Exhibitions

Look Both Ways

13/02/2009 18:30
09/03/2009 16:00

 Final Days - Exhibition closes Sunday

Look Both WaysLook Both WaysLook Both Ways is a collaborative journey of a group of students from Edith Cowan University each searching for ways to convey their unique take on the world and leave a small impression.

Expressions of interest for an Exhibition of Style and Elegance

01/12/2008 15:00
02/01/2009 15:00

We are seeking two and three dimensional works in black, white and silver for a new show entitled "Stark: the simplicity and elegance of black, white and silver."

Possible media include glass works, jewellery, ceramics, ebonized wood, drawings, paintings and black and white photography.  The style should be elegant and sophisticated and any framed works should be in black.

Planned exhibition dates are 10 April - 10 May 2009.

Busselton TAFE Student Exhibition "Students Exposed"

19/12/2008 18:00
04/01/2009 16:00

Exhibition closes 4 pm Sunday.  Hurry, don't miss out!

Design by Busselton TAFE StudentsDesign by Busselton TAFE StudentsArt and Photoshop Students show us their best

Gay Scaddan

09/01/2009 18:00
01/02/2009 16:00

Interpretations 1 by Gay ScaddanInterpretations 1 by Gay ScaddanGay's latest body of work is being eagerly awaited by many of our regular followers.  "Interpretations" will explore the landscape through many mediums including oil and collographs.

We would like to thank Challenge Dairy, Capel for their kind donation of cheese for the opening night.

Bridging the Gap by Intework and friends

28/11/2008 18:00
14/12/2008 16:00

 

Bridging the GapBridging the GapBigger and Brighter...for 2008.  Join with Intework and others to be wowed by some of the unexpected creative triumphs bubbling just below the public radar.

Bridging the Gap was created after such an amazing response to "The Sky's the Limit" in 2007 - an art exhibition created to celebrate the International Day of People with Disability in the South West.

Busselton Art Society - Spring 2008

07/11/2008 10:00
23/11/2008 16:00

montage of works by membersmontage of works by membersSpring into "Spring 08" with Busselton's most loved Art Society at the new ArtGeo Gallery.  Enjoy artworks from twenty of the society's members that span from the contemporary to the traditional.  Alway most enjoyable.

The following images are works from the exhibition.

Exhibition closes Sunday 23rd November

Your Opportunity to Watch Artist At Work

12/10/2008 15:32
02/11/2008 15:32

Jane Holland's Promotional ImageJane Holland's Promotional ImageVisit the ArtGeo Gallery on the weekends between now and November 2 and you will not only have the chance to view Jane's latest work but have the opportunity to watch her create something unique.  Jane will be working in the gallery on the weekends while her exhibition "Geo Bay" is showing at ArtGeo.  This fantastic body of work was inspired by Geographe Bay, especially Busselton's own underwater observatory.  Jane admits to always wanting to learn to scuba but fear has al

Busselton Toyota People's Choice Award goes to........

02/10/2008
09/10/2008

A Sunday Afternoon at the Beach in Busselton: Winner of the Busselton Toyota People's Choice Award 2008A Sunday Afternoon at the Beach in Busselton: Winner of the Busselton Toyota People's Choice Award 2008Simon Collins for his oil painting "A Sunday Afternoon at the Beach in Busselton"

Simon's work is on display in the Signature South West until Sunday afternoon until the exhibition closes at 4PM.

'Geo Bay' a new exhibition by Jane Holland

10/10/2008
02/11/2008

 

 

Jetty Pile 1Jetty Pile 1Join us for the opening of 'Geo Bay': latest works by well known artist Jane Holland.

The exhibition kicks off at 6 PM on 10th October in the newly renovated ArtGeo gallery, 11 Queen Street, Busselton. Entry is free and all are welcome.

New Gallery Opens

08/09/2008 15:25
05/10/2008 16:00

Friday the 5th September saw the opening of the new ArtGeo Gallery.  Approximately150 art lovers crammed into the stunning new venue to enjoy the opening festivities.  Gallery goers were treated to the melodic voice of Caris Doyle and her guitar.  Caris is formerly from Bunbury and is presently studying classical voice work at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).

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