printing, and gouache.
These exhibitions are sponsored by Dalkeith Resources.
Image: Skyscraper (detail) by Trevor Hoppen, 2013, gouache on paper, 300 x 200mm; Still Life Composition 2 by Ann Howie, 2012, oil on linen, 120 x 180mm