“The Rocks in my Head” an exhibition by artist Nadine Reynolds, features in the Photopia Studio gallery from 17 August to 17 September 2018, and started as a personal journey with a fascination with stones. After several months of exploring and happily painting rocks and stones, the artists’ world was turned upside down. Diagnosed with benign paroxysmal vertigo (BPV) or Vertigo, the feeling that the world is spinning, sometimes even upside down. It is caused by particles (or “pebbles”) in the inner ear and profoundly and chronically effects a persons sense of balance. Patience and exercise being the only “cure” for this condition; painting became an invaluable preoccupation. The “rocks” developed into metaphorical symbols of resilience.
The rocks in my head – vertigo (2016), Nadine Reynolds, Acrylic, paper and silk thread on canvas (122cm x 152.4 cm), $1 500
Some important information about flying cars……. It’s your last week to order pics from the 2017 GECC Community Musical : Chitty Chitty Bang Bang . If you would like to view the online gallery and place an order by 24th September please follow the link http://tiny.cc/Chitty17
Many thanks to Mayor Matt Burnett and everyone who attended the official opening of our new premises and launch of Mostly Girl, the first exhibition to be hosted there. We are very proud of showing this diverse, bold and intriguing collection by 12 Gladstone artists. You must come and see it before it closes on September 15.
New studio. New logo!
The first exhibition to be hosted in our new space at 8 Crow Street will be “Mostly Girl”, a collection of artworks by a varied array of artists that will surely be intriguing, thought provoking and terribly fun too. If you want to be part of something fresh and exciting, contact Felicia, our super star curator (email@example.com).
Cast portraits and behind the scene pictures of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang community musical are now available to view and purchase here: http://tiny.cc/chitty17