JULY 3 – 27
FEATURED ARTIST – HENRYK TOPOLNICKI with PETER BEEH. JANE CANFIELD. NATASHA DANILOFF. WENDY HAWKES. BILL HOPE. BOYDE McMILLAN. ANJUM OLMO and LITHGOW HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
A group exhibition redefining of Past, Present and Future in a multimedia exhibition where video, audio and visual arts converge in conversational topics.
Special events and guest speakers each Saturday between 2pm and 4pm
- 4th – Opening Event
- 11th – TBA
- 18th – TBA
- 25th – TBA
Please note that due to the current COVID-19 crisis, NSW Government restrictions will apply
HENRYK TOPOLNICKI – Sculptor
I am a practising artist who develops works completely independently and in response to private, public, gallery and competition commissions.
After completing a sculpture course at East Sydney Technical College I started a designer-maker’s business.
From 2000 this business became a primarily art focused enterprise. Dozens of successful public art commissions followed. At the same time I was pursuing other avenues such as interior design, landscape art and commercial space fit-outs.
My latest venture is the opening of Gallery H at Dargan.
I have the comfort of fully equipped studio workshops, both for metal and wood working. This gives me total control of the whole artistic process and ensures that the original intention does not “get lost in translation”.
BILL HOPE – Illustrator
Bill Hope is an Illustrator and Artist Living in the Blue Mountains. Having established himself in the illustration industry in Sydney Bill recently moved to the mountains where he has expanded his practice into the fine arts. His commercial work is represented by the Jacky Winter Group of Melbourne and he shows with the Lost Bear Gallery in Katoomba. His work is often intricate and precise with a focus on character and storytelling.
BOYDE McMILLAN – Painter
Boyd works in a variety… of media with a foundation of walking and drawing in natural areas such as the western Blue Mountains. His practise is based upon site drawing and the direct experience of landscape. The work starts from the immediacy of drawing and develops in the application of media and techniques available in the studio to convey the experience of change in landscape and explore resonance through metaphor.
Boyd received formal training majoring in painting in the mid 1970’s, and has continued a dual practice as an artist and landscape architect exhibiting in Galleries and Art Fairs in Australia and Japan. He has been a finalist in the Gosford Art Prize and the Bermagui Sculpture Prize and his work is held in private collections across Australia, in the United States and the UK.
JULY 3-27 – TIMESCAPES – FEATURED SCULPTOR – HENRYK TOPOLNICKI with PETER BEEH, JANE CANFIELD, NATASHA DANILOFF, WENDY HAWKES, BILL HOPE, BOYDE McMILLAN, ANJUM OLMO and STUDENTS FROM LITHGOW HIGH SCHOOL
AUGUST 7-31 – BEAUTY OF THE BEAST – GAVIN BARBY, WILL HAZZARD, ELLEN JEWETT, COLETTE JONQUIERES, JEANETTE STARR, BARRY SMITH and CHRIS STEVENSON
SEPTEMBER Dates TBA – THE LAND WE SHARE – In response to the recent global events
OCTOBER Dates TBA – WITHOUT BOUNDARIES – All Male Exhibition
KAYLENE BROOKS – RAW – Dates TBA
LISA RHODES – Dates TBA
ELAINE BUTLER – Dates TBA
HILLARY SIMMS – Dates TBA
LITHGOW HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – Dates TBA
ANJUM OLMO – Dates TBA
WENDY HAWKES – Dates TBA