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elebration of the Four Seasons through Art
An Exhibition that brings together the joy of spring, deep thought of winter, happiness of summer and the rejuvenation of spring.
The 14th to the 30th of October Interactive Arts will be hosting a group show exhibiting artist works on each of the four seasons for Seasons Art Exhibition.
This combination of art and nature will be held at The Moores Building, 46 Henry Street Fremantle. This beautiful heritage listed building adds to this inspiring combination.
The idea behind Seasons Art Exhibition is that each artist enters work with the theme of each of the four seasons. It represents the progression of change and development, contrasting light and darkness whilst celebrating the transformation of nature.
One of the artists exhibiting art works at Seasons Art Exhibition; Carollyn Rhodes-Thompson has used her home town of Lake Grace to inspire her four artworks.
Comparing her summer piece as “A warm summer sunset flooding Lake Grace with golden amber light,” with her winter piece that focuses on the “fences that divide the vastness of Lake Grace seemingly going no-where as they mark the land as the cold southerly breeze cools the land.”
A night of fine wine and food will open this exhibition on Friday 14th October and a Meet the Artist day will be held on Sunday 16th October for people interesting in learning more about each work. Tickets are available by contacting Fleur Allen through the Interactive Arts website.
Seasons is in its first year of exhibiting and hopes are high that such an contrasting and interesting exhibition will be able to bring extensive hype and a sell out show.
Interactive Arts Online Art Gallery is an innovative, first of its kind online art gallery making art more accessible.
For more information about Seasons and Interactive Arts visit the Interactive Arts website www.interactivearts.com.au or add Interactive Arts on Facebook.
Jasmin Chiellini Mobile 9380 6539 (Fleur Allen)
Email [email protected] Web www.interactivearts.com.au