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Amanda ConwayJones

Ngarrindjeri artist Amanda Conway-Jones was born at Victor Harbor in South Australia in 1985. Her painting style is dot work and the bright colours from her coastal country hometown and the ocean are represented throughout her artworks. Amanda enjoys creating pieces that are inspiring and brighten people’s day with her choice of colours. Amanda’s Land Lines series represents country from an aerial view. For Aboriginal people, land has a spiritual and cultural connection that is deeply important to their identity and way of life. In this series Amanda has used a combination of cool ocean colours and warm earth colours…

Blue

15 Aboriginal artists have focused on the color blue in this collection of paintings that invokes stories of water, sky, seasons and clouds.  Sometimes used to signify water and aspects of the ether – wind, smoke, clouds, night skies – blue becomes a more familiar colour in the work of these Aboriginal artists. On the dry Australian continent blue holds the promise of coolness and moisture, the chance for life to recover and regenerate. It is a colour that sits around the earth rather than in it, contrasting to the deep orange oxide of the land. Blue is a contrast in the paintings as…

Exhibition Safe Keeping by Katie Breckon

OPENINGFriday 23 February 2018, 6.30pmRSVP Essential to laure@psas.com.auEXHIBITION24 February - 23 March 2018Tue-Fri, 10am-4pm, Sat, 10am-2pmSAFE KEEPING is an exhibition by artist Katie Breckon reviewing the Aboriginal stone tool collection of West Kimberley bushman Vic Cox. About the Vic Cox Collection“I found the stone tools in buckets on my property when we first bought it. They were collected from Worrorra Country by crocodile hunter and bushman Vic Cox, whose deceased estate we purchased in 2015. I invited Worrorra elders and friends Janet Oobagooma, Nyorna (Donny) Woolagoodja, anthropologist Kim Doohan and geologist Joh Bornman to view the objects and check for restricted…

Femme Art Exhibition

Femme is a creative collaboration between photographer Natasja Kremers and illustrator Angela Mitchell. A fusion of gritty, raw photography and delicate overlaying illustrations resulting in a contemporary series of double-exposed images. Worlds of fashion, flora and fauna intertwine with the female form to create surreal artworks that present as peculiar as they are beautiful.  The mix of digital and film imagery were all shot on Leica equipment and printed on beautiful thick cotton paper. Paint in palettes of bright graduating colour, metallics and crisp black and white contrast against the grainy greyscale and flesh-toned photography underneath. Each artist brings their own unique…

Freo by Kylie

Freo by Kylie is a solo exhibition featuring stunning photographs of the Fremantle area by emerging local photographer Kylie RichardsonFreo by Kylie is the first exhibition held through the Emerging Artist Support Fund, a grant program founded by Art of Freo to assist emerging artists with their first solo exhibition. The Emerging Artist Support Fund is proudly supported by the City of FremantleThe exhibition opens on Friday 23rd February at 6pm at the Art of Freo Gallery and runs Wednesday to Sunday 11-4pm until Sunday March 11th

WA Portrait Artists presents Skin Deep 2018

WA Portrait Artists is an association of artists whose practice includes portraiture. Its membership is made up exclusively of West Australians who have achieved finalist status in a national portraiture prize, including The Black Swan Prize for Portraiture, the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize and / or The Archibald. 'Skin Deep 2018’ is the fourth annual exhibition by the group and will comprise over fifty portraits by the fourteen participating artists whose work ranges from small to very large, from photorealism to expressive interpretations. This exhibition presents a diverse range of concepts and techniques representing contemporary portraiture at its very…

Images of India Fundraising Exhibition

Images of India is a fundraising exhibition by local photographer Juliet Murray.India is a land of contrasts. Poverty is significant, with one on 5 living in extreme poverty, without access to basic human needs. Of the poor, only 20% have access to toilets, 60% to electricity and 6% to running water.On the flipside, India is a country that is immensely rich; in culture, spirituality and diversity. It is enchanting and beautiful place, overwhelming to the senses. I find it near impossible to describe in words, thus, best captured through a lens!This fundraising exhibition aims to capture both the magnificence of…

Aboriginart Indigenous Fine Art Gallery

Aboriginart specialises in ethically sourced indigenous paintings from the Central & Western Desert regions. These amazing contemporary pieces have been created by some of the most collectable artists in Australia today whose work has been extensively exhibited and collected both privately and publicly all over the world including many in the National Gallery in Canberra. These internationally revered artists include Kathleen Petyarre, Judy Watson Napangardi, Kudditji Kngwarreye, Mitjili Napurrula, Gloria Petyarre, and the late greats Minnie Pwerle, Dorothy Napangardi, Makinti Napanangka and Ningura Napurrula. We have a stunning range of diverse designs and sizes suitable for any domestic or corporate…

Art of Freo

Art of Freo has grown from a love of Fremantle and a desire to help boost public awareness of the many independent artists working within the greater Fremantle area.In the gallery we will feature art exhibitions and events from local artists and Fremantle based works of art.

Artitja Fine Art

Based in South Fremantle Artitja Fine Art is a private gallery specialising in Australian Indigenous Fine Art from remote and regional art centres and communities. We hold up to four specialised exhibitions a year and outside of those times we are available by appointment. Since 2004 the gallery has established itelf as one of Perth's most reputable and accessible Indigenous art galleries. Artitja Fine Art's aim is in connecting cultures through art.  Aboriginal art is not just aesthetically beautiful, it provides important insights into Indigenous stories and Tjurrkupa (dreamings). Within Australia and internationally, the art plays an important role as a medium for…

Barracuda Studio Gallery Design and Lifestyle Store

The Barracuda Studio Gallery has a broad aim to be a flexible space that facilitates and promotes artists/craftspersons and others in their sustainable entrepreneurial activity. The gallery encourages experimentation and the evolving of this artistic and sustainability minded spirit. Barracuda's brief is to respond to both the ethical commercial, retail and artistic needs of a community which depends on arts and culture to enrich, catalyse and improve the quality of the lives of those within it.We hope to inspire a sense of place and exploration in a changing world and a place or home for such artistic/creative exploration,purchasing,shopping and education.…

Bathers Beach Art Precinct

The Bathers Beach Art Precinct is part of the conservation and activation work around the historic Arthur Head area of Fremantle, Western Australia. The area is of historical significance for indigenous Australians and European settlement of Western Australia. The precinct is home to more than 20 established and highly respected sculptors, painters, photographers, Indigenous artists, a ceramic artist and designers, one of which is the famous sculptor Greg James who created the sculpture of the fisherman at Fishing Boat Harbour. Other artists include Joanna Robertson, Jenny Dawson, Peter Zuvela, Ann Land, Carol Hazel, Caroline Thompson and Tessa Joy. Studios Kidogo…

Bottleshots Photography

Bottleshots Photography is a full service commercial image service specialising in providing businesses with digital marketing images of wine and food products and their packaging, with an emphasis on glass and bottles, serving customers throughout Australia and Southeast Asia.

David Giles Art Gallery

The David Giles Art Gallery at 49B High St showcases a wide range of highly affordable art pieces by many talented Western Australian artists, including David Giles. Studio Eleven Art Gallery at 11 Captains Lane hosts a number of permanent artists in residence. You can meet the artists and purchase art, jewellery and gifts. Studio Eleven is also home to the David Giles Freedom School of Painting, which provides an opportunity to explore your inner creative self. The David Giles Art Gallery is open 11-5 Tuesday to Sunday and Studio Eleven is open 11-4 Thursday to Sunday.

David Spencer Fine Artist

Acknowledged as one of Australia's collectable mid-career artists. David Spencer has held successful solo and group exhibitions across Australia for the past ten years. Spencer's vibrant and dramatic art is an observation of the modern industrial world. His paintings are emotionally charged with bright colour and are enlightened by pattern and reoccurring symbols. Constantly seeking new challenges in multi-disciplinary art practices including sculpture, fashion design, illustration, music and film production. Spencer looks to colour all areas of creativity with his own unique vision and style. With all these elements combined, we discover compositions that both dignify his imagination and the…

earlywork gallery

A space dedicated showing local artists' work - early work, recent and new works. Feature exhibitions change regularly. Our stockroom includes work by Megan Anderson, Carole Ayres, Thomas Gare, George Haynes, Jane Martin, Roger Swainston and Ken Wadrop

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Galleries and studios in Fremantle

Fremantle has long been a centre for arts and culture and there is always a great program of exhibitions and events to discover at the many galleries and studios. If you are looking for what to do in Fremantle on the weekend or during the week check out our listings for studios, art spaces, pop up shops and art galleries in Fremantle