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Media Release - Anthony Lister: The Flower Show

*Please note the exhibition opening, previously advised as Friday 23 March, is now Thursday 22 March

Exhibition title/s:

Anthony Lister: The Flower Show

Exhibition duration: 
Where:

22 March – 5 May 2018

Reflected Neon in the Motel Swimming Pool 5 Media Release: February 2018 Exhibition Program

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Nature’s Way: Rosella Namok

Violet Indigo Moss Series II: Sharonne Solk

Guardians of the Secret 1999-2017: Lyell Bary

Exhibition duration: 
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Friday 16th February to Saturday 17th March 2018

FireWorks Celebrates 25 Years

Throughout 2018 Fireworks Gallery is celebrating 25 years since first opening its doors in 1993 in George Street, Brisbane.  To view exhibition archives click here.

Jennifer Herd Artist Statement

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Metafisica Australe 2017

Central to this work Metafisica Australe and pivotal to the ongoing collaborative conversations between Tillers and Jagamara is the 1984 work Five Stories by Michael Nelson Jagamara.

 

my faith don't mean a thing

Pat Hoffie’s forthcoming exhibition My Faith Don’t Mean A Thing will showcase recent works by this highly accomplished Brisbane-based artist. On display at FireWorks Gallery will be twelve modest sized paintings. These works continue the theme portrayed throughout Hoffie’s work in recent years; the viewer is questioned about their deeper notions of home, whether it be homesickness or simply the yearning for one’s homeland in contemporary Australian life. 

 

Media Release: A SWEEP Old & New Works

Exhibition title/s:

A SWEEP: Old & New Works

Exhibition duration: 
Where:

Friday  21st April to Saturday 27th May 2017

FireWorks  Gallery, 52a Doggett St, Newstead QLD

Exhibition opening

Media Release: Ian Waldron The Gulf

 

Exhibition title/s:

Ian Waldron: The Gulf

Exhibition duration: 
Where:

14 July 2017 to 19 August 2017

FireWorks Gallery, 52a Doggett St, Newstead QLD

Exhibition opening

Lily flies out Just Arrived in the gallery...

So now as we approach 2017 a classic Michael Nelson Jagamara Yam Design (Black + White) has been interpreted as a limited edition hand woven rug. The original artwork was painted in 2001 on a large 2.5m canvas that had an ochre + gravel textured background providing a particular gritty texture, thus amplifying the shatter marks of the paint splashes – a feature certainly acknowledged in the finished rug design.

fw17325 December/January News

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