‘Women of Substance’ showcases three emerging artists in what is set to be a stellar exhibition, the first for 2016 at Red Hill Gallery.
Now in its 30th year, Red Hill Gallery, one of Brisbane’s best established commercial art galleries, continues its tradition of celebrating Australian female artists in this collaborative exhibition. Featuring the works of Brisbane artist Beci Culley, Danielle McManus and Suzy Galloway, ‘Women of Substance’ epitomizes the fantastic diversity in Australia’s contemporary art scene.
Says Curator and Director Margaret Campbell-Ryder, “At Red Hill Gallery we believe that diversity brings beauty, originality and food for thought. This exhibition will kick start our 30th Year with vibrancy, charm and individuality.”
About the Artists:
Beci Culley’s body of work is infused with expressions of romance and powerful displays of patterned layers that reflect a love of nature and fashion. Her journey has dipped into a broad range of the arts including Graphic Design, Musical Theatre, Make-up Artistry and Photography.
Danielle McManus continues to charm with her wide-eyed whimsical characters in her latest collection. The narrative style of her paintings are enriched with the inclusion of a little white rabbit, a paper plane or dandelions. She moves across various mediums working her gentle characters on ceramics, paper and canvas creating timeless memories with a touch of innocence.
Suzy Galloway works with bold colours and has a quirky, cartoony style to her work. With a love of Australia, from the beaches to the outback, the people and all the flora and fauna this country provides. Suzy has incorporated this love into her paintings to make people smile, and giggle when they see her work.
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