Previous Exhibitions

A listing of previous exhibitions in date order. Exhibition Archives prior to September 2003 have been removed for "restoration".

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July to November 2009


Warm for Winter and HOT for Spring...
Hats Hats Hats.

Openning Night - Hats Hats Hats 2005
Images from previous Opening Nights...

Warm but Classy hats to keep the chill away - will make way for outrageous festival hats for the Spring racing season - just in time for the Melboune Cup! ...and of course there's always the silly season!

Original designs by Leeanne Goodwin, Anita Larkin, Lana Twyford,
Motria von Schreiber and more...

Winter Hats and Wraps available from Saturday 5th June

 

 

Saturday 14th March to Sunday 29th March 2009

an Exhibition of
Woodblock Prints by 
Norrio Takamiya

 

Opening Saturday 14th March at 6pm

 

"Duel" by Norio Takamiya     "Fear of Flying" by Norio Takamiya
"Duel"
Framed 55.5 W x 55.5cm H
 
"Geisha Beach Pattern"
Framed 55.5 W x 55.5cm H
 
"Fear of Flying"
Framed 55.5 W x 55.5cm H

Norio's unique and colourful woodblock prints juxtapose iconic imagery to comment on the interaction between east and west and the age-old tradition of “borrowing” ideas from other cultures.

Online Catalogue

* Please Note: Precinct Galleries is open on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from 10am to 5pm

 

Saturday 25th November to Sunday 10th December 2006


"Detail to Distance"

 

Recent Photographs by Richard Morecroft

Online Catalogue of available prints
Exhibition Catalogue
(2006 exhibition prints sold out)

"One Rock" by Richard Morecroft "Pond Falls" by Richard Morecroft
"One Rock"

"Pond Falls"

Framed prints are 125cm High x 51cm Wide

 

Saturday 25th November to
Sunday 10th December 2006

Opening 6pm Saturday 25th November
by Labor Spokesman for the Arts
Peter Garrett MP

 


July to November 2006.
Warm for Winter and HOT for Spring...
Hats Hats Hats.

Openning Night - Hats Hats Hats 2005
Opening Night - Hats Hats Hats 2005

Warm but Classy hats to keep the chill away - will make way for outrageous festival hats for the Spring racing season - just in time for the Melboune Cup! ...and of course there's always the silly season!

Original designs by Amelia Butler, Carol Dival, Leeanne Goodwin, Anita Larkin, and Lana Twyford and Jane Wright.

Opening Night - Saturday 8th July 2006 - 6pm

 

 

 

 


December 2005 - January 2005

"Tilt" by Anita Larkin

Above "Tilt" by Anitia Larkin.
Below "Down to Earth" - large glass form by Cobi Cockburn.
Right Top "Night Fishing V" by Lorna Crane and Bottom - "Alien Landscape" by Malcolm Utley.

"Down to Earth" by Cobi Cockburn

 "Of This Place 2006"

Precinct Galleries' annual exhibition of art works by artists from the South Coast.

Including work by: Megan Mulligan, Lorna Crane, Anita Larkin, Cobi Cockburn, Phil Gould, Dean Dampney, Norio Takamiya, Malcom Utley and more...

"Night Fishing V" by Lorna Crane

"Alien Landscape" by Malcolm Utley

Below: Left and Right - woodblock prints by Norio Takamiya, centre - hall table by Phil Gould

"Hekeshi in Sydney" by Norio Takamiya  hall table by Phil Gould  "Tin Tin meets Ned Kelly" by Norio Takamiya  

 


November 25th to December 12th
 

Cool Waters I "Cool Waters I"
Mixed Media on Canvas 385 x 305cm

Cool Waters II "Cool Waters II"
Mixed Media on Canvas 385 x 305cm


 

Lorna Crane - New Works

Acrylic and mixed media on canvas and board. Inspiration drawn from Lorna's local environment on the far south coast - including dairy flats, lakes, ocean pools, fishing vessels and planes.


"Night Fishing II"
Mixed Media on Canvas

Online Catalogue

 

Please note: the opening for this show has been postponed and will instead be combined with the opening of "Of This Place" to be held in early January 2006.

 


November 11th to 21st
Extended to Monday 12th December 2005
 

Lagoon Series Vessel by Hermie Cornelisse Large Vessels from the Lagoon Series by Hermie Cornelisse.
Inspired by an eight week residency in Narawntapu National Park in northern Tasmania.

 

Hermie Cornelisse
"New Work"
Lagoon, Grid and Loop series

Ceramics and paintings by established Tasmanian artist Hermie Cornelisse.

Online Catalogue

 


November 5th and 6th 2005
Extended to Monday 12th December 2005
 

Gloriously Ghastly Gargoyle #4 by Shelia Myers
(above) Gargoyle #4
Approx. 60cm high $825

(right) Gargoyle #1
[Detail] Approx. 60cm high $825SOLD

 

Gloriously Ghastly Gargoyles by Sheila Myers

The name says it all!

Four ceramic sculptures for brave people...

 

Gloriously Ghastly Gargoyle #1 by Shelia Myers

     
Gloriously Ghastly Gargoyle #3 by Shelia Myers   Gloriously Ghastly Gargoyle #2 by Shelia Myers
Gargoyle #3
Approx. 60cm high $825
Gargoyle #2
Approx. 60cm high $825 SOLD

 


Weekends: September 30th to October 3rd and
October 7th to October 10th inclusive

Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Mondays only
 
 

"From Outside"
New works by Megan Mulligan

Opening Saturday 1st October at 6.00 pm by Suzanne Chick

“a wonderful intersection of the wild and the cultivated, of nature and nurture”

Left: "Component Parts - Red"
Fabric, dried acanthus flower parts, thread & oil on canvas. 44cm x 57cm. Framed - $850 SOLD

Online Catalogue now available

 

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Detail of "Component Parts (Red)"

An exhibition of new work by
Megan Mulligan

 

 



“From Outside”

“a wonderful intersection of
the wild and the cultivated,
of nature and nurture”

Friday September 30 th to
Monday October 10 th 2005
open Friday, Saturday, Sunday
and Monday each week

Opening by Suzanne Chick
Saturday 1 st October - 6.00 pm

Detail of "Component Parts (Red)"
SOLD
Background B&W Detail of
"Flying Carpet - Chok0"

 

 


"Still Life Signature " Ceramics by David Edmonds


Weekends September 2nd to 5th and 9th to 12th inclusive

 

3 Bottles by David Edmonds
(left to right) - Three Bottles...
#6 - Mocha - 72cm x 16cm dia. - $260
#4 - White - 80cm x 22cm - $430 SOLD
#3 - Blue - 55cm x 30cm x 25cm - $320 SOLD

May be functional, always beautiful. Large still life with organic shapes in bottles and platters. Softly coloured glazes

Opening Saturday 3rd September at 6.00 p.m. all welcomeDavid Edmonds(above) David Edmonds

Ceramics - tall forms up to 85cm high, platters and bowls 55 to 60 cm wide.

Approximate price range from $190 to $430


 

June Long Weekend 2005
Friday 10th to Monday 13th June Inclusive

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Mixed Media in seven layers - Amelia Butler
Mixed Media in seven layers including Swarovski crystals and feathers - Amelia Butler


 

"The Hat Show"

From the fashionable to the fantastic: collect the hat that sets you apart from the crowd.

Original designs by Amelia Butler, Carol Dival, Leeanne Goodwin, Anita Larkin, and Lana Twyford

 

Opening 6.00 pm
Saturday 11 th June

Come and play!

See the Mailout
for more details

 

 

Summer Shows - January 2005

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Artworks by: above Megan Mulligan, right top Jen Saunders right middle Alison Chiam, below left Lorna Crane andbelow right Dean Dampney. Other participating artists include: Anna Glynn, Ingrid Mueller, Phil Gould, Kim Hill and Aeden Harris.

Media include acrylic, oil, mixed media, timber, photography, wood fired ceramic, lustred ceramic.

"Of This Place 2005"

Precinct Galleries' annual exhibition of art works by artists from the South Coast.

 



            
 

Above bracelet by Nicola Bannerman. Left bracelets (left to right) by Pippa Frecklington, Alicja Lasota, Pip Keane

"Retro, Classic, Dramatic and Pearlfect"

Jewellery by Nicola Bannerman, Pippa Frecklington, Alicja Lasota, and Pip Keane.

 

"Astroboy meet Matisse" by Norio Takamiya

"Astroboy meets Mamboesque..."

Norio Takamiya
wood block prints

 

 

 

"Astroboy in the Matisse"
editioned woodblock print

Sharon Cornthwaite
silver, leather and polyurethane jewellery

Pru Morrison
porcelain and leather jewellery

 

 

Red Earth II by Cobi Cockburn
Free blown, engraved glass with lampworked beads

"Sculptural Objects and Functional Art" Contemporary Australian Glass

Works by:

Cobi Cockburn, Tricia Allen, Norm Borg, Rodney Young, Emma Petersen and Mark Thiele.

 

 

The Squeaking Tribe...

Puppets with Attitude..

by Michael Hard

 

November 15th to 28th 2004

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'Enlightened' new works by Barbi Lock Lee

Red and Blue 'bird' jugs by barbie lock leeEnlightened

An exhibition of new work by Barbi Lock Lee

November 15th to 28th 2004

Join us for drinks with the Artist
6 pm Saturday 20th November

Online Catalogue - Virtual Gallery


 

October 22nd to 25th 2004

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'Alice and Friends' An exhibition of sculptures by Sheila Myers

'March Hare' by Sheila Myers
“Alice and Friends”

An exhibition of sculptures by
Sheila Myers


'Mad Hatter' by Sheila Myers
In the garden of Precinct Galleries
October 22nd to 25th 2004
11.00am to 4.00pm
Coinciding with the Berry Garden Festival

All sculptures online in our virtual gallery
and some now on display in the gallery space


Above images are from models (approx 150mm high)
currently on display in the galleries side window boxes.
Full sized sculptures are about 50cm high.

Online Catalogue - Virtual Gallery

 


   

Mid November 2003 : Class Glass

Angel Mermaid by Mark EliottMorph Vessels by Norm Borg

left Angel Mermaid by Mark Eliott, right Morph Vessels by Norm Borg images no indication of actual size

Class Glass. A group show featuring contemporary Australian glass artists including:

Trisha Allen, Norm Borg, Vivien Pollnow, Mark Eliott, Glenistair Hancock, Mark Thiele and more

 

Early December through January

Furniture by Michael Hill:

Em Table on show now

 

Of This Place

Our annual show featuring the work of local artists. This year artists include:

Anna Glynn, Cobie Cockburn, Charles Butcher, Cheryl Westenberg, Malcolm Utely, John Hatton, Vivien Pollnow, Megan Mulligan, Ellie Bunt and more.

Mid December to end of January

glass by Cobie Cockburn

 

 

 


New Ground

"Legged Vessel" by Hermie Corneliesse

Precinct Galleries is proud to introduce New Ground: a very interesting body of work by Hermie Cornelisse.

Well known and highly regarded in Tasmania, Hermie is hitting the mainland with ceramics that are strong, desireable and bound to be influential. For the first time, she is exhibiting her paintings and her embroidery along with her ceramics. This is a special treat allowing us, the viewers, to see more of her ongoing dialogue with pattern and surface decoration.

"Grid" by Hermie Corneliesse"Wincey & Wopper" by Hermie Corneliesse"Reservoir" by Hermie Corneliesse

Precinct Galleries "New Ground" by Hermie Cornelisse daily until 18th November 2003 online catalogue

 

 


Against the Grain: daily until 30th September 2003

 
   
black top textured hollow in Huon Pine by Brad Moss

A small group
show of works in timber featuring turned hollow forms by Brad
Moss

table by Niesche asian food setting by Hanlon Stool by Perkins & Houghton sphere by Brad Moss

Left to right: blackwood table by Fred Niesche, four place setting by Ron Hanlon, boxes by Tom Dinning, "Pickle Stool" in myrtle and also huon designed by Kevin Perkins and Stuart Houghton - made by Stuart Houghton, eucalyptus burl hollow sphere by Brad Moss

 

See the online catalogue for more deails