Known for her realist still life oil paintings, WA-based artist Samantha Dennison’s work reflects her search for space and stillness in the details of the everyday.Find out more »
Join us to celebrate the opening of two new exhibitions.Find out more »
Join us for the opening of a Samantha Dennison's first solo exhibition at NERAM Close to Home and hear the artist in conversation with gallerist Allison Bellinger (A K Bellinger Gallery) to learn more about her work and creative process.Find out more »
Treat yourself and come along to one of these popular glass on glass mosaic workshops. Enjoy a break from the routine, relax, have fun and learn a new
You will learn all about the “glass on glass” technique to create your very own mosaic masterpiece, all levels catered for, no mosaic/glass working experience necessary.Find out more »
Seven Asian Contemporary Brushwork Artists and Their Artwork: A Talk by Patricia (Trish) PetersenFind out more »
Dianne Fogwell is a national award-winning artist and one of the most respected printmakers and artists book practitioners in Australia. For the 2022 FT Wimble Lecture on Print and Printmaking, Fogwell will discuss her creative practice and experience in printmaking.Find out more »
A 2-day masterclass and workshop to embrace the versatility and expressiveness of the relief process with national award-winning artist and one of the most respected printmakers and artists book practitioners in Australia, Dianne Fogwell.Find out more »
In this small group workshop the attendees will explore wet felting.
Initially everyone will create a piece of felt that can be used to make a wall hanging, cushion cover, journal cover, coasters, needle-case, small bag or other similar items. This step will teach the principles of wet felting ie how to lay out the wool tops, decorate your piece, then felt and full it.Find out more »
In this small group workshop the attendees will learn how to design, cut and print patterns or designs into a lino block and make beautiful artworks.
If all you know about lino is the stuff on the floor then this class will be a real eye opener, and great fun.
Everything is provided on the day so there's no need to buy materials or equipment. You will take home your lino and can use it to carry on printing at home.
We'll cover different carving techniques, talk about paper registration and editioning and should have time to experiment with layering and colours.
By the end of the workshop you will have printed your lino on a range of papers for framing, to make greetings cards, give as presents or swap with others in the class.
This class is perfect for beginners, or maybe those who have done a little bit of relief printing (technical term!).Find out more »