Here, there and back again is a survey exhibition of the life works of senior Noongar artist Desmond Woodley. Encompassing his lived experiences, through time at New Norcia mission as a child, to working on cattle stations, and travelling the vast state of Western Australia, Desmond’s works are powerful and haunting, conveying his perception of life and place. Presented by DADAA and Ellenbrook Arts, Here, there and back ag...

In this exhibition Judy Rogers shows fragmented views of the nude or semi nudes of bodies, paintings of body parts, female and male. The body is a play on words: a body of works but paintings of the human body. This show was brought to St Petersburg by the artist in a case as part of her luggage in 2018, so the body from the suitcase is a fitting description. The paintings and sculptures are reflections on personal space, do...

ART ON THE MOVE

and

Ellenbrook Arts

Presents
MACHINES & MAKERS
Displaying a healthy obsession for sewing machines

At Ellenbrook Arts 

March 9 - April 7, 2019

Featuring work by: ANGELA McHARRIE, CORAL LOWRY, EVA FERNANDEZ, GEOFFREY DRAKE-BROCKMAN, JUDITH FOREST, LINDA VAN DER MERWE, MIKAELA CASTLEDINE, NALDA SEARLES, PAUL CAPORN, STUART ELLIOT, SUSIE VICKERY, and TEE KEN NG.

Imagine a time when all clothes were stitched by hand. It is...

18 January - 28 February 2019

Award-winning Yaruwu artist Robert Andrew addressed the complexity of belonging to mixed ancestry, combining high-tech engineering with the sacred and ancient materiality of ochre and natural artifacts. This was a breathtaking, immersive experience where large kinetic artworks slowly and elegantly eroded themselves over time. No two visits were alike. 

Proudly presented as part of Fringe World...

Supported by Healthway Act-Belong-Commit

Hills-based visual Artist Neil Elliot worked with Malvern Springs in term 2 and Fremantle artist, Nathan Hoyle, was engaged during term 3 at Ellen Stirling Primary School.


Both artists worked with the children over the course of a term, looking at the importance of keeping mentally healthy, and teaching artistic strategies for doing so through the use of art and craft. Neil also tau...

2 September - 7 October, 2018

The opening event of the Ellenbrook Open Art Award was held last Friday evening and was a fabulous event, attended by nearly 300 artists and art-lovers from within Ellenbrook as well as further afield.


The top prize went to Alastair Taylor for his painting entitled Herd 2. Alastair receives a cheque for $1,500 and a certificate. The judges commented that the painting has a “clear intent,...

Established glass artists, Anne Sorensen and Jill Yelland, present a series of new glass sculptural pieces inspired by the beauty of the West Australian landscape, from the red dust of the outback to the rugged blue coastline. Each piece is unique and reflects the spirit of our land through the fascinating medium of glass.

Anne Sorensen was born in Hobart, Tasmania and is now based in Bouvard, Western Australia, and h...

Make sure your masterpiece is ready to win your share of $5,000 in prizes.

Artonomy are an eclectic, informal collective of artists, born from the ashes of the Environmental Arts course at Midland TAFE, and meeting on a regular basis to exchange ideas.

The exhibition features a mix of artworks that were created as a response to another artwork;  there is a sense of a conversation in the gallery, with one work informing the next. Each artist was required to interpret an artwork, to extract meaning...

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Here, there and back again is a survey exhibition of the life works of senior Noongar artist Desmond Woodley. Encompassing his lived experiences, through time at New Norcia mission as a child, to working on cattle stations, and travelling the vast state of Western Australia, Desmond’s works are powerful and haunting, conveying his perception of life and place. Presented by DADAA and Ellenbrook Arts, Here, there and back ag...

In this exhibition Judy Rogers shows fragmented views of the nude or semi nudes of bodies, paintings of body parts, female and male. The body is a play on words: a body of works but paintings of the human body. This show was brought to St Petersburg by the artist in a case as part of her luggage in 2018, so the body from the suitcase is a fitting description. The paintings and sculptures are reflections on personal space, do...

ART ON THE MOVE

and

Ellenbrook Arts

Presents
MACHINES & MAKERS
Displaying a healthy obsession for sewing machines

At Ellenbrook Arts 

March 9 - April 7, 2019

Featuring work by: ANGELA McHARRIE, CORAL LOWRY, EVA FERNANDEZ, GEOFFREY DRAKE-BROCKMAN, JUDITH FOREST, LINDA VAN DER MERWE, MIKAELA CASTLEDINE, NALDA SEARLES, PAUL CAPORN, STUART ELLIOT, SUSIE VICKERY, and TEE KEN NG.

Imagine a time when all clothes were stitched by hand. It is...

Supported by Healthway Act-Belong-Commit

Hills-based visual Artist Neil Elliot worked with Malvern Springs in term 2 and Fremantle artist, Nathan Hoyle, was engaged during term 3 at Ellen Stirling Primary School.


Both artists worked with the children over the course of a term, looking at the importance of keeping mentally healthy, and teaching artistic strategies for doing so through the use of art and craft. Neil also tau...

2 September - 7 October, 2018

The opening event of the Ellenbrook Open Art Award was held last Friday evening and was a fabulous event, attended by nearly 300 artists and art-lovers from within Ellenbrook as well as further afield.


The top prize went to Alastair Taylor for his painting entitled Herd 2. Alastair receives a cheque for $1,500 and a certificate. The judges commented that the painting has a “clear intent,...

Established glass artists, Anne Sorensen and Jill Yelland, present a series of new glass sculptural pieces inspired by the beauty of the West Australian landscape, from the red dust of the outback to the rugged blue coastline. Each piece is unique and reflects the spirit of our land through the fascinating medium of glass.

Anne Sorensen was born in Hobart, Tasmania and is now based in Bouvard, Western Australia, and h...

Opening November 17 for 2 weeks only! The exhibition reflects the numerous Healthway-funded youth workshops held during 2017 and showcases the creative talent of young people in the Ellenbrook area! Come along and show your support.

With 160 entries from all ages and across a range of mediums, the 2017 Ellenbrook Open Art Award Exhibition features a great variety of works from artists across Western Australia.

2nd September - 8th October

Willandra explores the real and surreal with a highly diverse exhibition of oil on canvas works by Helena Valley artist Jenny Hollingsworth.

18th June - 16th July 2017.

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