Gloucester Gallery has a new exhibit opening featuring works by four artists from along the Bucketts Way.
The exhibition named ‘Coalesence’ - meaning to grow together, to unite into a whole, to unite for a common end, join forces - runs from Thursday, March 1 until Sunday, March 25.
In this joint exhibition four artists not previously known to each other but who live between Gloucester and Taree ‘coalesce’ their work into one exquisite exhibition to showcase their quite unique and different talents.
This enthusiastic group has been brought together with kind assistance from Belinda Messer at Not a Café art and craft gallery in Wingham.
It will comprise of beautiful turned wood pieces by Phillip Bourke, earthy representations in ink on Yupo paper by Kevin Griffiths, tattoo designs and fine pencil drawings by Gemma Stylz, and intricately painted mandalas by Jacqui Keith.
The exhibit’s official opening is Saturday, March 3 from 6pm at 25 Denison Street. All welcome.