Kyabram Community Gallery

 

Christine Upton  ends 1st feb 2021

Christine Upton

Passions, Journeys and Imaginings

Christine Upton specializes in exploring the printing technique known as relief-printing, and in particular lino block. She designs, hand carves and hand or foot prints her work in her studios in Corowa.

Looking back over a lifetime as a practicing artist it has become very clear that her works evolve around the exploration of techniques and the play with these to depict her passions, journeys and imaginings. Christine’s passions include native birds and flowers, patterns and colours. Her journeys include both the physical and the emotional. Her imaginings involve both technical and visual answers to the What if? questions she constantly asks herself.

“All of my work involves exploration and play as without these, for me, art would simply become a boring production line that creates visual images.”

Wacky Bird Gallery Corowa is owned and run by Christine. Her studios are part of the gallery.

Further information can be found online at:-

www.christineupton.com

www.wackybirdgallery.com.au

 

 

  • RICHARD TATTI Photography 4 FEB- 4 APRIL  2020                         
  • LAND and SKY  ‘The Art of the Night’                                              
    Photos taken using long exposure techniques and processed to best represent what the camera sensor can see using the latest imaging.

 

ON IDENTITY DEC/JAN 2019-20

 

FORMATIVE LANDSCAPES:

A Wimmera-Mallee perspective

OFFICIAL OPENING

OPENING OF LORMATIVE LANDSCAPES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAST EXHIBITION by JOHN ANDERSON

PAST  EXHIBITION

 

PAST EXHIBITION

PAST EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITION …. REIGNING CATS AND DOGS

 

Past Exhibitions

 

Tom Bolton

For over 30 years, Tom Bolton has been documenting his fascination with form, pattern, texture and chaos. He produces abstract studies, layered with hints of the geological and biological, suggesting natural or constructed landscapes. Central to Tom’s work is a search for moments of transition between area and volume, where surface is drawn out through illusion to substance. Of his drawings and paintings, Tom says “By making images, I discover what I’m trying to see”.

WOMEN OF NOTE

 

ART FOR EVERYONE OPENED 10TH FEBRUARY IN THE KYABRAM COMMUNITY GALLERY

VISIONS

OPENS 6TH NOVEMBER UNTIL 5TH FEBRUARY

OFFICIAL OPENING  2pm Saturday 9th  DECEMBER

 KERRY HANDWERK

 

Carol Foster

 

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