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NELLIE CRAWFORD SHOWS AT GALLOWS GALLERY

Posted in art, city of fremantle, culture, exhibition, Uncategorized by freoview on September 19, 2018

 

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I received late notice that Fremantle artist Nellie Crawford‘s new show opens tonight at 6.30pm at Gallows Gallery, 53 Glyde Street, Mosman Park.

Nellie is well known for her exquisite still-life paintings and has exhibited extensively.

The show runs till October 7, so make sure to head up Stirling Highway to have a look.

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DAVID SPENCER SHOWS MIRROR OF ART

Posted in art, city of fremantle, culture, exhibition, Uncategorized by freoview on August 4, 2018

 

Aug 89. Dave Spencer art show

 

Fremantle artist David Spencer will have a joint art exhibition with Margaret Heenan at the Gallows Gallery in Clyde Street, Mosman Park.

The show will be opened on Wednesday August 9 at 6.30pm by former Fremantle Dockers captain Mathew Pavlich.

 

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FREO’S GEOFFREY WAKE EXHIBITS AT GALLOWS

Posted in art, fremantle, western australia by freoview on March 16, 2017

 

Fremantle artist Geoffrey Wake who creates his work in his PS Art Space studio in Pakenham Street is having an exhibition at Gallows Gallery, 53 Glyde Street, Mosman Park. It is on till March 26.

The title of the exhibition is “Wandering with Le Corbusier” 

This painting is a process driven journey surrounding the subject of Le Corbusier, the French architect /artist. The work is inspired by researching Le Corbusier and translating that experience into an art form .The title is a metaphor on the wandering nature of creativity in that the process is not linear, the line in the painting represents the meandering thought process embracing the journey during the execution of the work. A bit like a river flowing and finding its own ideas and adding to the original thought. The work is also a collective expression of events embedded into the work to express both time and space. The external shape of the painting is purely a continuation of the shaped works I have been doing over the last few years.

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DAVID SPENCER SHOWS AT GALLOWS GALLERY

Posted in art, fremantle by freoview on April 2, 2016

 

Fremantle artist David Spencer is having an exhibition at Gallows Gallery in 53 Glyde Street, Mosman Park next Thursday 7th of April at 6:30pm.

The gallery describes him as “A young dynamic artist attracting a lot of attention in Perth and interstate.  He is a colourist and an abstract painter, and his work is of excellent quality.”

Go see for yourself and buy a few works!

Roel Loopers

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HAVE A BALL AT THIS ART EXHIBITION

Posted in art, fremantle by freoview on June 21, 2015

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A new exhibition by my friends Penny Hudson and Max Ball will open at Gallows Gallery in Mosman Park on Thursday June 25 at 6.30. The show will run till July 12.

Gallows is at 53 Glyde Street, off Stirling Highway just a ten-minute drive from Fremantle. You can pre-view the exhibition on http://www.gallowsgallery.com

Roel Loopers

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FREMANTLE POTTER SHOWS ZAMBIAN BEAUTY

Posted in art, fremantle by freoview on July 2, 2014

Fremantle potter Njalikwa Zongwe, who owns the Zinongo Gallery on Lefroy Street, is having an exhibition at Gallows Gallery in Glyde Street, Mosman Park. It opens tomorrow, Thursday July 3 at 6.30 pm.

To do research for this show Njalikwa went back to his birth country Zambia and workshopped with his native Ngoni tribe.

If you refuse to go north of the mighty Swan river, check out the Zinongo Gallery in Lefroy Street. It’s just up from Hampton Road.

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FREO PAINTER CRAWFORD SHOWS AT GALLOWS

Posted in fremantle by freoview on November 8, 2012

Sublime Fremantle still-life painter Nellie Crawford is exhibiting at Gallows Gallery in Glyde Street Mosman Park until November 25. The opening is at 6.30 today November 8.

Crawford had a very successful show in London only a few months ago so her exhibition is well worth the short trip to Mosman Park.

Roel Loopers

Painting by Nellie Crawford

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HUDSON BRINGS BALL TO GALLOWS

Posted in Uncategorized by freoview on May 3, 2011

My good friends Penny Hudson and Max Ball who work out of PURIST GALLERY in Yallingup will be having a joint exhibition MIXED BLESSINGS at GALLOWS GALLERY in Glyde Street in Mosman Park. The opening will be on Thursday May 12 from 6.30, so come along and support them.

Here is what they have to say about their work:

MAX BALL’S work:

Still Human
A little flower has bloomed into and onto Max’s jewellery.
A symbol of softness, of acceptance and surrender to another side of the artist’s psyche.
The yin of darkness of cages, traps and possessive-obsessions has a yang of lightness and positivity.
This is the ‘the’ flower. Still human.

PENNY HUDSON’S work:

Love Letters
Paintings are love letters  from Penny’s studio in Yallingup (Indigenous meaning for ‘place of love’ ). They are expressions of her love for family and friends, who she now lives far away from.

There must be something about this particular piece of the original dairy farm when it was subdivided….. We felt it when we first walked onto it in 2001. (Curiously the 5 young women who worked at the gallery in the last 8 years all fell pregnant while there, so love must be in the air!)

The exhibition will be officially opened by Tricia Horgan,
Leeuwin Estate Margaret River, who acquired one of Penny’s paintings in 2003 for inclusing in their ‘Art Series’ of Wine Labels.

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GREG JAMES EXHIBITION

Posted in australia, fremantle, western australia by freoview on September 9, 2010

Well known Fremantle sculptor Greg James will have an exhibition at Gallows Gallery in Glyde Street, Mosman Park from this Sunday, September 12. The opening is at 3 pm. The idea for the exhibition came out of Greg’s desire to work with doves.

James is known for his Bon Scott sculpture in the Fishing Boat Harbour, the Unknown Photographer at the Perth Barracks, The Strike at the Perth Mint, and another 27 public art pieces around town. He has been part of 50 solo and group shows so far.

Greg is one of the most gentle and delightful artists around town and deserves to be supported and recognised for his contribution to art in Western Australia.

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