The Station Gallery Exhibition for August

 Abstract Moments


An exhibition of work by two Baw Baw Artists is opening at the Station Gallery, Yarragon from 2 - 27 August 2017. The opening will be held on Saturday 5th August at 2pm with artists talks at 3pm.
 
Russell Lilford and Sue Acheson have collaborated for the past two years on large projects with the #twomanywords teams, but have never exhibited their personal work together - until now. 
 
The energy in their work has an unusual synergy, complementing yet contrasting at the same time, and in the contained space of a gallery gives a burst of energy that excites and inspires.
 
With a mix of 3D and 2D artworks, the exhibition will showcase the diversity of their skills, and the artists will be holding a floor talk at 3pm on opening day to explain more about their individual practices.
 
 
For more information on the artists go to https://www.facebook.com/russell.lilford and www.sueacheson.com.au
 
The exhibition will run from 2- 27 August 2017. The Gallery is open from Wednesday to Sunday 1030 to 1600.
 
The Station Gallery, Yarragon Rail Station, VIC 3823
 
Sue Acheson’s work will also be shown at Manningham Gallery, Melbourne as part of the Australian Ceramics Award from 16 August to 23 September. Sue’s studio will be open on 19 & 20 August as part of the Australian Ceramics Association Open Studios Event. 

 


  

*Artist At Work*

Artists demonstrating at the Station Gallery Yarragon,

the last Sunday of the month 

1pm - 3pm 

 This month , come to see Lyn Bickhoff demonstrate Wax rechniques.

Welcome to the Baw Baw Arts Alliance representing the artists and art lovers of West Gippsland.
The Baw Baw Arts Alliance (BBAA) comprises a network of friendly, like-minded people interested in the arts and is about companionship and the sharing and dissemination of ideas, skills and knowledge.
Members vary, from those who just appreciate the arts, to those interested in exploring/refining their skills in different art mediums, to those serious artists who run creative workshops and sell and/or exhibit their work at the Arts Hub.
Volunteers work tion space, a performance space and a shop.  It is also a friendly place to just sit and have a chat over a coffee.
BBAA provides a focus for the arts in the Baw Baw shire and also facilitates the exciting Warragul Arts Market, which provides further opportunities for local artists and performers to show case their skills to the community.
If you have an interest in the arts we would love you to join us.

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