Earth’s waters are connected in a vast cycle capable of recording and demonstrating eons of change.
Six artists explore water’s states, impact and personal connection through very different mediums and styles.
Participating artists: Catherine Fitz-Gerald, Keren Seelander, Rod Bax, Ursula Kiessling, Margaret Ambridge and photographer Mark Fitz-Gerald.
Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm
Fisher Jeffries Exhibition Space, Level 1, 19 Gouger Street Adelaide
If you wish to attend the either of the below events, please click here to contact Catherine, as events are by invitation only. You may also request a personal tour at a mutually agreed upon time throughout the exhibition.
Launch on Friday 1st of February from 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Meet the artists on Tuesday 5th of February from 12:00pm - 2:00pm or 5:00pm - 6:00pm
To visit the 2019 WATER WAYS page on the Adelaide Fringe website, click here.
Sarah Ninio presents a Decade in Art. Sarah is a twelve year old artist who took part in her first exhibition with me 'Seasons' at Greenhill Gallery aged two. Now at twelve, Sarah looks back on a decade of artmarking and it's importance in her life.
Sarah believes that everyone should be able to participate in the arts and has chosen to create a special event combining an exhbition of her journey through art with a craft and bake sale to raise money for Tutti Arts and KidsXpress.
Come and see her journey through a decade of art and enjoy morning tea and a delicious bite from the bake sale which will include freshly baked sour dough bread, marmalades, cakes, slices, biscuits, gluten free and savoury items.
Joseph Ninio will also show an extended selection of his framed photographs to support Sarah's fundraising.
Artists Catherine Fitz-Gerald, Keren Seelander and photographer Joseph Ninio invite you and your friends to their exhibition 'Water - Space, Science & Emotion'
When : Sat 4th & Sun 5th Aug 10am-4pm
Where : 7/136 Grant Ave Toorak Gdns SA
Artist's talk at 2.00pm daily
In 'Blue Space' I explore how experience, memory and time reveal nuances about well-known seascapes and in turn how being in a place changes you.
Joseph Ninio discovers through photography what water reveals about science, surface tension, refraction of light, reflection, gravity, suspension, the fluid dynamics of water flowing.
Throughout history water has been a metaphor for the inner journey and Keren Seelander's dynamic, yet contemplative, paintings flow from her emotions into expressive abstractions.
View The Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize at all three locations Stump Hill Gallery
at the McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor Information Centre, The Fleuriue Art House 202 Main Rd McLaren Vale and Signal Point Galler, Goolwa.
Open 16th June - 22nd July
Peoples Choice Award will be announced July 22nd at the Stump Hill Gallery 2-4pm
Catherine Fitz-Gerald's work can be seen at the Fleurieu Art House in McLaren Vale.