10 imagesThis exhibition features photographer Wendy Leung, and watercolourist Girija Kulkarni; two artists working in different mediums seeking to accomplish the same end. 'Awesome world' is all about nature. Both artists capture the complexity of nature; exploring natural elements, shapes, hues, and tints. Girija's style of negative painting creates an appearance of depth in unique artworks focused on flora and fauna. Wendy's painterly floral photographs involve experimentation with different elements; photographic techniques and post-processing. Celebrate the awesomeness found in the natural world. Opening Celebration: Wednesday 11 March 2020 6pm - 8pm The Alley 212 Enmore Road, Enmore. ArtSHINE and our venue partner The Alley | đường hẻm will provide food and wine at the opening celebration. Come enjoy the art, and meet the artists in a relaxed and informal environment, then stay to enjoy the authentic Vietnamese food from Sydney's iconic Pho Phd dynasty. Exhibition runs 1-28 March 2020 at The Alley | đường hẻm 212 Enmore Road, Enmore NSW 2042 https://www.artshinegallery.com/artworks/wendy-leung-dalia/ Featured Artwork: Nature’s balance March is the time of the equinox: when the sun crosses the plane of the equator, making night and day an equal length all over the world. In the Southern Hemisphere, it's autumn, the weather starting to get cold; time to harvest. In the Northern Hemisphere, it’s spring, the weather is starting to get hot; time to plant. It brings perfect balance on Earth, day and night, hot and cold, planting and harvesting. ** Exhibition Special ** Download a high resolution of Dahlia for your phone/ desktop when you support and become a VIP Pateron https://www.patreon.com/wendyleung ************************
3 images‘Harmony’ is a group exhibition featuring ArtSHINE artists with Chinese Australian backgrounds. The exhibition celebrates what it means to be a contemporary artist in multicultural Australia. The artworks in this show are inspired by Eastern cultures, philosophies, and aesthetics. Among the styles presented in this exhibition are chinoiserie, fashion design and fabrics, oil painting, watercolor, block printing, and photography. Opening Celebration: Thursday 23 January 2020 6pm till 8pm Where: 161 Harris St Pyrmont NSW 2009 Otherwise the dates of the exhibition are: Thursday 23 January to Sunday 9 February 2020 Artists: Anthony Van Lam Chris Chun Gabby Malpas Jim Chen Kenneth W H Lee Valerie Khoo Wendy Leung Will & Caro Two Artworks: https://www.artshinegallery.com/artworks/wendy-leung-tun-yun-reunion-framed/ 1. Tun Yun (Reunion) Chinese New Year to me means family reunion (tūn yûn). Chinese sweet dumpling (toñg yuen) sounds like tūn yûn, although we don’t usually eat toñg yuen in Chinese New Year, but it represents family members reuniting and spending time together during this happy time of the year. During Chinese New Year, all family members get together, although nowadays many have relatives living all over the world, but we try our best to find a chance to get together and we value this even more. Family is like a tree, a backbone to support us. In the Pacific Model of Mental Health, Fonofale, Family is one factor that contribute to one’s mental health. I think whether it’s biological, or familylike, it’s ones valuable asset to celebrate. Chinese New Year is a time to celebrate each other. 2. Yit Naau (Bustling) New Year flower market, lantern festival, family & friends visiting each other, giving & receiving red pockets - Chinese New Year always represents a feeling of joy, happiness and bustling to me.
4 imagesJoin Vinh Van Lam, Stuart Horrex and. Alex Hammond SCG founder as we celebrate the launch of a solo exhibition by the Sydney Comics Guild FOOD Exhibition: 1 - 30 November, 2018 WHEN: OPENING RECEPTION Saturday 3rd November 2018, 3pm till 5pm WHERE: Yuga Café & Gallery 172 St Johns Road, Glebe About The Exhibition Food is an integral part of everyday life yet most of us don’t give it a second thought. We eat to celebrate and to comfort ourselves. To share a home cooked meal is a honour and a sure sign of love. Some of us eat for nutrition, some of us live to eat. New seasons are marked by fruits and the year is punctuated by different flavours. Food defines our cultures and eating together shape our friendships. We snack, we chow down, we dine and we share. So whatever your relationship to cuisine is I hope you enjoy this exploration of our food. Featuring Artists: Delusional Etu Bokshi Hilary Sandeman Marie Widolf Mike Green Rebekah Mazzocato Rosie Di Wu Wendy Leung About Yuga Café & Gallery At Yuga Café & Gallery enjoy the atmosphere of exquisite flowers and beautiful artworks while you dine on the seasonal delicacies offered by the Yuga Café. With Italian influenced café meals, superb Italian coffee & teas, Yuga also offers event catering and much more. Artworks: 1. Ramune A Japanese soft drink that is both a toy and a drink to a child. The interesting thing is you have to pop the marble down to open the bottle. The sizzling bubbles were a fascination to any child, and the sound it makes with the marble in a glass jar is surely a joy. 2. Dennis Freckles, blonde hair, American lifestyle, skateboard, his creativity, tricks against bullies, I don’t know what it is that I was so attracted to Dennis the menace. Can you guess what this comfort food I have in mind? Dimensions: Print: 30 cm x 30 cm Framed: 40 cm x 40 cm Medium: Printed on Art paper framed