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BEST OF art
Experience the best local and inter national art on show
this summer compiled by Jessica Matthews + Monika Andreev + Pia Mazza
OF EARTH BELOW
Kim Nelson’s eag erly awaited
2010 solo exhibition though
mainly realistic, is a portal into
an alternate universe – a spiritual
and poetic re-visit to mythology
and biblical times. Look out for
Kim’s iconic red shawl, symbolic
of the spirit, around which his
paintings gravitate. The Sheraton
Hotel, until Januar y 19, unitedgalleries.
Enlightenment by Kim Nelson.
Red, White and Blue (2008) by Danie Mellor.
Menagerie: Contemporary Indigenous Sculpture
This free exhibition offers a stunning display of contemporary Indigenous
sculpture with works by 33 established and emerging Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander artists, including West Australians Janine McAullay Bott, Jean
Burke and Shirlie Purdie. WA Museum – Perth, until Januar y 23, museum.wa .gov.au .
Mandurah’s distinctive wetlands
were the inspiration behind this
exhibition, presented by Perth-
based artists Chris Marshall and
Debra Scidone. The result is a
colourful and highly textured
group of works that highlight
the beauty of the Peel region.
Alcoa Mandurah Art Galler y,
Januar y 21-Febr uary 12,
Mandjar Blues – Signature Artwork, by Chris Marshall and Debra Scidone
Successful artist Holly Grace
has won countless awards
and grants. Her latest exhibition
will feature beautiful glass works
that are sandblasted and etched
with tree-branch imagery.
Gunyulup Galleries, January 8-23,
Fallen glass conical forms.
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