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Gecko Studio Gallery Newsletter – April May 2015

    Kerry’s artist profile       Kerry’s exhibition page      Kerry’s website      Facebook ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For lots more – The Gecko Studio Gallery Newsletter – PDF version The newsletter is about Gecko Studio Gallery’s next exhibition and other news from Gecko Studio Gallery, Prom Coast Arts Council, Fish Creek and surrounding area as well as anything else that […]

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Gecko Studio Gallery Newsletter – February March 2015

Our next exhibition….. Circus of Life – Peter Cole Sculptures, paintings and drawings February 15 to March 14, 2015 Opening event Sunday February 15 between 2 – 5pm   exhibition page ~~~~~~~~~~ These are the next few exhibitions coming up……(NB details may change before these exhibitions open) (#99) the whole shebang: a survey of recent works – Susan […]

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Circus of Life – Peter Cole

Exhibition: February 15 to March 14, 2015 (Opening: Opening event on February 15)

      link to photos from the opening plus the Star newspaper article Artist statement My work is mostly autobiographical – a form of self portraiture in that it deals with aspects of the self. Oppression in its various social, political and personal forms is a common thread. I prefer not to talk about possible […]

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Gecko Studio Gallery Newsletter – January / February 2015

Our next exhibition….. The Bower – Sarah Dingwall & Julie Niekamp January 18 to February 14, 2015 Opening event Sunday January 18 between 2 – 5pm   exhibition page ~~~~~~~~~~ These are the next few exhibitions coming up……(NB details may change before this exhibition opens) (#98) Circus of Life – Peter Cole – paintings and sculpture – February 15 […]

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The Bower – Sarah Dingwall and Julie Niekamp

Exhibition: January 18 to February 14, 2015 (Opening: Opening event Sunday January 18 between 2 - 5pm)

The Bower Julie Niekamp and Sarah Dingwall have been good friends since they met in 2004 working at a glassblowing studio in Merricks North known as The Studio. Sarah was working with Leisa Wharington (glassblower) whilst Julie worked painting in oils and making found object sculpture; both girls have an interest in old text and […]

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