Exhibition Program History
Bega Valley Local
20 July - 8 August 2018
Bega Valley Art & Craft Society’s Monday Mornings art group presents works in watercolour, pastel, acrylic oils and ceramics.
Closed for Renovations
9 August - 23 August
Spiral Gallery will be closed briefly due to renovations.
Please email or phone 64925322
Spiral Gallery Fundraiser for members Julie & Liz
24 August - 5 September
An exhibition of artworks by South Coast artists & others – proceeds of sales will go to artists Julie Krone & Liz Doyle, whose homes & studios were destroyed in the Tathra fires.
The River - Anna Buck
7 - 26 September
A solo exhibition of drawings & paintings by Spiral Gallery member Anna Buck.
Alexandra Seddon will open the exhibition.
28 September - 17 October
Artists will explore forms of artistic expression combining natural & waste products with different weaving techniques. The exhibition will showcase repetitive processes, demonstrating the aesthetic consideration each artist uses to resolve & produce their interwoven works.
19 October - 7 November
Spiral Gallery Member Reiko Healy and friends. An exhibition of locally crafted items as well as antiques & collectables. Opening night Friday 5pm on 19 October - Japanese food & Taiko as well as drumming music will be provided. All welcome. CASH & CARRY
SERAN - South East Regions Artist Network
9 - 28 November
An exhibition of works in progress from a pilot program of mentoring by the inaugural South East Regions Artist Network. This year SERAN is comprised of 5 artists from the Bega Valley & Eurobodalla Shires; Heather Burness, Craig Cameron, Lorna Crane, Julie Holmes & Janine Scrivens.
Summer @ Spiral - Gallery 1
Spiral Gallery’s Artists & Friends Annual Exhibition – a smorgasbord of original artworks for the summer season: ceramics, jewellery, textiles, prints, paintings, handcrafted wood, baskets, glassware & more. CASH & CARRY
27 Dec 2018 - 16 Jan 2019 - Gallery 2
Lewis Dillon - solo exhibition of watercolours
Through my exhibition I hope to reflect an uglier side of humanity. Whilst this work may not appeal to everyone, I believe that the concept of a dystopian society is prevalent amongst younger people and balances out the ‘perfect’ view of the world that social media often portrays.
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