IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER
October 22 - November 12th 2017
Alan Ramachandran ~ Ann Wagner ~ Carol Coventry ~ David Woolaway ~ Elizabeth Maxted ~ Lorraine Brown ~ Lyn Robins ~ Mary Woolaway ~ Nick Sherlock ~ Rei Minohara-Starke
A selection of Xtremely talented artists will be exhibiting
10% of sales from this exhibition will be donated to “Sight for All”.
Sight For All is a non-denominational, not-for-profit organisation that raises funds to deliver eye health care projects free of charge to partner countries and communities. Fifteen years ago three South Australian ophthalmologists, Doctors James Muecke, Henry Newland and Bob Casson, whilst volunteering on sight–saving projects in Asia, saw a gap in the provision of eye health services in our neighbouring developing countries. This gap spawned the seed of an idea that the doctors could offer something unique to improve the sight of tens of thousands of people.
Dr James Muecke was awarded The National EY Social Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2015 Ceremony held in Sydney. He was recognised for the wide-reaching social impact the ophthalmologist, husband, father and humanitarian has made through Sight For All and its work in preventing and treating eye disease overseas.
The Gallery will be open all days 10 am - 4.30 pm except Tuesdays
ARTWORX Gallery and Gifts is pleased to announce our next Exhibition ' The Xhibition with an XFactor' that will run from the 30th April to the 20th May 2017.
- Janet Ayliffe
- Antje Collis
- Vic Collins
- Kevin Fidderman
- Brook Miles
- Eliza Piro
- Eamonn Vereker
- David Woolaway
- Mary Woolaway
- The late Terry Lewitska
ARTWORX is proud to present the Xtreme talent of these gifted artists. We look forward to seeing everyone during the Exhibition.
A range of Kevin's beautiful works will be exhibited.
A range exquisite pieces from Eamonn's Outback, Flinders and Reef Ranges will be on exhibit both during and after the Exhibition.
ARTWORX Gallery is pleased to present our November Exhibition 'TALENTED HANDS'
Featuring the works of extremely talented hands, the Exhibition was opened on Sunday November 6th at 3pm. We were delighted to have special guest Jane Reilly OAM open the Exhibition which will now run until November 27th.
Sadly, one of our Exhibitors, Jim Kinch, passed away recently. As a tribute to Jim, his beautiful work is included in the Exhibition and his daughter Caroline McCoy delivered a moving tribute to her father at the Exhibition Opening.
Cheryl Anne Brown