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Constantly changing Group Show 

 

New artists, new works

Falkner Gallery  continues to display an exciting Group Show consisting of over 20 artists, each taking one or more walls and plinths in the gallery to display new works. Every 2 or so months their works change or other artists are invited to contribute.

Painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery and other crafts are all represented and an archival framing service is offered.

Included at present are paintings, drawings and photographs by Julie Coyle, Trudi Harley, Jane Canfield, Paloma White, Greg Somerville, Samantha Leggett, Jinette de Grooijer, Karen Holland, David Mellows, Linda Gallus, Tarli Glover, Sara Paxton, Margaret Lees, Robert J Williams and Liz Caffin.

The printmakers represented include John Wolseley, Diana Orinda Burns, Wayne Viney, Rosemary Eagle, Brenda Harthill, Carolyn Graham, Margaret Cromb, Karen van Cuylenburg, David Frazer, Greg Ure and José Borges. Their works demonstrate the techniques of woodcut, linocut, monotype, serigraph and wood engraving.

In addition, new works by ceramicists Mark Mason, Kevin Boyd, Paula Martin, Jane Burbidge, Jenny Stokes, Marina Pribaz and others are displayed throughout the gallery.

Accompanying these original artworks is a diverse range of giftware and cards, mostly created in Australia.

Most visitors are aware that other artists are also represented by unframed works on paper contained in display books in the stockroom. Many an afternoon is spent by viewers browsing through books containing hundreds of superb works. They can be bought and taken as is or can be framed by the gallery.

The gallery is open Thursday – Saturday 11-5

Falkner Gallery, 35 Templeton St, Castlemaine, Vic 3450

T: 5470 5858

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E: falknergallery@tpg.com.au

Hours: Thursday – Saturday 11am-5pm.

Winter Break: Gallery closed 7-24 August

 

 

A  synopsis and representative images of previous exhibitions can be seen under Exhibitions: ‘Past Exhibitions’.