Monday, 25 January 2010

Brisbane Art: "Identity & Emotion" at Circle Gallery, Jan 29 - Feb 3

Circle Gallery is hosting an exhibition called "Identity & Emotion", opening this Friday, January 29th at 6pm. Circle Gallery is upstairs at 274 Montague Rd, West End - click here for a Google Map.

Why are you wearing that stupid man suit? by Genevieve Robey

The exhibition features the work of local artists Genevieve Robey, Sally Ryhanen, Elzunia Rejmer, Jeremy Saxon Oxley, Isabelle Falconer, Graeme Gough, Mia Manson and Richard Taourei.

Here are examples of work from some of the artists:

Sally Ryhanen:

finding my identity - this one will do for today

driven by success - click here to see this artwork on RedBubble

You can browse Sally Ryhanen's art at her RedBubble page and buy copies of it from there.

Mia Manson:


No Rose Tint:

Elzunia Rejmer's scuplture Lix Tetrax's Fury:

(See more work at the bottom of the article)

The exhibition opening is at 6pm on Friday January 29th, where there will be drinks and nibbles and violinist Christine Dunaway will be playing. If you're on Facebook, there's a FB event here, and you can join the Friends of Circle Gallery group here. You can also sign up for the Circle Gallery mailing list here. Circle Gallery hires out their space to artists to hold their own exhibitions and doesn't charge commission - for more info on hiring Circle Gallery click here.

The exhibition will then be open daily up and until Wednesday February 3rd. The best way to get to Circle Gallery by public transport is to catch the 199 bus from the Cultural Centre bus station to the bus stop near the corner of Vulture St and Hardgrave Rd in West End, and walk a couple of hundred metres to the gallery - click here for the Google Map and click here to find out bus timetables using Translink's public transport journey planner.

Works by Genevieve Robey:

She didn't know if that was her heart breaking or her bra's underwire sticking in

Shattered by Pain

Hiding in the Shadows

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