Song of the Three Young MenThe Gallery
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve become more of a fan of Advent rather than Christmas.
Welcome to our new Curator, David Kerr!The Gallery
We would like to extend a very warm welcome to David Kerr, our new Curator of ‘The Gallery’!
“Often, stitching is a private and intimate practice which helps to address the reality of life or the monotony of a separate, distance existence. In some cases, stitch is used to confront the chaos of the outside world…”
A Glass DarklyThe Gallery
For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known. (1 Corinthians 13:12).
Another Day In ParadiseThe Gallery
Sue Yule has been building her artistic career with Art From The Margins (AFTM) since 2017 and in 2018 was recognised with an Emerging Artist Award as part of the AFTM Outsider Art Awards.
Moon over Mudgee – Always Was, Always Will Be – WiradjuriThe Gallery
‘Here the people spread out across and remain embedded in the soil. It always was and always will be Wiradjiru because country holds us and we hold it’
Deceived by her eyesThe Gallery
Deceived by her eyes by Thilini Niruja Nuske is the winner of the WMQ Award at the 2020 Art from the Margins Queensland Outsider Art Awards.
No-Bodies: on the imageless image of God.The Gallery
Despite the so-called secular turn, religion continues to be a powerful and symbolic institution in the construction of sociality within communities.
Blue Spring Skies: Yoko Ono’s Five Dots (2014) and other prompts for seeing beyond the imageThe Gallery
When my eyes can’t see past the given image, blue, spring skies really do bring relief, but, more than that, they remind me that new possibilities and ways of seeing exist.