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Award-winning artist Laura Matthews is renowned for her
stunning landscape paintings. Hold captures the power of the
ocean and contrasts it with the vulnerability of a child who is
awestruck by the thrill and beauty of the waves. The Studio
Gallery, April 23-May 2, thestudiogallery.com.au .
This annual exhibition features
work by some of the State’s best
recent graduate artists. Perth
Galleries and Gallery East, until
April 3, perthgalleries.com.au.
AND NEIL ERASMUS
Inspired by the WA landscape, three
artists have created a dynamic exhibition
of works in wood. Alcoa Mandurah Art
Gallery, May 13-June 4, manpac.com.au.
Mutsuko Bonnardeaux has lived all
over the world, so it’s not surprising
that her exhibition explores cultural
diversity. Elements Art Gallery, March
25-April 10, elementsartgallery.com.au .
This joint exhibition will feature
works by two West Australian
creators, jewellery artist Max
Ball and painter Penny Hudson.
Gallows Gallery, May 12-29,
Hold by Laura Matthews.
Still Human by Max Ball.
by Mutsuko Bonnardeaux.
Sorry Mate by Betty Walsh.
Stratum IV – Krysalis by Peter Cook.
Part of her recent Magpie series, Anderson’s representations of
these Australian birds are imbued with a strong sense of character
and charm. Their natural black and white colours hold strong graphic
appeal. Gallery 360, ongoing, gallery360.com.au.
Memories and Maps
Mitjili Napanangka Gibson paints stories from her country
in the Gibson Desert, located in the far north of Western
Australia. Artitja Fine Art, until March 27, artitja.com.au .
Marruwa Rockhole by Mitjili Napanangka Gibson.
Singing Magpies by Valerie Anderson.
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