Art - What's On
Date

13 September - 16 November 2014

Venue

Burrinja Inner Gallery

Admission

Exhibition $5.00.

Yarra Ranges Residents and Jarmbi Members are Free.

With Country in Mind 
Hermannsburg Watercolours from the Ebes Collection 

A most unusual combination: in 1934 a young Arrernte man at Hermannsburg Mission sees an exhibition of water colour paintings by Victorian artists Rex Battarbee and John Gardner. Inspired he asks Battarbee to teach him, and subsequently he becomes Australia’s most famous artists: Albert Namatjira.

Now known as the Hermannsburg School, successive generations have continued with the tradition of water colour painting which brought central Australian landscapes to the attention of mainstream Australia.

This exhibition returns to its beginnings, to Albert Namatjira, his mentor and patron, Rex Battarbee, and the first generation of painters they inspired.

Gallery Tours: Thursday and Saturday at 11am
Included in Gallery Entrance.

Date

5 September - 16 November

Venue

Burrinja Gallery

Admission

Exhibition $5.00.

Yarra Ranges Residents and Jarmbi Members are Free.

Arlpwe Artists
Pictorial Letter from Arlpwe at Ali Curung

Artists from Ali Curung, visit Burrinja for a week of demonstrations, cultural education and to present a showcase exhibition of works from the region’s artists.

For the second consecutive year, the exhibition showcases new paintings featuring Kaiditch (Kaytetye) country in a traditional and modern style
as well as traditional artefacts.

Gallery Tours: Thursday and Saturday at 11am
Included in Gallery Entrance.

Dates

19 September - 2 November

Venue

Cafe Gallery

Matthew Rutten: The Beauty of Colour and Silk

Matthew Rutten's latest exhibition “The Beauty of Colour” presents a great range of art works. Matthew furthered his artistic education at Melbourne College of Textiles, his work is done using cold batik wax called guta, and the washes are done using silk dyes and salt. Each piece is a one off design all done freehand.

Matthew's scarves are very popular, having sold out at one exhibitions and being exhibited as part of Dandenong Ranges Open Studios, Lady Hawke Cafe and for a group exhibition at Steps Gallery, Carlton.

Date

3 October - 26 October

Venue

Jarmbi Downstairs Gallery

Birds: A Group Show

Illustrations and paintings of Australian birds. Group exhibtion with Jeremy Boot (SA), Katherine Cooper (TAS), Jacqui Christians, Janet Flinn, Jessie Journoud-Ryan, Joanne Pearcy and Stephen Powell (all VIC)

 

Date

3 October - 26 October

Venue

Jarmbi Upstairs Gallery

The Bequest of Vera Skipper

Local hills artist, Vera Skipper, has bequeathed oil pastels and paintings from decades of her creative career to the Belgrave Fire Brigade. The paintings will be sold as a means to fund an urgently needed second fire tanker.



 

Date

31 October - 30 November

Venue

Jarmbi Downstairs Gallery

The Arties: Our World is Here and it is Art

“Our world is Here ...and it is Art!” is a quote from Craig, one of the Arties group.
Our world can cover the personal to the political, the microcosm to the macrocosm. The cross roads the Arties have had in their life, with all their ups and downs, To what is precious to us in our world environment and what we stand to loose forever , If we don't act now!

Official Opening: Friday 31 October, 10:30am

 

Dates

31 October - 30 November

Venue

Jarmbi Gallery Upstairs

Mark Smith: Words are....

Inspirational, honest deceiving, words can be many things to many people. This striking exhibition delves into Mark Smith's world with honesty, sensitivity and grit.

Official Opening and Book Launch: Friday 31 October, 7pm - 9pm.