Past Exhibitions


7 May – 11 June | Form and Re-Form

Composite arrangement of garments and sewing notions, Annabelle Collett

Textiles and mixed mediums

Annabelle Collett and Jeff Trahair

Deconstructed, conceptual clothing forms next to detailed, tailored garments. The juxtaposition and overlapping conversations between these works highlight the tactile and evocative qualities of clothing.


Artist Talk - Jeff Trahair
Jeff Trahair will discuss how the art of clothing can communicate current themes and ideas regarding gender, conventions and fashion.
Saturday 3 June, 2pm at Prospect Gallery. No bookings required.

Left: Annabelle Collett, Composite arrangement of garments and sewing notions


26 March - 23 April | As the Crow Flies

Ahead of the Rain, John Martin

Printmaking

John Martin

An exhibition of etchings, lino prints and drawings celebrating the South Australian landscape and the iconic bird, the crow.

Left: Ahead of the Rain, two plate colour etching, 6 x 11cm, 2016


12 February – 12 March | Tipping Point

The Wallace Line, Sum Woon Chow

Painting

Sum Woon Chow

A series of abstract compositions, Tipping Point ruminates on the resilience of our planet trialled by pollution, destruction of nature and anomalous carbon level.

Left: The Wallace Line 2016, Acrylic on canvas, 122 x 91cm

Invitation - Tipping Point(117 kb)

Media Release - Tipping Point(599 kb)

 


4 December - 22 January | 19th Prospect Community Show

19th Community Show opening

Various 2D & 3D

Local artists

The 19th Prospect Community Show is a glorious showcase of artworks made by people of Prospect. The artworks are made by anyone who lives or works or has
a strong connection with City of Prospect.

Left: 18th Prospect Community Show opening, photo by John Nieddu

Invitation - 19th Prospect Community ART Show(422 kb)

 


30 October - 20 November | Outskirts

Outskirts - Jayne Langford

2D & 3D, mixed and collage

Gary Campbell, Jaynie Langford, Ewa Skoczynska

Three artists all interested in re-inventing and transforming objects of no apparent consequence into art.

Left: Jaynie Langford, Industrial Weaving (work in progress), dimensions variable, materials: mobile phone cords.

 


25 September – 16 October 2016 | WTF - Wasted, Treasured, Forgotten

WTF - Janice Lane

Various, including found objects and artist’s books

Cornucopia Artists - Janice Lane, Kocksi Thoelke, Shelley Li, Jane Van Mierle,
Anna Mycko and Kveta Deans

Cornucopia artists use old, treasured and forgotten items to explore notions
of memory, longing and redundancy.

Left: I’ll Be There, oil on linen mounted in found brass cigar case with artist book,
9.2 x 7 x 2cm.
Photo Yasmin Washbrooke

Invitation - Wasted Treasured Forgotten(1268 kb)

Media Release - WTF: Not what you think


7 August – 13 September 2016 | Paandemonium

Various mediums

Prospect Arts Action Network Artists

Casting off limitations and crossing boundaries, PAAN launch from the restraints
of old to paandemonium.

Image: Sue Michael, The Restless Ocean, acrylic on canvas
120 x 150cm, 2016

Invitation - Paandemonium(100 kb)

Media Release - Paandemonium(625 kb)


19 June – 17 July 2016 | Beneath the Stone

Beneath the Stone - Sarah Campbell

Various

Alycia Bennett, Caitlin Bowe, Sarah Campbell, Elizabeth Lange, Pedro Shi, Claudia Smith
Curatorial Advisor Lauren Mustillo

Through a series of visual representations, this exhibition explores animals as a metaphor for human emotion and experience, and as a vehicle for expressing an inner self.

Left: Sarah Campbell, Character edits, charcoal on paper, 59 x 83 cm

Invitation - Beneath the Stone(82 kb)

Media Release - Beneath the Stone(270 kb)


15 May - 5 June 2016 | Temporal Fragments

Temporal Fragments - Alexander Arcus

Paintings in oils on canvas and gouache on paper

Alexander Arcus

An exhibition of miniature paintings in gouache and large oil paintings that use abstraction to express a variety of concepts from the temporality of personal
existence to the desire for a greater individual freedom.

Left: Breaking the Glass, oil on canvas, 100 x 100cm.

Media Release - Temporal Fragments.pdf(812 kb)

Invitation - Temporal Fragments(428 kb)

Catalogue - Temporal Fragments(13143 kb)


3 - 24 April 2016 | The Desert Atlas... Woven from Memory

Desert Weave - Koruna Schmidt-Mumm

2D works on paper, canvas and cloth

Koruna Schmidt-Mumm

An exploration of the ‘maps’ created by women who weave carpets using patterns that were passed down from generation to generation.

Left: Koruna Schmidt-Mumm, Desert Weave 1, oil, wax, pigment on canvas,
80 x 50cm

Media Release - The Desert Atls: Woven from Memory(183 kb)

Invitation: The Desert Atlas: Woven from Memory(277 kb)


7 February – 13 March 2016 | Walk on the Wild Side

A Walk on the Wild Side - Cindy Durant

Various

T’Arts Textiles and Arts Collective

A collective of artists who display and retail their art in a gallery in Gay's Arcade. Pushing their individual practices further, the artists explore their wild side in this show of inventive and inspiring works.

Left: Cindy Durant, A Mermaid’s Collection, glass, silver necklace, earrings, pendant.

‘There are no ideas too wild and no dreams too big’ Anonymous

Invitation - Walk on the Wild Side(263 kb)

Media Release - Walk On The Wild Side(207 kb)

6 December 2015 – 17 January 2016 | 8th Prospect Portrait Prize
 Shen D

Mixed mediums
Selected Artists

'Portraits' is a national juried art prize and looked for artworks that were interpretations and reflections of the subject but not a literal likeness.

Left: Damien Shen, On the fabric of the Ngarrindjeri body, etching, edition of 20,
65 x 46cm,
Winner of the 8th Prospect Portrait Prize

Media Release - 21 Finalists in 8th Prospect Portrait Prize(162 kb)

Invitation - 8th Prospect Portrait Prize(110 kb)

Brochure - 8th Prospect Portrait Prize(435 kb)

Media Release - 8th Prospect Portrait Prize Winners Announced(325 kb)

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