For the last 14 years Curious Art has consistently presented group and solo themed exhibitions each year. However in this exhibition, Impossible Pie, the artists reference Eclecticism; terminology used in the visual arts world to describe exhibitions that do not particularly embody a unified theme. Eclectic, however true to its Greek origins and the ongoing aspirations of Curious Art, simply means:’the best’.
THREE GENERATIONS of ARTISTS
The 3 G Girls
Joscelin, and Anastasia Davis and Joanne Cutler.
They bring individual art syles together in their joint exhibition Three Generations.
An ecletic mix with a commonality of land, people and place.
Joanne Cutler, daughter Joscelin Davis and grand daughter Anastasia Davis combine their individual art styles to exhibit a display of eclectic art. Photography, paintings, drawing and sculpture reflect a calmness of character and a commonality throughout showing a strong connection to the land, its people and a love of animals.
Surrounded by inspiration for creative expression they paint and create as a family. Joanne, Joscelin and Anastasia represent 3 Generations of art and life experiences through the years.
Kite St. Door – Photography by Anastasia Davis
Sculpture by Joscelin Davis
Telung – Oil painting by Joanne Cutler
THREE GENERATIONS October 5th to 27th November.
Curious Art Cooperative Gallery (a few minutes drive from Kingscliff)
94a Chinderah Bay Rd Chinderah
Official Opening: Sunday 9th October 12pm. All welcome. Admission No Cost.
Wednesday to Saturday 11am-5pm (e.d.s.t.)
Sunday 11am – 4pm (e.d.s.t.)
years of being curious”
That is how the Curious Art Gallery describes the 10 year anniversary art exhibition. The Cooperative Gallery is run by artists who formed the Cooperative in 2001.
The exhibition features Curious Artists and friends
Starts 24/08/11 to 02/10/11
Opening Day: 27/08/11
Further Information: Curious Art Gallery
Sustainability – acrylic on canvas 50cm x 60cm
A visually stimulating and futuristic work by Tracy Hurley.
This work will be included in a body of work from approx 18 artists who will be exhibiting during TEN.
Lorraine Abernethy – Leisa O’Brien – Gillian Buttress-Grove –
East Writer – Libby Mills – Caz McDougall – Dianne Smith – Annie Higgins Tracy Hurley – Camille Bryant – Susan Togo – Clare Bryant
Clare Johnson – Ness Bryant – Larraine Bryant – Joanne Cutler
Joscelin Davis and Michael Bryant.