Alien Landscapes 2 and Moments in Colour
Arts Access Victoria (AAV) invites you to the opening of Alien Landscapes 2 by Matthew Jelleff and Moments in Colour by Bree Wilson. This will be a great opportunity to meet the artists and purchase some of their work.
When: Thursday 4 April 2019, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Where: Skin Gallery, 1/80 Drummond St, Carlton
Access: Wheelchair, Please contact Phil Noack for any access requirement.
Matthew Jelleff: Alien Landscapes 2. This series of 12 drawings is a visual representation of strange and other-worldly realms where the laws of physics are not clearly defined, and gateways exist which link one world to another. Alien Landscapes 2 is a voyage into the vast expanse of inter-dimensional plains and valleys. These drawings are a celebration of the mysterious nature of the universe and the metaphysical curiosity which drives my mind and hand.
Bree Wilson: Moments in Colour. This exhibition started out with me processing emotional shifts and releasing that through artwork and transformed into an opportunity to learn more about my creative process and the spiritual connection that it creates. I have explored different techniques and mediums and tapped further into that space where it feels like the art starts to create itself. I love to use colour, expressive movement and surrealism to convey emotion and intuitive experience.
Alien Landscapes 2 and Moments in Colour will be open at Skin Gallery from Thursday 4 April to Wednesday 5 June, Monday to Friday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm.
Skin Gallery is an initiative between Arts Access Victoria and the Skin and Cancer Foundation Inc. Skin Gallery offers local artists with disability, mental illness or who are Deaf with the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work, as well as providing a creative outlook for Foundation patients and staff.
For more information about Skin Gallery, please contact AAV Creative Producer Phil Noack at [email protected] or on 03 8640 6027.
For any media enquiries, please contact AAV Communications and Marketing Coordinator Pilar Ruperti at [email protected] or on 03 8640 6007