Join Studio 281 with an exhibition alongside artist Candy Love as she shares her story of overcoming her fight against depression and anxiety through the exploration of creativity and abstract art .
Candy's oeuvre of art is an open dialogue that portrays her inner-journey from her very first painting through to the large vibrant and uplifting canvas she uses to express her soul and her emotions.
The series is a retrospect that reveals Candy's growth as a person and artist, while also sharing a powerful message for others, especially those who are going through hard times, the importance of self acceptance, self love and living an inspired life.
Event starts at 7pm with drinks and nibbles provided. Hear Candy Love share her story at 7:30pm.
About the Artist:
Candy is a self taught abstract artist who began painting in July 2015 as a way to deal with depression and anxiety as a result of unexplained seizures. She used painting as a way to connect to herself on a deeper layer, as a form of meditation and therapy. She has continued to paint ever since and with time her paintings have evolved in the message they each share to uplift and inspire others to connect to themselves and their creativity. She uses acrylic on large canvas with bright striking colours and loves that each person can interpret and see something completely different in each painting. In a time when she felt out of control in her life, abstract painting enabled her a safe space to not have to try and control anything, to connect to the brush and let her soul express what she was feeling and to let it move through her. This exhibition has been a vision of hers for more then 12 months and is a timeline of her paintings and the journey she has been on from the very first painting she did nearly three years ago, to one she is working on leading up to the exhibition. This is more then a exhibition, this is a story of transformation, self acceptance and finding yourself through creativity.
On the 2nd June, Join us again for MERAKI volume 5- a collaborative exhibition featuring a group of amazing new artists! The night will feature a multitude of works across a variety of mediums, beautifully curated to showcase the unique identities of each individual artist.
Karen Chappelow "An Artist's Journey"
Katey Cunliffe Artist
Sofia Sofia Spirtovas
Zee Van G @underthezee
Exhibition runs till 30th June
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1113683422108208/
“Encapsulating the beauty of the male form, Richard Matias is an accomplished photographer from Perth that has works in the Top 50 category for the Photographer of the year 2017 and have also been featured in publications for DNA magazine and swimwear companies like Marcuse- to name a few.
Showcasing handsome, sculpted models, Matias depicts the very essence of pristine male masculinity. Through his photographs, Matias captures the youthful resplendence of his subjects, preserving the natural, transient beauty they have.
Having established a strong following, and support from the LGBT community (?), Matias recently launched Liberated- Perth's first book of male nude photography that supports the WA AIDS Council's Freedom Centre. Liberated will be available for purchase at Studio 281.
Matias' first solo exhibition with Studio 281 is a dialogue that embraces a liberation from societal and sexual norms as well as an expression of his own personal experiences and insights. The show will not only commemorate the legalisation of gay marriage in Australia but also puts forth support for the LGBT community.
Indulge in a visual retrospect that is beautiful, erotic and sensual for the official opening on the Saturday 14th July, 5:30pm.
Richard Matias is a Perth based photographer specialising in the male form. In 2017 Australian Photography Magazine ranked Richard’s photo “Calm reflection” in the top 50 photos of the year. Richard’s work has appeared in DNA magazine in print and online and he continues to be regularly commissioned by swimwear companies such as Marcuse and a range of commercial brands. 2017 also saw the publication and launch in Perth and Sydney of Liberated- the first book of male nudes by a WA photographer. All proceeds of the book have gone to the WAAC and the Freedom Centre supporting LGBTQI youth in WA. Liberated and auction pieces from Liberated have already raised in excess of $30,000 for WAAC. Richard will have his first solo exhibition in Perth in July 2018.
"Join prolific WA artist Peter Usher as he celebrates his latest solo exhibition with us at our newly-launched gallery- the WhiteSpace, in Fremantle.
Known for capturing iconic landscapes in WA , Usher breathes life into his art through his creative use of paint and mediums. With a passion and love for nature, Usher's art practice involves a delicate treatment of light and colour, playing with subtle shifts in hues that result in vivid, yet calm and luminous landscapes.
Complimenting his refined brushwork, Usher often incorporates a sculptural aesthetic to his paint; the works can exude a palpable atmosphere that draws and holds the viewer with strength and depth.
With paintings that are visually beautiful and conceptually strong, Usher's artworks are a dialogue addressing his ongoing and deepening relationship to the natural environment within which he lives and works.
As one of WA's most established artists, Usher's art is at home in many prestigious collections around the world.
The exhibition will be Usher's first mid career retrospective and not only display a large body of new work, but an array of key paintings drawn from his formative artistic periods. Many of those works have never been previously exhibited.
This milestone event is Usher's 10th solo show within a decade and commemorates Studio 281's own growth and success in the Whitespace. We will be delighted to have you join us.
On the 28th April, Join us again for another volume of MERAKI- a collaborative exhibition featuring a group of amazing new artists! The night will feature a multitude of works across a variety of mediums, beautifully curated to showcase the unique identities of each individual artist.
Exhibition runs till 10th May
• Karen Chappelow "An Artist's Journey"
• Hannah Goggs AKA Moody Rabbit
• Brett Mcpherson
• Caroline Biggins Instagram @carolinebigginsart
• Imogen Kotsoglo Instagram @i.kotsoglo www.imogenkotsoglo.com
• Carol Anne Cassidy www.carolannecassidy.com
• Harrison See
• Rainer Goh rightasrainart.com
• Razin Ibrahim
• Benn Francis Benn Francis - Artist Instagram @bennfrancisartist
• Andrew Truscott @whisperingwoodsculptures
Watch this space for more exciting news!!
Vic Park Arts Season & Studio 281 bring you an engaging art exhibition in our backyard garden on Sunday April 22nd!
The event features five fantastic local artists including Daek William, Patrick Doherty, Pippa McManus, Mike Shime & Jodee Knowles.
Doors open at 11am
Original art available to purchase on the day
Free to attend
Plus, $8 Gage Roads pints all day!
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On the 24th February, Join us again for another volume of MERAKI- a collaborative exhibition featuring 20 artists. The night will feature a multitude of works across a variety of mediums, beautifully curated to showcase the unique identities of each individual artist.
Exhibition runs till 10th March
Featuring the amazing works of:
Carol Anne Cassidy
"A uniquely lavish romantic dinner occasion for this Valentine's Day. Limited
tables. Book your tickets today!
Date: Wed. 14/2/2018
Start time: 6.30pm
Venue: Ferguson Foundry, Ferguson St, Maylands (behind Studio 281)
Ticket price: $100 for Two (2)
Inspired by the beautiful artwork of special guest artist Pippa McManus.
- Specially created 3-course set menu by Amore Mio, including 2x pasta main
- Complimentary champagne on arrival
- Hand-chosen wine list
- Walls adorned by Pippa’s artwork
- Artist conversations with the Pippa
- Pippa’s artwork available to purchase
Please let us know of any special dietary requirements and your choice of
main (please see menu below from Amore Mio.)
Ph: 9271 0922/ 0413 233 578
Book online: http://studio281.com.au/shop/
Valentine’s Day Set Menu:
Antipasto platter with diced Roma tomato bruschetta mix, mild sopressa
salami, premium Canadian leg ham, fresh fior di latte mozzarella, grilled
zucchini pickle, Kalamata & Cerignola olives. Served with a side of freshly
baked herb focaccia bread.
Beef meatball red sauce served with pasta & finished with DOP grana Padano
parmesan & fresh basil.
Creamy 5 mix mushroom, black truffle & fresh cream sauce with linguine pasta
& finished with DOP pecorino Sardo.
Tiramisu della casa with fresh mascarpone cheese, Savoiardi biscuits, eggs,
marsala, cocoa powder & espresso coffee served with fresh strawberries &
SALES CLOSE SUNDAY 11/02/18
On Saturday the 3rd February 6:00pm-8:30pm, join us for our first group exhibition this year
COSMIC TERRA is a group exhibition featuring a oeuvre of beautifully sensual, and thought-evoking works. The exhibition will showcase a collective of portraits, textiles, and abstracts - promising a visual journey that beautifully transitions from medium to medium.
featuring the works of talented artists:
Curtin Illustration graduation show - 15th December 6:30pm-9pm (Ferguson Foundry)
Join us for the Opening Night of the Into the Wild Grad Show!
Showcasing the work of Curtin Illustration and Graphic Design students.
The exhibition will also be on display between the 11th - 17th of December for viewing.
Kathryn Gallagher, November 25th.
Sydney based Pop artist and Studio 281 fan favourite, Kathryn Gallagher is back with an evolution of her sold-out solo exhibition, "We Can be Heroes" .
"Cinematic", opening on November 25th at Studio 281 features a brand new collection of Pop Realist paintings featuring some of cinemas greatest Icons.
On the 25th November, Join us for a collective exhibition by 20 artists on a visual journey. The night will feature a body of work across different genres and will also showcase the unique identities of each and every artist in the show-
Natalie Briney Artist / @Louise mustard / Hayley Kruger Artist /
Katey Cunliffe Artist / @ann hutchinson / Liliana Stafford / Glass Metal Resin Elle Dunn
Jeremy Passmore / Renia Edwards / Kelly Muller / Susan Roux / David Ayre /
Leo Flavel / Renita Mroz / Chris Desira / Laura Sykes / Matt Wright /
Beauchamp Paine / Harrison See / Louise Joesbury
Artworks by: Louise Mustard and Ann Hutchinson
Fashion and textile artist Elle Campbell joins us for her solo exhibition featuring expressive abstracts on silk. Campbell's works encompasses a genuine authenticity in its intensely intimate developments to arrive at a result that is both larger-than-life, and sensitive in nature.
Keep a look out on this page for further updates on the works she'll be showcasing with us on this page!
On October 14th, 6pm, witness a one-of-a-kind exhibition showcasing the secret double-life of a gallery owner with a creative flair for art and business.
Art gallery director Leonardo Flavel will reveal all with his collection of original paintings and poetry that he has been working on since the age of 12. This life time body of work highlights the pinnacle moments of his journey, narrating a timeline of inspirational events that lead up to the success of the Studio 281 gallery.
From Watercolours to Graffiti, and then to Framing and Curation, see for yourself the influence and experience that allows Leonardo to apply this wealth of knowledge to his creative practice, as well as every other aspect in his business and personal projects.
With 20 substantial years of experience in framing and visual presentation, This will be a show that would inspire and alter future curatorial dialogue.
On the 23rd September, Join us for an exhibition with two amazing emerging artists, George Howlett and Alex Tandy at the Ferguson Foundry gallery. The night will feature the unique identities and visual language of each artist with a dazzling display of light and sculpture, alongside good music and refreshments!
"The term “Knockout” Is a confusing one.
Does it mean that you knocked someone out? Or not?
Or is it that you’ve been knocked out?
I had a dream last night that I tried to catch my friend from falling I dropped him and he got knocked out.
I’m a Knockout! AT 2K17"
Alexander Tandy is an emerging visual artist working in Fremantle, Western Australia. Having graduated from North Metropolitan Tafe in 2016, Tandy has continued to develop a practise dependent upon intuition. The motivation behind much of Tandy’s work is what he terms ‘proof of life’; essentially a non-objective language derived from living. Due to this ‘constant sentence’ style of working, and the serendipitous reliance of his work, Tandy is not confined to rigid media, choosing instead to engage with anything he comes into contact with. Treating everything as a moment, Tandy places emphasis on process, believing that every movement from before the work has taken place through to its fruition acts as the material language.
George is a multi-disciplinary artist that uses light, color and form to create bold and striking compositions. Sourcing materials from sale racks, deserted offices and closed down delis, for the past 3 years his medium of choice has been recycled industrial and commercial lighting products. George makes expert use of the rampant detritus of capitalism, repurposing discarded and found materials in increasingly inventive ways.
TRILOGY- A group exhibition by Ann Steer, Julie Sutherland and Karla Freitag
Join us for the Opening on the 15th September 5:30pm - 8:30pm at the Ferguson Foundry gallery! Refreshments will be provided.
The Rituals is an exhibition that explores sacred and personal forms of ritualism and the affects that these rituals have upon the human psyche as well as the physical body. The exhibition showcases the works of four multi-disciplinary West Australian artists - Circus Carnis, Marijke Loosjes, Matthew Pope and Frater Sorath.
Rituals are a key element in society, religion and cultural events. It is their obsessive and repetitive nature that scores the actions, gestures and words heavily into the self - this drives the need to perform them regardless of the positive or negative effects for the individual. This exhibition looks specifically at the impacts of rituals on the physical body and the psyche, showing how far they can be pushed before the thresholds break.
Artist duo Circus Carnis present the body as a piece of meat, a spectacle of the ritual, to be manipulated and the psychological and physical strengths tested. Using the body as an object Matthew Pope explores ritualised marking and the relationship with the materiality of the tools that scar. Marijke Loosjes presents the various stages of the grief-stricken mind and in a cathartic process dismantles it for the viewer. Through evocation Frater Sorath jars the psyche and transfers the audience to an altered state of consciousness.
The opening night is a ticketed event which will exhibit each artist presenting one off live performances that are extensions of the fixed works shown. The performances focus on the physical body as the subject matter, using it as as the medium.
Tickets for admission are $20+bf and available here
Exhibition opens at 6pm and runs till 9pm.
First live performance starts at 7pm.
The Rituals exhibition runs until the 9th September at the Ferguson Foundry, 281 Guildford Road, Maylands.
Gallery is open Monday to Friday 9-5pm and Saturday 10-4pm, admission on these days are free.
After a two year hiatus, established artist Jodee Knowles is back to take you through an intimate and revealing journey via a solo exhibition at Studio 281's "Ferguson Foundry" exhibition space.
Subsequent to touring twice with Anthony Lister through Volcom and Underdogs Gallery, Knowles has created a body of work that reflects her personal experiences. The current oeuvre of work delves into her inner-reality, and explores the importance of compassion and empathy as part of the human condition. Knowles touches on issues such as self worth and the struggles that come with being kind in today's society. The series plays on a mixture of Knowle's own strength and weaknesses as an artist and a human being, and juxtaposes them to create a unique visual language that still feels familiar to her audience.
Knowles concurrently works on the Father Superior Project which involves having her favourite artists hand paint onto vintage jackets from her collection. The intention of this project is to create a collection of fashionable garments that are also works of art. Eco-friendly designer Estelle huijer, will be contributing to the project by reworking the jackets once the artworks are painted, and the finalised designs will be available for viewing during the exhibition.
Collectively, the show itself is intended to be more than stylised works of art, sculpture and fashion. Beneath the deceptively simple aesthetics, Knowles evokes in us, feelings, messages and narratives with her sophisticated use of gesture and symbolism.
Through this exhibition, Knowles plans to transform the exhibition space into a moment in time; a feeling you can’t shake, using her new collection of works. Studio 281 and Jodee Knowles will be jointly organising a preview of this new collection exclusively for VIP guests before the opening night.
Six Zero Five One aims to present a unique stage for the development of contemporary arts in Maylands through unrestricted cultural expression, and is a unique opportunity for audiences to broaden their ideas about contemporary art and its possibilities, and experience it all in the heart of Maylands!
This exhibition is a collaboration between Studio 281, the many talented local artists involved, as well as local WA artist and curator Alex Maciver.
Leonardo Flavel Daek William
Kyle Hughes-Odgers Josh Rowdon
Laura Sikes Chris de Sira
Ill Withers Michael Heap
Eva Fernandez Slade Jones
Jaidip Singh Matt McVeigh
Britt Mikkelsen Alex Maciver
Nick Mahony Miik Green
Alina Tang Marnie Richardson
Lois Moir Ben Francis
Our team at Studio 281 are exceptionally proud to present the next solo exhibition: Perception of Depth. Join us on Saturday, 10th June 5:30pm to view a retrospect of works from WA based artist Nathan Lovick!
The night will showcase a oeuvre of paintings that not only pleases aesthetically with its pristine symmetrical shapes, but also allows one to ponder about the different perspectives of the human experience.
Lovick's deceptively simple paintings come with a complexity that gives the viewer a substantial experience when the works are observed and questioned. Each individual painting seeks to provide the viewer with a unique message- a different experience, and angle on relationships, communities, and ultimately what it means to live and be human.
" I am always looking to examine the psychology and sociology of society and of human beings as individuals. There has never been a more exciting time to be living and despite all of our differences we have never been more connected or had so much in common. So the world around us becomes a matter of perspective. "
On the 13th May, Join us for a collective exhibition where we take you on a visual journey presenting a vast variety of works from up and coming artists in WA. The night will feature a body of work across different genres and will also showcase the unique identities of each and every artist in the show- featuring:
Kelly Barker Adam Craemer
Ann Hutchinson Naomi Grant
Jeremy Passmore Kate Andrews
Alan Miles Natalie Briney
Sally Mundy Melissa Lui Yuen
Shane Newton Justin Burford
Katey Cunliffe Tahnee Kelland
Louise Mustard Emma Blyth
Hayley Kruger Irene Osborne
Boris Horion Stacy Gardoll
The Opening night starts at 6:30pm Saturday 13th May, and is proudly sponsored by Young Henry's
Join us on the 22nd April for a solo exhibition with established artist Jos Coufreur! Known for his expressively spontaneous painting technique, Jos Coufreur breathes life into his subject matter of landscapes, people and animals with the use of vivid colours. His paintings showcase a distinct vibrancy through the wide spectrum of colours he uses, and embodies his unique style which he classifies as "Spontaneous Realism". The night on the 22nd will feature a oeuvre of all his original paintings on canvas at our new gallery, the Ferguson Foundry.
This event is also proudly sponsored by our main supplier- Young Henry's-
RSVP with us
Jeweller and artist Chris Bailey will be running an exclusive one day only exhibition here at the Ferguson Foundry gallery on Tuesday the 11th April, 6:30pm- 9:30pm.
The exhibition will be a retrospect of Bailey's journey as an artist and jeweler from the past few years. Having connected with renowned artist and sculptor Alfredo Araujo Santoyo, Bailey spent a year under his tutelage in Colombia, Bogota. Through this, Bailey wishes to share his experiences, growth and insights of his time spent in Bogata through a combination his works- consisting of jewellry, painting and sculpture. This event will also commemorate the creation of C3 Studios located in Mt Lawley.
¶ ΤΗΕ DAEDALUS PROJECT ≈≈≈ ΤΟ ΔΑΙΔΑΛΟΥ ΕΡΓΟ ¶
≈THE SYMBIOTIC ETHOS OF ART, TECHNOLOGY, THE BODY AND MYTH≈
The Daedalus Project is an ambitious multi-venue art event held across 4 Galleries (plus one symposium venue) over two weeks within the Lively Maylands cultural precinct. The exhibition showcases new and challenging work from 8 Hellenic-Australian artists all working with a broad range of technology enabled mediums through performance, robotics, Aerogel sculptures, sound installation, video, photography and textiles.
The theme of The Daedalus Project interweaves through a timeless concept, drawn from a symbiotic relationship between art, technology and science, that is often erroneously considered an exclusively modern concept. We also look into the cyclic nature of myth in its role in this relationship, while discovering that the body, and even identity, are used as memetic devices where such discourse is thought and fought over.
The name of the project itself comes from the myth of the first Greek sculpture and inventor Daedalus. Daedalus, who is better known for his invention of mechanical wings and the plight of his son Icarus, is symbolic of the symbiotic nature of art and technology prevalent in the ethos of Greek myth and culture.
The significance of such ideas to us ‘moderns’ is analogous to the current reignited relationship between art and science; therefore, an investigation into the past may also reveal some insights into our future.
Ferguson Foundry - 281 Guildford Rd, Maylands
Chrissie Parrot Arts - 4 Sussex St, Maylands
Johnny Ma Studios - 305A Railway Parade, Maylands
Henry On Eighth – 49 Eighth Ave, Maylands
Exhibition times for all spaces except Henry On Eighth:
Tuesday - Thursday: 10am - 5pm
Friday: 5pm - 9pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 3pm
Henry on Eighth:
Monday: 7am – 10pm
Wednesday to Thursday 7am – 10pm
Friday: 7am – 11pm
Saturday: 8am – 11pm
Sunday: 8am – 10pm
Show us love and favourite ♥ our event on the Fringe World Website:
¶ 15th Feb 'Daedalus Reanimated ≈≈≈≈ Δαίδαλος αναπτέρωσε' ¶
A one-day Symposium on The Daedalus Project's related themes of technology in art, Hellenic ethos in contemporary art, and art, among the Hellenic diaspora will take place with 4 Key speakers already confirmed.
Oron Catts (SymbioticA, UWA)
Guy Ben-Ary (SymbioticA, UWA)
Dr Ioannis Michalou(di)s (Charles Darwin University)
Dr John Yiannakis (Curtin University)
Talks and performances from Daedalus Project artists and guests will take place in between symposium topics and will be hosted at The RISE conference and community centre in Maylands, thanks to the in-kind support of the City of Bayswater. More info on the Symposium will be revealed soon.
Anyone interested in presenting works or being a part of the Symposium please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
¶ Daedalus the man & myth ≈
Δαίδαλος ο άνθρωπος και ο μύθος ¶
Daedalus was known for his creation of the Cretan maze, the flying apparatus he made for Icarus and himself, and a giant robot like sculpture called Talos, whose creation was also attributed to Hephestious, the god of art & technology.
“ His statues (were) like living beings: for they saw and walked, and, in every word, exercised every function so that his handiwork seemed to be a living being.”
Diodorus Siculus 49 BCE
This approach to art was passed on through Greek art from Polykleitos’ canon – an algorithm like formula for perfectly harmonious ratios in sculpture. Similar attention to this ethos was also placed on music by the Greek philosopher Pythagoras and his followers. Later during the Hellenistic period, artist/inventors such as Heron of Alexandria created robotic automatons that could pour you wine, play you a tune and even re-tell myths through a mechanical theatre no bigger than a small TV.
The Hellenic Ēkhōs initiative was founded by Petros Vouris in 2015. It is a not-for-profit organisation that seeks to inform and challenge predisposed ideas of Hellenic culture and art - beyond cultural clichés and racial caricatures. It sees culture as a constantly evolving entity that needs its artists and storytellers for its survival beyond the dusty shelves of antiquarian institutionalism. Hellenic Ēkhōs also sees culture as independent of borders and race and finds the legacy of a cross-cultural dialogue as principal to the advancement of Hellenic culture.
Hellenic Ēkhōs second event, The Daedalus Project presents works of wonder, leaving the viewer in awe as it weaves through themes of culture and identity, myth and reason, and the relationship between techne (craft/technology) and art. The significance of these ideas to us ‘moderns’ is in the reignited relationship between art and science, which is now once again, urgently contemporary.
"No words, no actions, but their echoes through eternity - thought is an idea in transit."
On Saturday, 7pm, 14th January, join us as we celebrate Perth abstract artist, Garry Hyde's solo exhibition at the Ferguson Foundry @Studio 281!
Garry Hyde is an abstract artist from Perth, WA. Moving from Esperance to Perth some years ago, the artist has found that living in an urban environment has had a great impact on his art practice. Time spent in the USA studying the work of the greats of abstract art, De Kooning, Rothko, Twombly and Basquiat inspired Hyde to paint in a style that will connect with, and move people to reflect on the world around them.
The substantial gestural paintings of Hyde are characteristic of a style that he has developed over a number of years, showcasing great colour, depth and vibrancy. Hyde's oeuvre of work reveal great thought and substance within his dynamic brushwork.
Hyde's larger-than-life paintings make for an impactful experience when viewed in the flesh within the vast space of the Ferguson Foundry. Come down an experience URBAN IMPACT for yourselves!
Garry Hyde's personal works can also be viewed at www.garryhydeartist.com.au
Join us in the hot! hot! heat for our Premier exhibiton of the year
Celebrating our love for West Australian Women in the arts
No sweat, no dress code bring your thongs
and relax with refreshments by Young Henrys!
Featuring the Female artists who are currently in vogue:
We are having an XMAS AFFORDABLE ART SHOW to share the joys of giving art to your friends and loved ones this holidays!
The gallery will draw zero commission from sales, and instead only a small entry fee of $200 for the artists.
The show starts on the 10th December, 7pm and will run for a period of 4 weeks. Artists will each be provided a space of 2x2m to work with and works showcased should be valued less than $1500
This will be a fantastic avenue for all students as well as emerging artists to have the opportunity to test out the market and showcase their works at a very affordable price!
For the Art lovers, we will be hosting a festive opening night of refreshments, drinks, and great music, as well as a splendid chance for you to meet the lovely art community of WA. We are looking forward to enjoying this festive event, and embrace the joy of giving with you!
For the past 12 weeks Henry on 8th have been hosting Live Art Monday's, where an artist creates live art in front of an audience. The artists involved were
The Velveteen Rabbit
To have your chance to get a hold of some of the incredible artworks that have been created during the Live Art Monday sessions, head down to the Henry on 8th live art exhibition on December 2nd from 6pm.
See you there!
In his debut exhibition 'The Water After Dark', Steve Browne delves in to his past experiences and upbringing to deliver a body of work that tackles fear, expectations, the inner child, loss and direction.
Browne's works also include an interactive element to them, where one can live a whole other visual experience when they view the artworks by scanning the QR Codes.
The work will be up all week, with a closing gathering on Saturday night at the gallery, starting at 6pm.
Paul Deej has been a professional Artist and Illustrator from Perth, Western Australia.
Deej’s bold colourful work is inspired by popular cultures of movies, comics & Hip Hop. Exploring the theme of SPIRALS, a new collection of acrylic and aerosol paintings will be on show for the GRAND OPENING at 6PM on Saturday November 19th at the new Ferguson Foundry.
MEDITATION COURSE AT STUDIO281 - 281 GUILDFORD ROAD, MAYLANDS
SUITABLE FOR BEGINNERS - ALL WELCOME
This is a 6 week course running Tuesday 8, 15 & 29 November - 6, 13 & 20 December 2016 - 9:00pm - 9:45pm - $90.
During this 45 minute introductory guided meditation session with Cam Fraser, you will be taken on a peaceful journey into a state of mindfulness that can help ease anxiety and promote general wellness. This beginner class will focus on cultivating awareness of your breath as well as allowing yourself to be present to your thoughts so that you may feel calm, energized, happy and at peace. There are no right or wrong positions to meditate in during this class, either sitting or laying down, so long as you feel comfortable. Guided meditation is useful because the instructor is able to continually draw your attention back to your meditation practice, ensuring that you receive the most benefit from your session.
To book your place please contact Cameron 0424 692 009 or email@example.com or PM me.