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Kati Thamo

Kati explores the natural world through holographs, linocuts, etchings and shadow prints. Born in Perth to Hungarian parents, Kati's art is often imbued with her Eastern European heritage.

  • Galleries:Artist Studio
  • Open Days/times:BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Details

  • Open Days:By Appointment Only

Description

Born in 1956 in Perth, Western Australia, to Hungarian parents, Kati studied art at Edith Cowan University and the Hobart School of Art, majoring in printmaking. Since 1980 she has lived mainly on the far south coast of WA, working from her home studio. The telling of tales has always been integral to her art practice, and she draws on personal stories and incidents along with grander narratives to devise a form of visual fable. Using a cast of characters including animals and objects, her storylines describe the mystery, frailty, hopefulness and anxiety of life. She says, 'I often think of my images as small theatre settings where various dramas are enacted'. Kati's art is often imbued with her Eastern European heritage, and a journey to trace her migrant family's homelands in 2010 is reflected in subsequent exhibitions, and in the development of a series of works.

More recently, Kati has been exploring the natural world, looking at ways to depict the fragility and complexity of natural ecosystems.

Kati's work has been exhibited nationally in both solo and group exhibitions, and is held in numerous private and public art collections in both Australia and overseas.

Image: The Fox and the Boar

 

Andrea Adamson Tiger - Seven Sisters Dreaming

Andrea Adamson Tiger, Pitjantjatjara artist, paints colorful Seven Sisters Tjukurrpa & Women’s Ceremonial stories

  • Open Days/times:16 November - 22 December 2018 / Weekdays 10am - 5:30 pm ; Weekends 12pm - 5pm
  • Represented Artists:Andrea Adamson Tiger
  • Galleries:Painting,Aboriginal,Art Gallery,Public Art Gallery

Details

  • Facilities:Free
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Andrea Adamson Tiger is a Pitjantjatjara artist, born at Amata community on the APY Lands in 1973. Her family includes artists Rini Tiger and her grandfather Tiger Palpatja. Andrea maintains close connections to Country and ceremony. Andrea paints stories associated with the Seven Sisters songline, an extensive Dreaming track that crosses her country. In the Tjukurrpa story, the sisters created sites and locations across the land as they flee from a male pursuer Wati Nyuru. 

ART ON THE MOVE: Beach Street Gallery

ART ON THE MOVE have recently relocated to Fremantle. You can visit their Beach Street Gallery where they’re currently showcasing their touring exhibitions.

  • Open Days/times:Monday - Thursday 10am - 4pm
  • Galleries:Art Gallery

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday

Description

ART ON THE MOVE encourages connections and fosters a sense of belonging, creativity and a greater understanding of ourselves and the world through visual art.

Artitja Fine Art

Artitja Fine Art is a by-appointment home based gallery specializing in Indigenous fine art and exhibiting quarterly in selected spaces in and around Fremantle, WA

  • Galleries:Sculpture,Art Gallery,Aboriginal,Craft,Painting
  • Open Days/times:BY APPOINTMENT

Details

  • Open Days:By Appointment Only

Description

Artitja Fine Art's aim is in connecting cultures through art.  Quality Aboriginal art is not just aesthetically beautiful, it provides important insights into stories and Tjurrkupa (dreamings)

Artitja Fine Art is located in South Fremantle in Western Australia, is open seven days a week by appointment and holds four exhibitions a year in a gallery space in and around the Fremantle region, details of which are posted to their website prior to the event.

"Often the question is asked in regard to how to select a painting.  There is only one answer - select the one that moves your heart" - Anna Kanaris, Director

Artsource Old Customs House

Artsource has been housed in Old Customs House since 1986. In 2018, we have the opportunity to showcase exhibitions in our light-filled atrium spacer, providing new impetus for artists.

  • Galleries:Installation,Painting,Photography,Sculpture

Details

  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Throughout our thirty year history in our flagship building, we have provided services extending to our many artist members and associates to support the practice of professional artists and provide work and development  opportunities through Western Australia.

Batavia Gallery

Mutiny, massacre and shipwreck, all on WA’s shores? Yep, it happened off the Abrolhos on the Batavia ship, and this exhibition documents its gorily fascinating journey.

  • Galleries:Installation

Details

Description

The Batavia Gallery is the centrepiece of the Shipwreck Galleries. The gallery houses the reconstructed remains of the VOC ship Batavia, excavated by archaeologists in the 1970s.

After an extensive treatment and restoration process, the remains of the ship’s stern were rebuilt in this gallery.

The gallery also features a skeleton of one of the people murdered on the Abrolhos Islands, a replica of the impressive portico façade – carried as cargo to be used as a grand entrance to the city of Batavia - a reconstruction of the Captain’s cabin, and numerous other artefacts recovered from the wreck.

There is an elevated viewing deck to look down upon the stern of the Batavia, and appreciate the size and scope of the wreck and gallery.

David Giles Art Gallery

David Giles Art Studios was established by well know Australian artist David Giles to provide an outlet for his own work and other artists from the "Freedom School" group.

  • Represented Artists:David Giles and various artists
  • Galleries:Painting,Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Tuesday - Sunday 11am - 5pm

Details

  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

The David Giles Art  Gallery and Studio currently shows paintings by David Giles and 32 other members of the Freedom School including Louise Paul, Carol Hazel, Zosia Grochowska, Jan Rowe, Alyssa Kanitsch, Sabina Moncrieff, Tricia Maiorana, Kirsty Low, Penny Rulyancich, Yvonne Cilia, Elyse Frankel, Melissa Mcleod, Tonia Douglas, Lesley Yuen, Sandra Mikus, Brigitta Nowland, Susan Clark, Gabrielle Dahman,  Toni Bissett,  Marlene Somodji, Elwyn Marren, Sue Doorey, Liliana Stafford, Carolyn Griffiths, Carol - Ann Hugin and Ashima Milne.

Not all work on this website is available to view at the Fremantle studio so please phone if you wish to view a particular piece. 

David Spencer Fine Art

A West Australian artist seeking to make the world a brighter place with colour and shapes.

  • Galleries:Painting,Artist Studio
  • Open Days/times:BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
  • Represented Artists:David Spencer

Details

  • Open Days:By Appointment Only

Description

Acknowledged as one of West Australia's collectable mid-career artists. David Spencer has held successful solo and group exhibtions across Australia for the past ten years. Featured in a range of state and national publications including Australian Art Review and Australian Art Collector.

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 reoccuring symbols.

With these elements combined, we discover a composition that both dignifies his imagination and the subject he chooses to explore.

Studio visit by appointment: [email protected] /// 214 South Street, White Gum Valley, [Fremantle]

Doing Time at Fremantle Prison

Fremantle Prison holds the key to history, mystery and fun. Step inside and do time on a fascinating Prison Day Tour, Tunnels Tour adventure or spooky Torchlight Tour.

  • Historical Sites:Prisons
  • Open Days/times:Mon - Sun 9AM - 5PM

Details

  • Facilities:Cafe
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Fremantle Prison is one of Western Australia’s premier tourist attractions and is the first building in the State to be inscribed on to the World Heritage list.

The Prison was built by convicts in the 1850s and was used as a place of incarceration for almost 140 years. Decommissioned as an operating maximum security gaol in 1991, the empty prison with its solitary cells and gallows is a monument to a system of punishment that is uncomfortably recent.

If the walls of the Prison could talk they might tell stories of loneliness, pain and suffering.  As a place of execution between 1888 and 1984, 43 men and 1 women were hanged there.

Step inside and do time with Fremantle Prison’s experienced guides on a range of Prison Day tours around this fascinating site. Daring escapes and colourful characters feature in tales laced with prison humour. Artwork on cell walls speak volumes, from the classical to the vibrant Aboriginal images.

Visitors with a spirit for adventure can explore the one kilometre labyrinth of tunnels built more than a century ago under the Prison on a Tunnels Tour. Equipped with hardhat, overalls, boots, headlamps and harnesses visitors are locked into the ladder system and descend 20 metres into the depths below.  Skilled guides lead the trek through dry sections of the tunnels by foot, then visitors board replica convict punts to explore the submerged passageways accessible only by boat.

For a spooky experience you can’t go past an eerie Torchlight Tour. Cringe at the rotten, the wretched and inhumane as the tour guide delves into the darker side of the Prison's history. Be warned – there are a few surprises along the way and these tours are not for the faint hearted.

Bookings are essential for Tunnels Tours and Torchlight Tours, call (08) 9336 9200.

For more information on WA’s World Heritage listed tourist attraction visit us at www.fremantleprison.com.au

Duyfken Replica Foundation

Duyfken is the first known European ship to visit Australia -- 164 years before the arrival of Captain James Cook.

  • Museums:Maritime
  • Open Days/times:BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Details

  • Open Days:By Appointment Only

Description

Duyfken is the first known European ship to visit Australia -- 164 years before the arrival of Captain James Cook. Nearly 400 years later a working full-scale replica was built in Western Australia to tell the 'Duyfken story' to Australia. You are invited to participate in the exciting replica project by visiting the replica in museum mode, sail on it or become a volunteer. There are rich, rewarding and exciting educational experiences here for all ages.
 
The Duyfken replica has been acclaimed around the world as the finest "Age of Discovery" replica ship ever built. The Duyfken 1606 Replica Foundation was formed in 1993 to build the ship and after her first voyage in 2000 the ship has sailed the world's oceans.
 
Enjoy the Duyfken story which is still being told.

Earlywork Gallery

Earlywork is gallery space dedicated to showing local artists' work. Feature exhibitions change regularly.

  • Open Days/times:Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm (and weekends during feature exhibitions)
  • Galleries:Painting,Art Gallery

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

Our stockroom includes work by Megan Anderson, Carole Ayres, Thomas Gare, George Haynes, Jane Martin, Roger Swainston and Ken Wadrop

Fleur Marron

Fleur Marron is a West Australian based independent artist who specialises in creating artwork via private commissions. With ten years experience in project management, Fleur has developed a process for clients to commission work, optimising client satisfaction while not compromising the creative validity of her work.

  • Galleries:Painting,Artist Studio
  • Open Days/times:BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Details

  • Open Days:By Appointment Only

Description

Fleur Marron is a West Australian based Independent Artist who specializes in creating artwork via private commissions. With ten years experience in project delivery, Fleur has developed a process for clients to commission work, optimizing client satisfaction whilst not compromising the creative validity of her work.

Fleur spent 1999-2010 working predominantly in energy science, consulting to mining companies across Australia.  This work took her to some of the most remote parts of Australia.  Throughout this time she always painted.  In February 2010 she committed to painting as a profession, and she continues to strive for technical excellence.

Fleur’s body of works may be categorized into a number of series, namely: Vast Country of Mine; Swanning About; The Art of Marriage®, and Portraits. These series’ have been developed over a number of years, and satisfy different sides of Fleur’s creative outlook. All works are custom designed on Belgian linen, using a selection of oils, acrylic, ink and 24crt gold leaf. In December 2010 the Childhood series will be launched, which will offer limited edition artwork for children of all ages.

The series’ explore different themes, composition and colour. Vast Country of Mine deconstructs the natural and the built Australian environment and reconstructs it into a semi surreal landscape; Swanning About explores the human condition in an ever changing environment by capturing the Swan and Canning rivers as a stage and evoking a human spirit within its subjects; The Art of Marriage explores the importance of finding happiness in simple pleasures on the domestic front; and the Portraits series focuses on the story of individuals in the presence of others who are introduced as guests in the story line. Some guests are there for a reason, others for a season, and there are guests who stay a lifetime.

The following portfolio shows a sample of works created under these series’ and also lists works created independently of these series’. The majority of pieces in this catalogue are sold, or held for exhibitions and private collections, as marked.   Works are continually being produced though not all will be shown in this portfolio if part of an upcoming exhibition. If you are interested in any of the work in this catalogue please contact Fleur Marron via email [email protected]

Francesca Gnagnarella's Private Gallery

Meet internationally acclaimed artist Francesca Gnagnarella and visit her private gallery Neon Space in North Fremantle.

  • Represented Artists:Francesca Gnagnarella
  • Galleries:Painting,Art Gallery

Details

  • Open Days:By Appointment Only,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Art collectors and art lovers are welcome to schedule an appointment to visit Francesca's private gallery in North Fremantle. Existing original paintings start at $390 to $8,500 and there are many price points in between depending on sizes.

Please email Francesca directly at [email protected] or phone 04 38 35 12 87 to schedule an appointment and to receive directions.

Before your appointment, please take a look at available works for sale and let Francesca know of any paintings you might be interested in seeing. They may need to be retrieved from her studio and we need enough time to have them displayed for your visit.

Also, don't forget your wall measurements!

All current prices are listed online. Email us for a custom commission price.

We're looking forward to seeing you at Neon Space Gallery!

Fremantle Arts Centre

One of Australia’s leading arts centres, FAC is housed within an iconic heritage building and beautiful grounds. Visit for free exhibitions, art courses, live music, cafe, shop and free wifi.

  • Open Days/times:Monday - Sunday 10am – 5pm
  • Galleries:Painting,Photography,Sculpture,Public Art Gallery

Details

  • Facilities:Cafe,Free
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Housed within an iconic heritage building and beautiful grounds, Fremantle Arts Centre is one of Australia's leading arts organisations. Visit for free exhibitions, a shop selling the finest WA hand-made wares, an expansive live music program, special events, an idyllic cafe and free wifi. Open 7 days.

Located on Finnerty Street, the historic site was originally the first purpose-built ‘lunatic’ asylum in WA. It has since been a women’s home, a naval base during WW1 and WW2 and a technical college before opening as Fremantle Arts Centre in 1972. 

The Exhibitions team manage a cutting-edge selection of contemporary arts from practitioners locally, nationally and internationally, with a growing Residencies program running alongside. FAC also manages the Moores Building on Henry Street in the west end.

The Learning program is a cornerstone of FAC’s operations; over 1,000 students enrol each term. Tailored to kids and adults, courses range from weekend workshops to mid-week night classes, along with a kids holiday program.

In recent years, FAC has become a premiere venue for Australian and international musicians. A diverse range of acts play year-round, from local bands on Sunday afternoons in summer’s Courtyard Music, to touring acts on the South Lawn such as Paul Kelly, The Dandy Warhols, Groove Armada and Tame Impala.

 

Fremantle Prison

Built by convicts in the 1850s, Fremantle Prison was used as a place of incarceration for 136 years before being decommissioned in 1991.

  • Museums:Local History
  • Open Days/times:9AM - 5PM

Details

  • Open Days:Saturday,Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday
  • Facilities:Cafe,Wheelchair Access

Description

Fremantle Prison was built as a convict barracks in the 19th century and remained in continual use until 1991. The Prison was a place of hangings, floggings, dramatic convict escapes and prisoner riots. Inmates included imperial convicts, colonial prisoners, enemy aliens, prisoners of war and maximum-security detainees.

Visitors can step inside and do time with Fremantle Prison’s experienced guides on a range of fascinating tours. Prison Day Tours highlight convict and prison life, daring escapes and colourful characters in tales laced with prison humour. Visitors with a spirit for adventure can descend 20 meters below the Prison to explore a one kilometre labyrinth of tunnels by foot and by boat on an underground Tunnels Tour or delve into the darker side of the Prison's history at night on a spooky Torchlight Tour.

Bookings are essential for Tunnels Tours and Torchlight Tours.

Holly Story

Holly Story is a visual artist based in Fremantle. She has an abiding interest in the relationship between the human and natural worlds and works with printmaking, embroidery, sculpture and video.

  • Open Days/times:BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
  • Galleries:Artist Studio

Details

  • Open Days:By Appointment Only

Description

Holly Story is a visual artist based in Fremantle, Western Australia. She also maintains a research studio on the south coast of WA on the Deep River. Over the past two decades her art practice has included printmaking, embroidery, installation, video and sculpture. She has an abiding interest in the relationship between the human and natural worlds.

Holly was born in Zimbabwe but grew up in various countries with a “third culture” family based in England. She immigrated to Western Australia in 1970, and in 1987, as a mature age student, undertook a Visual Art degree at Curtin University School of Art, Perth. She obtained a BA followed by a Post Graduate Diploma in Visual Art 1991 and has been working as an artist, arts administrator and occasional writer on the arts since that time.

Her work is concerned with human perception, with lived experience, and in particular the interdependence of the human and natural world. At the heart of her practice is a 30 year relationship with her research site on the Deep River, on the south coast of Western Australia.

Over the past two decades her art practice has included printmaking, embroidery, installation and sculpture. Most recently she has begun working with video. She states “I take worn materials and objects, already redolent with their own histories, and transform them through simple domestic processes.”

Image: Fancywork, 2000

Japingka Aboriginal Art Gallery

See great Australian Aboriginal art in our upstairs exhibition galleries - 4,500 artworks in stock, from small affordable paintings to collectable masterworks. See major artists & exhibitions online.

  • Open Days/times:Monday – Friday 10am - 5.30pm, Saturday – Sunday 12pm - 5pm
  • Galleries:Aboriginal,Painting

Details

  • Open Days:Sunday,Saturday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

Japingka Gallery exhibits the best in Aboriginal art at its galleries on two levels of a heritage 1890s warehouse building at 47 High Street in Fremantle, Western Australia. The ground floor gallery presents a broad cross-section of Aboriginal art from leading artists and regions. The two upstairs galleries present new exhibitions every seven weeks from Indigenous communities and artists from across Australia.

The gallery directors have over 30 years’ experience working with contemporary Aboriginal artists. Artworks are ethically sourced, and Japingka Gallery is a member of peak industry groups Aboriginal Art Association of Australia and the Federal Government’s Indigenous Art Code, which promote best practice and ethical standards in the Aboriginal art industry.

 

Japingka Gallery is open 7 days a week and houses over 4,500 Aboriginal art works from regions across Australia

Ken Rasmussen Gallery

Ken Rasmussen's contemporary oil paintings of Western Australia's iconic locations recreate the romance of the places you've found peace and connection with your people.

  • Open Days/times:Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
  • Represented Artists:Ken Rasmussen
  • Galleries:Painting,Artist Studio

Details

  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Monday,Tuesday

Description

Ken Rasmussen is a high-profile Western Australian landscape artist, well known for his evocative interpretations of iconic locations around Perth and the Margaret River region.

His works are also for sale online with free shipping Australia wide.

Kidogo Arthouse

Home to two galleries, the KIDOGO ARTHOUSE is a unique exhibition space located at the edge of the sea in Fremantle.

  • Galleries:Art Gallery,Painting,Photography,Pottery,Sculpture,Textiles,Ceramics,Drawing,Installation

Details

  • Open Days:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday

Description

Nestled between the town and the sea, the Heritage Listed limestone building that houses the KIDOGO ARTHOUSE was built in 1884 by Harwood and Son. 

A fixture at the edge of Bathers Beach in Fremantle, the building was originally known as the 'Dangerous Goods Store' and has served a number of purposes. At various times a kerosene storehouse, a Harbour and Lights Department warehouse and a shipwright's shed, the building was saved from near demolition in 1972 to be reborn to its present incarnation as a space for the creative arts.   

Renovated in 1974, the iconic building began its new life as a hub for the arts in 1975 with the opening of Joan Campbell's acclaimed Potter's Studio. At the hands of Founder Joanna Robertson, this renewed and much-loved landmark structure has undergone its most glorious incarnation yet as the KIDOGO ARTHOUSE.

Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery

The Moore's Building Contemporary Art Gallery is a City of Fremantle subsidised exhibition space that promotes a diverse range of contemporary art.

  • Galleries:Drawing,Painting,Photography
  • Open Days/times:Monday - Sunday 10am - 4pm

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

<p> The Moore's Building Contemporary Art Gallery is a City of Fremantle subsidised exhibition space that promotes a diverse range of contemporary art. Located in Fremantle’s historic west end, this heritage-listed venue has been an important part of Fremantle’s art community since 1994.</p> <p> It is particularly suited to emerging artists and recent graduates due to its low cost gallery spaces and central location.</p> <p> The Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery has six individual exhibition spaces and supports exhibition development and partnerships with artists, arts organisations and communities by providing subsidised rental spaces, developmental assistance and information services for exhibitors.</p> <p> To view the current exhibition program visit the Fremantle Arts Centre <a href="http://fac.org.au/" target="_blank" title="Link to Fremantle Arts Centre website">website</a>.</p>

Planet Shark: Predator or Prey

Leave the outside world behind as you immerse yourself in the incredible underwater world of sharks with our new exhibition at the WA Maritime Museum: Planet Shark: Predator or Prey.

  • Open Days/times:Saturday 6 July – Sunday 10 November. Open daily 9.30am – 5pm
  • Represented Artists:Planet Shark: Predator or Prey exhibition
  • Museums:Maritime,Natural History,Other,Science

Details

  • Wheelchair Access:Yes
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays

Description

Leave the outside world behind as you immerse yourself in the incredible underwater world of sharks!

Our latest exhibition at the WA Maritime Museum will take you on a journey through millions of years of evolution, leaving you with a whole new level of respect for the ocean’s oldest and most effective predator.

Produced on a size and scale never seen in Australia before, Planet Shark includes awe-inspiring models of real sharks, an extraordinary collection of shark teeth and jaws, and extremely old and rare fossils—some up to 370 million years old.

This exhibition also includes a walk through gallery where you will be mesmerised by stunning HD projections of underwater shark footage.

Whether sharks fill you with fear or fascination, Planet Shark: Predator or Prey will have you captivated from start to finish. Don’t miss out on this unique experience for young and old alike!

WA Maritime Museum

Exhibitions runs: Saturday 6 July – Sunday 10 November

Open daily 9.30am – 5pm

Various ticket prices; group discounts available - and kids under 5 free!

Purchase your tickets now from museum.wa.gov.au/planet-shark

PSAS PS Art Space Fremantle

PS Art Space is a project space for the experience of contemporary art which presents a curated program of exhibitions and events by Australian and international artists.

  • Galleries:Installation,Art Gallery,Painting,Sculpture
  • Open Days/times:Tuesday - Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 10am-2pm

Details

  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

Sensitively restored, the heritage listed building is located in the heart of Fremantle’s historic West End precinct, PSAS has become one of Perth’s most exciting and experimental platform to experience contemporary culture.

Roundhouse

The Roundhouse is the oldest public building in the State of Western Australia. Opened in January 1831, just 18 months after settlement, it has had various uses over the years.

  • Historical Sites:Buildings
  • Open Days/times:Mon - Sun 10.30AM - 3.30PM

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

The Roundhouse was built to hold any person convicted of a crime in the settlement and was used until 1886. After it ceased being used as a gaol it became a Police Lock-up until the late 1890s and then was used as accommodation for the Water Police, and afterwards as a storage facility for Fremantle Ports. When threatened with demolition in the 1920s it was saved and later control went to the State Government before it was deeded to the City of Fremantle.

Shackleton Gallery - Wood Fired Ceramics

Cher Shackleton is a ceramic artist with over 30 years experience.She is the only ceramic artist in WA who users Soda with wood firing.

  • Represented Artists:Cher Shackleton
  • Galleries:Ceramics,Pottery,Art Gallery

Details

Description

Cher Shackleton is a ceramic artist with over 30 years experience.She is the only ceramic artist in WA who users Soda with wood firing giving a unique effect to the surfaces of the work. She produces both sculptural and funtional work.

She also conducts pottery classes in her studio.

Smart Casual

Smart Casual is a contemporary art gallery located inside MANY 2.0.

  • Open Days/times:Wednesday - Sunday 10am-5pm
  • Galleries:Art Gallery

Details

  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Part of Smartmarket's retail space MANY, Smart Casual is an independent art gallery providing exhibition space for emerging and established artists.

The gallery is uniquely surrounded by boutique shopping stalls offering products from WA artisans and specialists, including vintage clothing, hairdressing, books, zines, gifts, as well as a cafe.

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